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DCode Films releases Deus Ex: Human Revolution live-action teaser trailer

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Author: JC Marx  

DCode Films has released a live-action teaser trailer for a short film project based on Deus Ex: Human Revolution from Eidos and Square Enix.

dcodefilms releases Deus Ex: Human Revolution live-action teaser trailer

Called "I NEVER ASKED FOR THIS!", the teaser shows a lot of potential if not perfectly cut just yet. In fact, dcodefilms is currently looking for a VFX artist "that wants to lend a hand in post production"

DXHR's Adam Jensen is played Moe Charif, who also has written, directed, and will co-produce the short. For full cast and crew credits, head to http://www.dcodefilms.com/hr-credits.html.

Does the following trailer pique your interest? I think the use of a gold filter is a must, so hopefully the VFX guys will get on it.

Video Permalink: http://youtu.be/zqmgV3bHA8g

Link: dcodefilms.com

Posted on: 12/27/2012 | ? Comments
Tags: Deus Ex, Human Revolution, DXHR, Eidos, Square Enix, live-action, short, short film, movie, pelicula, dcodefilms, dcode films, Video Game News
JC Marx

Cutting his gaming teeth at Aladdin's Castle and on the Commodore 64, JC entered into video game journalism in 2008. Helping run GameDynamo as its director is both a dream and a rewarding challenge.

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