Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 26 - Harvey Eagle and the Xbox One Momentum Shift

  • Posted July 16th, 2014 at 23:52 EDT by PSU Staff

It's a great week in gaming, and the most racially diverse gaming crew on the Internet today has come full force with a great episode of RDGH! Join host Glenn Gordon, Mike Harradence, Ben Shillabeer-Hall, and very fun special guest Don Oliveira as they discuss the latest news in gaming.

For example, is Sony really in the terrible financial position we thought it was? Will upcoming racer Driveclub succeed or fail? Also, is the Wii U is the momentum in consoles shifting toward the Xbox One? A Microsoft executive with a very suspicious name seems to think so. All of this and more comprises episode 26 of RDGH.

If you have something to say, or something you'd like us to discuss, leave us a tweet @TheRDGH and we will discuss your tweet aloud on the air. Leave us a review anywhere, tweet us a link, and we'll give you a shoutout!

The intro song this week hails from one of Glenn's favorite racing games growing up, Ubisoft's Speed Busters: American Highways, released in 1998. The song comes from Speed Busters' Canada track. The ending song, of course, is Hybrid Sound System's Be Here Now, from Driveclub's Soundtrack. Driveclub releases in North America October 7, 2014.

The Racial Diversity Gaming Hour is a podcast that discusses topics from any and all kinds of gaming. We're all gamers, regardless of console choice, so leave the fanboy rage at the door and enjoy 90 minutes of gaming harmony. Don't be a racist.

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