Electronic Wireless Show Podcast Episode 175: Best Nightclubs in Special Games

Another week, another episode where I get the wrong number again. Contrary to what I say on the recording, this is actually episode 175 of the Electronic Wireless Show podcast. I was probably wrong because I stayed up all night at the disco. Yes, this week we’re taking a suggestion from listeners and talking about our favorite nightclubs in games. And three other people qualified to talk about clubbing that you won’t meet.

But first this week, there’s some big Henry “Vitamin H” Cavill news to spread, plus we discuss drinking animal blood in VIP sections (what rich people do), and when. it stops being cool to go to a nightclub. To me? Almost immediately. And Matthew and I actually played a game, but it’s a PlayStation game, so please don’t listen to us talk about it. But you should definitely listen to Matthew’s Hitman-themed Cavern Of Lies.

You can listen on Spotify, or above, or go straight to Soundcloud where you can download it for later. You can also discuss the episode on our Discord channel, which has a dedicated podcast chat room.

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Connections
Obviously, Nate and Matthew have a lot to say about the Berlin rave in Hitman 3.

Matthew mentions some very high-ranking clubs, like the Mile High Club in the Just Cause games, or the one in Black Ops 2 with your real Skrillex.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines has at least one bizarre club in every area of ​​the game, usually with some sort of sexually deviant theme. There’s also some good silly dancing in Bloodlines but also, of course, Mass Effect.

Shout out to Strobophagia, a horror game that dares to be a little different.

Matthew also lets us into the little Easter Egg club in Halo: Reach

Recommendations this week are The Director’s Cut podcast, a favorite rec by Matthew, Guillermo del Toro’s latest film, Nightmare Alley, and Daddy Kibble aka Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Granola

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