Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 16 - Cybercrime

  • Posted May 10th, 2014 at 12:27 EDT by PSU Staff

The most racially diverse gaming podcast on the Internet is back with its sixteenth episode and its equally diverse cast returns with it! Join host Glenn "The Commissioner" Gordon, Ben Sterling, and KGB Garri Bagdasarov as they discuss the latest issues in all kinds of gaming.

Sony is expecting a huge loss for this fiscal year, and it probably has very little to do with PlayStation. More than 1,000 independent developers have signed up to self-publish on the PS4, and Sky Go and Now TV are coming to PS4s all over the UK--but why not Xbox Ones? Mario Kart 8 is making waves for the Wii U. Also, is it important for companies to uphold their Terms of Service, or is it a losing battle?

There are not one, but TWO rants this episode. KGB Garri is mad about new terminology in Child of Light, and Ben is somewhat bothered by CCP's flip-flopping at the expense of EVE: DUST 514.

Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes so you can have both of our amazing podcasts downloaded to all your iThings automatically! Leave us a review and we'll read it on the air! Also, follow us on Twitter @RDGHpsu. What do you think about DRM, and Twitch's Terms of Service? Weigh in on Twitter with #RDGH!

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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Produced by PlayStation experts for fans and enthusiasts, PlayStation Universe is dedicated to entertaining and informing the core PlayStation audience and gamers at large with a quality mix of up-to-date news, insightful features, compelling media, and honest reviews from the world of Sony Computer Entertainment and PlayStation.
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