Racial Diversity Gaming Hour - Episode 9: Guests Cameron Perry, Jacob Collins talk Parappa scam; New controllers, what's next gen?

  • Posted March 19th, 2014 at 17:39 EDT by PSU Staff

We're at episode 9, and what an episode it is! For the first time, RDGH welcomes special guests! Our first ever guests are none other than Cameron Perry and Jacob Collins, the two college students involved in the ongoing incident with Parappa the Rapper voice actor Dred Foxx. Special thanks to the two of them for doing the show; it was a lot of fun chatting with you guys!

After they shed light on the issue, the most racially-diverse gaming cast on the Internet, including host Glenn "The Commissioner" Gordon, Ben "Chille" Shillabeer-Hall, and KGB Garri Bagdasarov, talk new games. Unfortunately, the Prodigal Son Ernest Lin was unable to make it because of work.


Steam redesigned its controller! Is Bethesda a reliable game developer? EA regrets the Titanfall exclusivity deal with Microsoft? Also, what exactly is next-gen?


Be sure to follow us on @RDGHpsu and subscribe on iTunes! Comment on anything with the hashtag #RDGH and we might read it on the following episode!

The Racial Diversity Gaming Hour is a PSU production that takes on topics from any and all gaming platforms to bring some loving to our multi-platform fans needing another podcast fix. We're all gamers at heart, so lets spread some gaming harmony and leave the fanboy rage at the door!

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