Posted on May 2, 2012 AT 07:17am
THE BUZZ: It appears that the original Deus Ex may be making its way to the PlayStation Store as a PlayStation 2 classic.
A rating appeared for the title on European classification body PEGI’s website, it has since been taken down. PEGI has a history of leaking digital releases before they are actually announced.
The listing carries a 16+ rating, whereas the latest Human Revolution had an 18+ rating just to show they are not the same.
Siliconera managed to capture a snap of the rating before it was taken down, it can be found below.
EGM’s TAKE: The game will be based on the PlayStation 2 version of the original, that was known as Deus Ex: The Conspiracy. With the popularity of the franchise on the up, thanks to Human Revolution, now would be the perfect time to offer a re-release of the original. Don’t expect any HD upgrade for this one though, it will probably just be a straight port with no trophies, like other PS2 classics.
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