The Electronic Wireless Show Podcast Episode 146: The Best Hub Zones In Special Games

This week’s Electronic Wireless Show podcast takes a look at our favorite hub areas in gaming, which requires a brief discussion as Nate had totally misunderstood what that meant. It doesn’t matter, however, as we always manage to mention at least four video games and check a few boxes on your EWS bingo card.

If we’re being honest, though, this episode ends up being, weirdly, mostly about philanthropic YouTuber Mr. Beast. I don’t know how it happened, but it happened. There’s a cave of lies on the grain, where my lie is so transparent you could turn it into windows – but he’s still cheating on one of the guys.

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The music is by Jack de Quidt, who would create a wonderful hub world.

Don’t forget to check out our merch to get your very own Cavern Of Lies t-shirt.

We’re mentioning both Dragon Age: Inquisition and Dishonored this week, as is our way, both of which have nice hubs. Here is Cian Maher’s (great) article on The Hound Pits pub. Plus, here’s the time a voice actor live streamed their personal political manifesto as a Dragon Age love interest.

Nate and Matthew try to convince me that there is a game called James Pond about a goldfish that could span endless lengths. I think they were pissing.

We’re also talking about hubs in Psychonauts, TIE Figher, XCOM, Expeditions: Rome, LEGO games, and Assassin’s Creed games.

Recommendations this week are for a subscription to Ellery Queen Mystery magazine, the neo-gothic novel Mexican Gothic by Slyvia Moreno-Garcia and the neo-stoner mushroom book Entangled Life by Merlin Sheldrake, and low-fantasy Roman escapes in How To Rule An Empire And Get Out by KJ Parker.

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