One Of My favorite Game Trailers - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
This cinematic trailer took me by surprise when it first came out. I remember playing the original Deus Ex game years ago on the PC, but I barely finished it. I almost forgot about the game until Square Enix announced it and released a trailer. This game was great because it was a prequel, a lot of people's memory of the story was pretty vague, and it was great to draw-in some new fans.
When the first trailer was shown at E3 2010, an approximate three-and-a-half minutes, it got a lot of people's attention--including mine. A few months later, Square Enix released a director's cut version of the trailer, running around five minutes long. The extended version had more footage, giving viewers some more details about the story plot and characters--the director's cut version was pretty much better than the original.
The Deus Ex: Human Revolution game trailer was presented like a movie trailer you might see in the theaters. Heck, not only it was good, but it was one the many reasons why so many people got interested. Many of us wouldn't have been surprise if it turned out to be CGI movie, I would've definitely paid money to see that on the big screens.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was launched back in March 2011, it lived up to the hype, creating a great sci-fi story along with some great character developement. Most of us loved the game, our only gripe with it was that we wish it a bit longer and had allowed us to explore more of the cities, especially Shanghai. Overall, the game was fantastic with a great story arc with an amazing soundtrack that I find myself listening to from time-to-time.
If you haven't played Deus Ex: Human Revolution yet, then I highly recommend you check out the trailer for yourself. The game is available for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, there is also a Wii U version that's available to purchase. If you're a sci-fi fanatic like myself, then you won't be disappointed with this game. We hope that Square Enix will make a sequel in the near future, so cross your fingers.