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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Sports Over 9000 lines of Dialogue

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Sports Over 9000 lines of Dialogue

Game News - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Wed 23 June 2010, 19:21:24

Tags: Deus Ex: Human Revolution; Eidos Montreal

Actually it sports over 200,000 lines but there is a maxlength limit for the title textbox. In comparison Mass Effect 2 featured merely 31,000 lines of dialogue. Read more over at Videogamer.

"The voice recording, with all the characters we have in the game, is just amazing," producer David Anfossi told VideoGamer.com at E3. "We have more than... I think it's more than 200,000 lines."

The first two Deus Ex games, developed by Ion Storm and published by Eidos at the turn of the Millenium, were known for their intelligent, carefully-crafted dialogue - as well as for their varied gameplay. According to lead designer Jean-François Dugas, the team at Montreal are now striving to live up to this legacy.

Spotted at: Gamebanshee

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