What's up, gamers? RDGH returns this week to shun discrimination against gaming consoles for the colors of their branding. There's lots to talk about, and host Glenn Gordon joins Dane Smith and Garri Bagdasarov with a packed and very interesting episode.
Resolution is a star this week. A tweet from a regular listener sparks conversation about the console parity situation with Assassin's Creed Unity and almost with Dragon Age: Inquisition. The strength of PSN comes into consideration as well. Is PlayStation Plus a worthwhile investment for gamers? What would gamers be willing to sacrifice (hypothetically, of course) for a stronger PSN?
Xbox has had an interesting week as well. It's the first eighth-generation console to get a native Plex app, the Sunset Overdrive bundle got a short-lived price drop on Amazon UK, and Microsoft may finally be ready to "rethink" the controversial [email protected] parity clause. The crew takes a look at the parity clause and the effect it has had on Xbox and PlayStation so far.
Then, of course, there's DRIVECLUB. It's a great racing game but it has stirred a lot of unnecessary controversy in recent weeks, and with it having one of the worst launches in recent PlayStation history, it has little to defend itself with. We think DRIVECLUB is worth a gamer's chance.
All of this and more comprises a great episode of RDGH. Remember to follow us on Twitter @TheRDGH, and give us your tweets and topics to read and discuss on the air. Enjoy the podcast, and don't be a racist.