Coming this Fall to your nearest classroom.
A Best Buy employee has provided Kotaku with an image from an employee newsletter that reveals details on the upcoming sequel.
UPDATE 2 - Ubisoft has confirmed the Revolutionary War setting by revealing the game's official box art (click through to see it!)
New content entitled "The Missing Link" will be released next week.
Released earlier this year in August, Deus Ex: Human Revolution was released to critical acclaim and now the title will be releasing more content. Eidos Montreal announced that downloadable content will be available on October 18 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
Traversing the uncanny valley
It was in the late 1970s that Masahiro Mori first observed what was later termed the uncanny valley. Through his work in robotics he noted that the human emotional response to his machinations would become more positive as they became more human in appearance and mannerism. This general upward trend in positive emotional response would continue until the robot achieved a level of near human realism, at which point the human reaction would drop off to the point of revulsion. The human reaction would remain in this uncanny valley and would only rise again once there was no discernable difference between the robot and a living, breathing human being.
New songs for the next DDR game, simply called DanceDanceRevolution, have been announced by Konami including tracks by Ke$ha, Paramore, Sean Paul, Train and Lady Gaga.
Konami is set to bring the heat to the dance floor later this week with the release of a new DDR title. Called DanceDanceRevolution, the game will feature a total of 50 tracks across various genres of music. Konami states that there will be about 20 licensed songs from popular artists including Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance", Train's "Soul Sister", Jordan Spark's "Battlfield", and "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge. The rest are expected to be composed of Konami Originals.