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The Digital Wi-fi Present Podcast episode 158: the perfect spaceships in video games particular

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In honour of the brand new DLC for Outer Wilds, this week on The Digital Wi-fi Present Podcast we’re discussing our favorite spaceships in video games. Within the course of, whereas we do focus on some video games, there may be numerous chat in regards to the origin of the spaceship as ‘space-house’ – the hub space the place all of your buddies hang around – each in video games and in wider area media. Additionally, Nate has an incredible Cavern Of Lies that’s Star Wars themed, and does certainly give us a horrible fright.

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Digressions this week are an enormous dialogue on Matthew’s tooth state of affairs, and a semi-argument about what planetary circumstances could be sufficient for me to agree to enter area (e.g. planet lined in very nice soup). Additionally: is Elon Musk’s divorce the origin story for Warhammer 40k?

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You possibly can hear on Spotify, or above, or go straight to Soundcloud the place you possibly can obtain it for later. You can too now focus on the episode on our Discord channel, which has a devoted room for podcast chat.

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You can too get the RSS feed here or discover it on iTunes, Stitcher or Pocket Casts.

Music is by Jack de Quidt, far more moral than your common space-billionaire.

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In area, nobody can see your merch.

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Clearly we discuss Outer Wilds, but additionally The Outer Worlds.

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Nate reminisces in regards to the huge ships in Free Area 2, and talks about how he discovered FTL “homely” regardless that it’s an extremely tense sport.

Let you know what else appears like dwelling: the Normandy in Mass Effect! Knights Of The Old Republic has an excellent space-house, too.

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Dead Space has an extremely creepy space-house.

You understand who has huge ships? Them armour lads in Warhammer 40k.

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Recs this week are for Foundation, the Apple TV+ present based mostly on Asimovs Basis story sequence, Shon Faye’s new non-fiction ebook The Transgender Issue, and to make a ‘Ham Bowser’, which Nate has now decreed is a beef and pepper puff pastry pie, with an entire eel inside. Hooray.

Lets hunt some orc!

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