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Friday Frivolity: Modded Loveliness For Deus Ex

For those without watches, calenders, or an innate sense of linear time, it's still technically Friday night. You could go to the bar, gallivant your way to a upscale club, or if your feeling particularly festive, throw your own nsfw German Sparkle Party (my third eye thanks you, VorpalBunny) in the living room of some unsuspecting suburban home, thus causing a mighty ruckus, and confusion as to whether or not the responding officers are "part of the scene."

Failing this, you might, just might, be up for a brief stroll down memory lane, with the FPS wonder that is the original Deus Ex. However, this isn't your grandma's Deus Ex; no, this is the eight kind of random that is the "Malkavian" mod. Presumably taken from the oddball (it's nicer than "bats**t insane") clan from Vampire: The Masquerade, members of whom were known for their, shall we say, "unconventional" dialogue choices. Overall, it's just - well, I'll let the video speak for itself.

Find more modded goodness, as well as links, after the jump!


Also worth mentioning is Deus Ex: Unreal Revolution. Lighthearted in tone, the mod includes a number of features from Human Revolution, such as "lethal takedowns" and giving everything you see a yellow tint (among other goodies), as well as recreating the initial mission from Human Revolution. So for those interested, check out Unreal Revolution and the Malkavian mods!

And girls who like girls who like rumble packs!

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