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BioWare blows brains with intro cinematics for Star Wars MMO

Old Republic gets CG makeover

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BioWare has bowled over E3 with a taste of its highly-anticipated MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Fans have been patiently waiting for this particular Star Wars title to appear since it was first announced in 2008 amid bold claims it would attract more players than World of Warcraft. Periodically, we've been reminded the game is still in production, however nothing has whet the palate quite like this.

And as the mouth-watering CG trailer for the Old Republic demonstrates, it's getting harder to differentiate between real video and computer graphics.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think. Make sure you fullscreen this bad boy and get that chin-strap fastened - it's quite a jaw-dropper. ®

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