Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 20 - Watch Dogs is here and E3 2014 is coming

Posted in ps4, gaming, vita, ps3, video games, Racial Diversity Gaming Hour, xbox, Wii by psu on June 5th, 2014

Episode 20 of the Racial Diversity Gaming hour is here, and with it the most racially diverse gaming cast on the Internet today! Join host Glenn "The Commissioner" Gordon, KGB Garri Bagdasarov, The Original Ben Stirling, and The Shapeshifter, Fraser Miller as they talk about the latest events in gaming.

The most anticipated new IP in history, Watch_Dogs, finally launched on May 27, breaking industry records for a new IP by selling an enormous amount of copies in its first week of public existence. As many gamers are discovering, however, Ubisoft did not manage to make the game perfect on the first try. What went wrong?
Sony and Microsoft both plan to launch the PS4 and Xbox One in China--but with strict content rules and a society relatively inexperienced with video games, is the largest country in the world really worth their effort?
The Wii U has finally earned a ray of light, outselling the PS4 in Japan and significantly increased interest around the world. How has its latest offering, Mario Kart 8, helped the struggling Wii U?
All of this and more makes the latest episode of RDGH. Enjoy!
Our intro music this week is a vocal remix of the Rainbow Road track from Mario Kart 64. It was made by talented remixers Benjamin Briggs and Level 99 from OCremix.org. To hear the rest of the song and download it and many more amazing video game remixes for free, visit OCremix.org.
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Also, you don't want to miss Episode 21 next week, where the most racially diverse gaming cast on the Internet will recap the Big Three press conferences for Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony! Stay tuned!