Update: The next episode of RDGH will be released Monday, September 8, 2014, and not September 1. The typo has been corrected below.
Gamers rejoice; RDGH 31 has arrived! This week, the most racially diverse gaming crew on the Internet comprises host Glenn Gordon, Ben Shillabeer-Hall, Garri Bagdasarov, and our favorite injured shapeshifter, Fraser Miller, and as always, they have some interesting things to talk about!
A fellow gamer from N4G had an interesting comment about the whole Tomb Raider thing. Does the infamous "Internet Gaming Community" hurt or help games? Also, Destiny, one of the most anticipated games of 2014 so far, has finally gone gold! September 9 can't come soon enough!
Not only that, but there's some news in Marvel's universe that makes even the RDGH crew look away from gaming for a moment.
Our intro music this week is called "Hack That," a parody of "Smack That" by Akon. It was made by ItsAllMinecraft on YouTube (that's right, it's not actually about computer hacking). We love the song and we think you will too, so prove us right by buying it on iTunes and checking out the rest of his great Minecraft-related music on his YouTube channel!
If you know of any other musicians with music worth promoting, tweet us @TheRDGH! Brownie points if it's gaming-related!
All of this and more makes the latest episode of RDGH. Be sure to follow that Twitter of ours, and tweet us if you have something to say or something you'd like us to discuss. Leave us a review somewhere and tweet us a link to it. We'll read your tweets and reviews on the air!
Stay tuned next Monday (September 8, 2014) for episode 32, and whatever you do, don't be a racist.
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.