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The DTOID Show: Our Black Friday Dealmageddon!

Nov 23 // Max Scoville

Hey everybody! I've written posts for The Destructoid Show from numerous strange places, but I don't think I've written one from an airport bar. At least, not this particular airport bar. It smells like garlic fries.

Today, we ran down news stories like the new Xbox 360 dashboard update that's dropping December 6th, an upcoming PS Vita game called Unit 13 that incorporates BOTH analog sticks, and the fact that I Am Alive won't be available on PC because of pirates (I dunno about you guys, but I feel like this kinda settles the Pirates Vs. Ninja dispute; ninjas never stopped video games from being released.)

Also, the Doom 3 source code is now available to prospective coders and computer wizards, but the real bulk of today's show was our rundown of black friday deals. Obviously, we couldn't cover everything, and this is mostly US stuff, but if you stay tuned to Destructoid.com (the website you're currently on) there'll be continued coverage of where you can buy video games for cheap. You know, because, uh. Pilgrims.


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