EGTV: Video round-up

Moving picture highlights.

If, like us, you've committed your eyeballs to a strict diet of World Cup action over the past week, there's a good chance (you know, the kind Michael Owen seems incapable of putting away) you'll have missed many of the other visual treats doing the rounds.

Highlights of the video-related variety on Eurogamer TV this week include the first in-game footage from the welcome return of Micro Machines, coming to handheld, PC and PS2 on June 30th. And speaking of handhelds, the first glimpse of PSP puzzling sequel Mercury Meltdown is also available for you viewing pleasure.

If you have more of a next-gen persuasion, a grand total of six developer diary instalments from Incognito Entertainment provide an in-depth look at first-party PlayStation 3 action title Warhawk - the first game to make use of the system's controversial motion-sensing functionality. Follow these links for parts one, two, three, four, five and, wait for it, six.

Elsewhere, a developer diary from Most Wanted Games provides insight into Joint Task Force, the forthcoming PC RTS from VU Games, and NCsoft offers up an impressive CGI teaser for the next part in its evergreen MMO, Lineage II: Chaotic Chronicle.

Finally, and back on the subject of the beautiful game, Ubisoft has put together a teaser for forthcoming Wii adventure Rayman Raving Rabbids, where we learn the shocking truth that bunnies are rubbish at footy (called 'soccer' here, so as not to confuse Americans, we assume). Just like Ubisoft's home team, then.

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