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http://www.destructoid.com/saints-row-the-third-goes-virtual-in-new-trailer-211144.phtml The latest trailer for Saints Row: The Third reveals one of the new gangs that the Saints will cross paths with, The Deckers. These are tech-loving criminals who are into hacking, fraud, and all the hands-off, mess-free stuff. Until, of course, they mess with you. (Jim Sterling)
The current Xbox 360 dashboard is kind of a clusterf*ck. Netflix, Hulu, and ESPN integration are great (as I use them pretty much daily), but a redesign is clearly needed. You can point the finger at Microsoft for its state of disarray, but really the madness can be attributed simply to the rules of Chaos Theory: the belief that everything constantly moves from order to disorder. (Wesley Ruscher.)
Eidos Montreal is partnering with Feral Interactive to put out a Mac version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. As far as relevant details go, about all that's public so far is the "winter 2011/12" release target. (Jordan Devore)
What happens when former Bulletstorm and The Witcher 2 developers club together to make a first-person shooter about insane robots? Well, if Hard Reset is anything to go by, you get something very promising indeed. (Jim Sterling)
Here we have a three-part demo of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim featuring director Todd Howard. Were you green with envy every time you heard Jim Sterling or Max Scoville gushing about the title over the past few months. This is the demo that Bethesda showed to press at E3 and then later took to QuakeCon and PAX Prime. Balance in the universe has been achieved. (Conrad Zimmerman)