Welcome, fans and "viewers," to the latest episode of RDGH! This week, the most racially diverse gaming cast on the internet comprises host Dane Smith, Glenn Gordon, Garri Bagdasarov, and Ernest Lin! Why?
Tomorrow, we’re doing something very special. We will be publishing the very first episode of Racial Diversity Gaming Hour!
An error of some sort kept RDGH 1 off the books, but now we’re finally releasing it into the wild, and the crew from episode one has reunited 27 episodes later to show you what kind of awesomeness you missed. Look for it tomorrow, July 25. It’s definitely worth a listen.
This episode features much more than that! This week, the crew discusses Square Enix’s decision to shut down a fan-made game localization, the rising sales of the Xbox One and the Halo Master Chief collection, and SO much more!
Our intro music, of course, just HAD to be a snippet of Eminem’s Without Me. Check out more of this legendary rapper on iTunes and EminemVEVO on YouTube. The ending is a cover of the Batman theme by YouTube’s "TheBigSmuz." For more amazing covers, from this talented musician, check out his channel at youtube.com/TheBigSmuz.
As always, remember to follow us on Twitter @TheRDGH. Tweet us and we’ll read your tweet on the air. Leave us a review somewhere, tweet us a link to it, and we’ll give you a shoutout and read your review on the air as well–good or bad.
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.