Racial Diversity Gaming Hour 35: Warning: Driveclub may blow your mind

What's up, gamers? We're back with episode 35 of RDGH, and the crew has lots to say about a great week in gaming.

Destiny's out, and now eyes are shifting to Driveclub--and boy, will they be happy. Project CARS is pretty, but not Driveclub pretty. Even so, it may satisfy some gamers more than Driveclub. Xbox still isn't over its so-called resolution problem, and we'd love to reiterate that IT DOESN'T MATTER. In addition, Far Cry 4 could have been set in a couple other nations with completely different stories. The time it takes to complete Final Fantasy XV has been revealed, and Insomniac reveals interesting information about Sunset Overdrive. Finally, Dane has a lot to say about the "gamer gate" controversy, and Ben has some great info straight from the Eurogamer Expo in London.

All of this and much more comprises a rather packed episode of RDGH. Follow us on Twitter @TheRDGH and subscribe on iTunes and anywhere else you can find us. Enjoy, game on, and don't be a racist.

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bazinga_911536d ago (Edited 1536d ago )

My mind is already blown.
Can't wait to play this beauty anymore.

"Project CARS is pretty, but not Driveclub pretty"

Vrooom Vroooom!
Get ready my racing brethren. The most realistic looking racing game is upon us.

FanboyKilla1536d ago ShowReplies(5)
xer01536d ago (Edited 1536d ago )

I played them both at EGX London.

Drive club has the best environments, while Project Cars is more like a simulation.

My friend described the controls in drive club well - 'a little floaty'. While Project Cars feels a lot more precise. With that said, Drive club feels really fast.

Both are great games, i'll be purchasing on the PS4.
I've been waiting for a proper driving game that isn't Need for speed!