Blizzard has released a thirty-second TV commercial for the Diablo 3 console. It's laden with sexual innuendo and cosplay, so what are you waiting for? <center><iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/dua6t30Uwpc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></center> I don't pay much attention to console game marketing (or watch much TV) so I have no idea how common this is... but can anyone speak on the marketing approach here, as compared to other games? For Diablo 3 console commercials I'd have expected more visuals and a big-voiced narrator saying something like, "The fastest selling computer game of all time! The game of the year! The biggest sequel ever from legendary developers Blizzard Entertainment... is now on the console! Play with up to four friends on the same machine, enjoy countless new console-exclusive features, blah blah blah..." Of course you can debate the veracity of those claims, but that's true of every commercial. My point is that I'd have expected more dignity and majesty and presentation -- playing Diablo 3's success and long history, the pedigree of Blizzard as a computer game designer that doesn't usually stoop to producing console titles, etc. This Diablo 3 ad and the <a href="http://diablo.incgamers.com/blog/comments/playstation-3-evilreborn-images-and-video">other viral ones</a> we <a href="http://diablo.incgamers.com/blog/comments/good-morning-sanctuary-3">saw previously</a> could be a commercial for any low budget indy game you've never heard of, and they don't seem to make any effort to leverage the power and fame and renown of the developer of the game series in question.