RDGH is back for episode 29 after a mysterious disappearance last week! Join the most racially diverse gaming crew on the Internet today: host Glenn Gordon, Dane Smith, Garri Bagdasarov, and Ben Shillabeer-Hall!
This week, the crew discusses Goat Simulator's success, and one author's opinion that the intentionally low-quality game should win Game of the Year. It also discusses the validity of review scores versus the reviews themselves.
There's also EA Access. Is Sony right to deny its 10 million strong audience EA's new subscription service?
You definitely want to hear the crew discuss the scarcity of Destiny's Ghost and Limited collector editions and offer a great solution for possibly finding one without spending exorbitant amounts of money on eBay.
After that comes a great discussion about Gamescom 2014. Keep in mind that this episode was recorded before Gamescom and thus some information in it may have been proven false during the actual Gamescom 2014 event. What do you think about our discussion compared to what actually happened?
Let us know on Twitter @TheRDGH. Tweet us with your opinions and topics you'd like us to discuss, and we will do so on the air! Leave us a review wherever you find us, tweet us a link to it, and we'll give you a shoutout on the air as well.
If you have played The Last of Us already, look out for a separately-released "sub-episode" where Glenn, Garri, and Ben discuss one of the greatest games of all time in depth. Warning: There are spoilers!
We've used this song as our ending music before! This week we've used it as our intro. Follow QuackDatOneGuy for more interesting stuff! Our ending song this week is The Quarantine Zone (20 Years Later) by Gustavo Santaolalla, from the one and only The Last of Us soundtrack. The soundtrack is currently available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, and other stores everywhere.