4Player Podcast #706 - 2022 Could be Cool (A Comprehensive Preview of the 2022 Release Schedule)

Published by 4Player Podcast on Jan. 10, 2022
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In our first episode of 2022, we take an in-depth look at all of the games that expected to launch in the year to come! In the first segment we cover all of the games with an expected release date or release window. After the break, we run through a big list of projects that have been announced that may drop in 2022 as well. It's a big list of well over 100 games put together by our lovely community! We cover everything from a fun new Supraland expansion to the highly anticipated release of Final Fantasy XVI! We also spend a shocking amount of time talking about Starship Troopers... Happy New Year!

This Week's Discussion Topics:

Games with a 2022 Release Date
Games with a 2022 Release Window
Games without a Set Release Window
and more...

Link Dump:

Our Official 2022 Release Schedule Doc

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    3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Highly recommend the director's commentary for Starship Troopers. Verhoeven not only obsessively points out what is and isn't digital effects as it comes on screen, he also at one point screams as loud as he can when explaining how he got the actors to react to the "bugs" when they were filming (i.e. pretending he was a monster off camera). BE WARNED: the sound levels for this part of the commentary are not balanced(?). Keep your hand on the volume control.