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Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 30: Tomb Raider turns down an audience of 10 million

23 August 2014

Episode 30 is a compact hour and twelve minutes long, but that doesn't mean it's not full of interesting stuff! Join host Glenn Gordon, Garri Bagdasarov, and Ben Shillabeer-Hall as they tackle the latest gaming news.

NPD results are in, and PlayStation 4 is still leading the charge into this new generation of consoles and games. The crew addresses the figures for all major gaming machines and their software, and the common claim that X or Y console "has no games."

Both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have some important updates coming, and there's lots to look forward to on both devices. Find out what you'll be getting on your console very soon!

The news that Rise of the Tomb Raider is temporarily an Xbox exclusive has been highly controversial in the gaming industry, and Microsoft's Phil Spencer and developer Crystal Dynamics have both released interesting statements. The RDGH crew has a take on all of this, including whether or not PlayStation gamers' fury at this news is justified.

The intro music this week is a remix of a song from the original Tomb Raider game on the first PlayStation console. It's called "Adventure Is In the Air" and was remixed by EmptyMy. You can download this and many other great video game remixes in full, for free, at OCremix.org.

The ending music is called "Video Game Song (Nightcore)" and is by the talented Jaki Rose. Subscribe to her on YouTube (JakiRoseMusic) and check out the rest of her great music!

As always, subscribe to us on iTunes or wherever you find us. Send us Tweets to discuss or links to your reviews @TheRDGH and we'll be happy to discuss them on the air next week!

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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