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Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 18 - Is Far Cry 4 Racist?

22 May 2014

Episode 18 comes during an exciting week for gaming, and the most racially diverse gaming cast on the Internet has something to say about it! Join host Glenn "The Commissioner" Gordon, KGB Garri Bagdasarov, The Prodigal Son Ernest Lin, and our good ol' Host with the Most Dane Smith as they tackle the issues this week.

Could the PlayStation Vita be getting another price drop? Can Sony handle another price drop?

Nintendo won't be at E3, opting instead to use Nintendo Direct once again. Is this a good move for the company? With talk of new Nintendo consoles incoming, has Nintendo finally given up on the Wii U?

Microsoft has a hunch as to why it's so far the behind the PS4 in sales. Does the old argument about Sony's presence in multiple territories making for more sales ring true?

Also, it's like Resident Evil 5 all over again with the announcement of Far Cry 4, which looks like it will be a highly anticipated game. An apparently controversial cover had some gamers outraged--and in turn, Dane and Glenn are both outraged at those gamers. Hear one of the biggest rants on RDGH so far about a controversial topic, all in the latest episode of RDGH.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RDGHpsu, and let us know how you feel about all these issues. We will read and discuss your tweets on the next episode! Also, subscribe on iTunes to have both of our amazing podcasts downloaded to all your iThings automatically. Leave us an iTunes review and we will read it on the air as well!

Note from The Commissioner: If you send in a Tweet and we fail to read it on the air, send me a quick email at glenn.gordon@psu.com!

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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