Deus Sex: DX10 Denton’s Three-Way Adventure

Via the great Harvey Smith’s twittersome feedington, I bring news of an excellent graphical upgrade to the electric videogame for personal computer systems known as Deus Ex. It has made me want to purchase three monitors. Please stop me from doing this. Please.

This is the famous and oft-quoted introduction to DX. Mr Overactor, meet Mr Underactor:

This is it in DirectX 10, thanks to the newly-released DX10 renderer for the original Unreal engine, and the less new but still splendid New Vision texture pack:

And this is it in DX10 on three monitors, thanks to ATI’s eyefinity tri-screen thinger. You should really watch it in HD, but I’ll embed away for the lazies anyway.

Look at the width on that! I want it I want it I want it. Details on how to set it all up are right over here.

Better than kings. Mods.


  1. tome says:

    Get out of here, Stalker!

  2. Flakfizer says:

    The cleaner nanites make my teeth feel slippery.

  3. np says:

    Will this mean I can finally play The Cassandra Project with Windows 7? :/

  4. Korgan says:

    The man… himself…
    Don’t ever obey orders
    Get, get moving!
    Get, get moving!
    …Grow! … Grow!
    One illicit generating plant!
    One illicit generating plant!
    B-b-by the way, I’m the med center!
    B-b-by the way, I’m the med center!
    Armory, armory, armory!
    Armory, armory, armory!
    Get pills against my orders!
    Get moving against my orders!
    Yes… Grow…
    I’m your brother, I’m sure you understand.

  5. Grumpy Moose says:

    What a rotten way to die.

  6. Pamplemousse says:

    Has anyone not seen the fantastic recut?

  7. Tom Camfield says:

    Prod with the prod.

  8. KBKarma says:

    link to

  9. icheyne says:

    This howto describes how to set up the widescreen and the texture packs:

    link to

  10. DaveyJones says:

    Obligatory Deus Ex quote. Criticism of multi-screen gaming. Comment on how well/poorly the game has aged. Rusty metal skull gun.

  11. Shimarenda says:

    In the “New Rendered” and HD versions, the chairs are set in a straight row at the ceremony in front of the Statue of Liberty. It looks very odd. In the old version, everyone still stares straight ahead, but the chairs are turned toward the podium. I wonder why the new renderer moves the chairs.