EWS Podcast Episode 169: Our Most Anticipated Games of 2022

Happy New Year 2022! New year, same old us. The Electronic Wireless Show Podcast will make no effort to change or improve; this is our promise to you, listener. For our first episode of the new year, we’re doing the traditional “what games are we most looking forward to” episode. Yes, our most anticipated games. There is very little crossbreeding and lots of orc talk.

Before that, however, we are fortunate to have granted an interview to the “It’s me, Blorko“man. Yeah, we’ve got the man who created the hottest Marvel-based viral tweet this winter, live and on the podcast (I mean, technically, he’s on the podcast every week, but this week, we ask him about the Blorko case for about 20 minutes).

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Matthew and Nate are looking forward to the new levels in Hitman 3.

Nate is off to a good start for some Homeworld 2, as well as Total War: Warhammer III. He gives us an introduction to Total War games and explains why Warhammer is a good place to climb in the franchise.

Matthew is into the zombies and parkour of Dying Light 2 no matter how many hours it lasts.

Like fans of classic indie games, I’m really up for Strange Horticulture and Bear And Breakfast. I’m also interested in any news about Haunted Chocolatier or Little Witch In The Woods.

Matthew also gives A Plague Tale: Requiem a shout out, because who could forget that dear rat boy, and Ghostwire Toyko (who looks pretty cool).

Recommendations this week are Keigo Higashino’s Silent Parade, a cool mystery novel, the scandals of the literary world found in long-running The Spine Collector and A Suspense Novelist’s Trail Of Deceptions, and Element Games for all your certified Warhammer resale needs.

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