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E3 is getting started this weekend, otherwise known as the Encredible Electricity Experience, or sometimes simply “Hellweek”. It’s a very busy and exciting time to be a videogame liker, but you might need some help. Allow the RPS podcast, the Electronic Wireless Show, to be your digital sherpa through this storm of fictional bullets and lightsabers. Let’s talk about what we’re looking forward to seeing, and the games that probably won’t appear (but that we wish would).
Matt and Brendan join Alice B to have a big group natter about the games of the show. Halo Infinite has Brendan glancing furtively sideways. Alice B is pretending she hasn’t seen Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order when really she has. And Matt is bouncing his knee up and down with nervous excitement for his date with Cyberpunk 2077.
We’ve also been playing a bit of the old videogames. Alice and Matt have been enjoying the spacey adventure of Outer Wilds. And Brendan has been doing some pre-E3 homework by playing Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines.
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All the games confirmed for E3
Cyberpunk 2077 demo from last year
Halo Infinite is coming to PC
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is coming out in November
Watch Dogs 2 was good but probably didn’t need guns
Xbox Games Pass for PC is a rental service basically
Bee Simulator is about being a bee
What Elder Scrolls VI should fix
But it should be set in Elsweyr (supporters only)
Dragon Age 4 was supposed to be about wizard heists
Matt’s Apex Legends review
Dino Crisis 2 was the best one
Outer Wilds is really good
But The Outer WORLDS isn’t out yet
Borderlands 3 is due out in September
Vampire Bloodlines empowered Alice B by accident
Watch Dogs 3 will be set in London
Good Omens is a good TV adaptation
Technique Critique is about professionals pointing out bad movie scenes
So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed is a good book