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The Electronic Wireless Show S2 Episode 22: the return of lost media

Found items

Sally looks out of the window of a strange cable car in Gylt
Image credit: Rock Paper Shotgun/Tequila Works

I was gone but now am here again to join my co-hosts on this week's Electronic Wireless Show podcast, much like the hundreds and hundreds of of hours of interviews, press briefings and old presentations salvaged by Noclip and heaved onto YouTube. We were going to talk about children's games this week, but given the game for children I was going to talk about was once Stadia exclusive Gylt it seemed a time to talk about the precariousness of digital media a bit (and also make James explain Stadia).

We've all been playing a few games here and there, and most of them are current, with Nate still very enthusiastic about being a dinosaur. James comes with more beans to the hardware altar, and we all have some slightly weird suggestions for your recommendations. Plus, because Liam is actually away this week, I made a special effort to pay attention to audio levels and reduce background noise because I've seen ye all complaining about when I have to edit the podcast and I'm sick of it.

If only we could talk to the bullies.Watch on YouTube

You can listen above, or on on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, or Pocket Casts. You can find the RSS feed here, and you can discuss the episode on our Discord channel, which has a dedicated room for podcast chat.

Music is by Jack de Quidt.

We record on a Tuesday, and usually post the podcast on a Thursday but were a day late this week because Liam, our very fine editor, was sick. Wish him a speedy recovery, and forgive me for saying somethings that are slightly out of date.

Recommendations this week are Super Superficial tees, The Righteous Gemstones, and Masaru.9268.

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