Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 22 - Unlikeable gamers and May sales figures

  • Posted June 20th, 2014 at 15:49 EDT by PSU Staff

Welcome to the 22nd episode of the Racial Diversity Gaming Hour! Join the most racially diverse gaming cast on the Internet (this week, it's host Glenn "The Commissioner" Gordon, KGB Garri Bagdasarov, and The Original Ben Sterling) as they discuss the gaming world as we all know it, and whether or not the attitudes of some gamers are affecting the gaming community as a whole.

Also, NPD has finally announced its May sales figures, and the cast discusses the way things were just before E3 and whether or not they could change.

This week's intro and ending come from Overclocked Remix. Both are brilliant remixes of the ever-popular Dr. Wily Stage 1 theme from Mega Man. The first is an amazing metal arrangement by Sixto Sounds, and the ending is a beautiful vocal arrangement by AkumajoBelmont. To download these songs and many, many more from other talented remixers in their entirety and for free, visit OCremix.org.

Remember to follow us on Twitter (@TheRDGH) and subscribe to us on iTunes. Whatever reviews or tweets you send us, we'll read on the air! 

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!

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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