[ATTACH=RIGHT]16699[/ATTACH]EA's presentation at Gamescom 2010 today was full of new footage for sequels to some of their most popular titles. Bioware had some big reveals for their fans. For starters, here is the first official trailer for Dragon Age 2, for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. [youtube]_lqS1jNJBiE[/youtube] Next, they released a clip from Star Wars: The Old Republic, featuring the space combat feature, where players can recreate some of the classic moments from the movies. [youtube]vhdn9ey_Qg8[/youtube] Bioware also announced that Mas Effect 2 will finally be released for the PlayStation 3, in January 2011.

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16693[/ATTACH]Kotaku reported a convincing rumor this morning that the new president over at LucasArts, Paul Meegan, has cancelled [I]The Force Unleashed 3[/I] for all platforms. This is an extremely bold move considering his limited, two-month employment at LucasArts. The game was already in production, and it’s likely that the favorable [I]Force Unleashed 2[/I] team leader, former creative-director Haden Blackman, exited late July because he had a sense of what LucasArts was to become under the new leader. To add further insult to all things [I]Unleashed[/I], Kotaku’s source also claims that once [I]The Force Unleashed 2[/I] ships in October, Meegan will …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16657[/ATTACH]During this years Star Wars Celebration (V), the official convention organized by Lucasfilm, good ole' George Lucas announced that all six episodes of the Star Wars saga will be available on Blu-ray in 2011. According to IGN, a press release for the announcement mentioned that the set will feature documentaries, vintage behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, retrospectives, and never before seen footage from the Lucasfilm archives. During the announcement, Lucas touched on the special features he has planned for the Blu-ray releases. "I wish I could say it's coming out this year, but it's coming out next year. There'll be different kinds …

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In an interview with Australian publication [URL="http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;1891124482;pp;1;fp;16;fpid;1"]Computerworld[/URL] and ahead of his appearance as a keynote speaker at the Australian Linux Conference 2008, renowned security expert Bruce Schneier has compared Linux to Star Wars and suggests fanboys feel the force a bit more. Schneier will give a presentation entitled "Reconceptualising Security" which will focus on the need for Linux technologists to remember the human aspect of security issues, and asks what Linux has done for security as a whole as far as the IT world is concerned. Schneier argues that while most people have a natural tendency to focus on the …

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