Happy 2022! New year, same old us. The Electronic Wireless Show Podcast will make no effort to change or improve ourselves; this is our promise to you, listen. For our first episode of the new year, we are doing the traditional episode “what games are we most looking forward to”. Yes, our most anticipated game. There is very little crossover and lots of ork chat.
Before then, however, we are fortunate to have scored an interview with “It’s me, Blorko“guy. Yes, we have the man who came up with this winter’s most fashionable Marvel-based viral tweet, live and on the podcast (I mean, technically, he’s on the podcast every week, but this week we’re asking him about the Blorko thing. for 20 minutes).
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Both Matthew and Nate are looking forward to new Hitman 3 levels.
Nate is well ready for something Homeworld 2, and also Total War: Warhammer III. He gives us a primer on Total War games and why Warhammer is a great place to jump on the franchise.
Matthew is interested in the zooms and parkour of Dying Light 2, no matter how many hours it turns out to be.
In a classic indie-game-like manner, I’m really up to Strange Horticulture and Bear And Breakfast. I’m also interested in news about Haunted Chocolatier or Little Witch In The Woods.
Matthew also gives a shout out to A Plague Tale: Requiem, because who could forget dear rat boy, and Ghostwire Toyko (who looks good).
Recommendations this week is Keigo Higashino’s Silent Parade, a cool detective novel, the literary world scandals found in the long-read articles The Spine Collector and A Suspense Novelist’s Trail Of Deceptions, and Element Games for all your certified Warhammer resale needs.