Episode 34: The Funeral of Frosty

It's an average, quiet day at the Disembodied Voices underground cyber-bunker. Zachary has been playing JRPGs, Bryan has been vainly attempting to 100% Banjo-Kazooie, Stephen has been hyperventilating over hosting duties, and Cameron has been playing World of Warcraft. Wait, hold the phones, everybody! That last thing is super weird! It's not an average day at all, so take a deep breath as you plunge into an upside-down world of podcasting! Starting with Games We've Been Playing as of Late, Tales of Graces F is reportedly pretty good, and Wizorb gets high marks as well. Stacking receives rougher treatment, but World of Warcraft holds up surprisingly well. Of course, with all triumph comes tragedy, and Bryan's horrifying exploits in Minecraft are the stuff of nightmares. Speaking of tragedy, Stephen introduces a new topic called Tastes a Bit Gamey (and he refuses to change the name), which expounds on game storytelling versus other mediums, this time focusing on sadness. But don't worry, listening to Disembodied Voices Episode 34 probably won't make you depressed; in fact, your mood meter could very well rise exponentially. Now, there are no limits. Opening song: Test Dummy, originally from Mega Man 2 and remixed by AE.

Ending song: Squishy's Theme, originally from Minecraft and remixed by The Orichalon.

 

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