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EGTV: Video round-up

Oi! Stop watching the footie!

Bestriding the Eurogamer TV viewing theatre like a virtual colossus, the movie of the moment is Blizzard's new trailer for World of Warcraft expansion Burning Crusade. If you find yourself in a queue for your chosen video this afternoon, please bear with us, as we're receiving unprecedented demand for the formal unveiling of flying mounts. Truly, the geeks shall inherit the Earth.

Console owners shouldn't feel left out, however. Microsoft has released a Making Of documentary on promising 360 racing sequel Forza 2, while next-gen Xbox fans of a more robotic persuasion are advised to check out Sega's highly impressive Chromehounds in a new video.

THQ's next-gen GTA-wannabe, Saint's Row, appears in a double-billing of trailer and developer diary. The US publisher also serves up a brace of Company of Heroes clips, highlighting the RTS title's Axis Infantry and Infantry Weapons.

The incredibly-delayed-but-really-still-coming-so-please-don't-hate-us FPS S.T.A.L.K.E.R continues to tease with the release of footage first shown at this year's GDC. Meanwhile, with Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest set to plunder the box office, the customary video game tie-in is heading to both DS and PSP, with new trailers for each.

And if you've read today's review of Micro Machines V4 and want to see the game in action, you can do just that with a new trailer showing off the weapons in the PC, PS2 and PSP racer.

Last but by no means least, if you're heading out for a night on the tiles with a vague plan to hit a club if you haven't already drunk yourself into the gutter by that point, take some dancing tips from Codemasters' lifestyle army in a step-by-step demo of forthcoming party contender Dance Factory.

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