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DTOID News Flash: Diablo III, CES, and delays galore!


4:45 PM on 01.10.2012



It's time for yet another quick news flash, courtesy of The Destructoid Show! Now that we've officially joined the Revision3 team, you can expect to see a lot more videos like this popping up on the homepage.

On today's DTOID news flash, I remind viewers that the tip about Diablo III coming to consoles was actually broken by us three months ago, while Max highlights some recent delays in games and announces some new demos available on Xbox Live right now. CES is also happening this week, which is normally pretty tame for videogame news, but the announcement of Kinect for Windows on February 1st was more than enough to tickle my fancy. Sony had their fair share of announcements as well, promising a Netflix app for PS Vita customers by launch time.






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