Episode 38: Smiles Are Always Free

A wild video game podcast has appeared, and it's super effective! Pokemon isn't discussed at all this episode, but thinking up things to say for these introductions is really hard. Speaking of something something segway, Cameron is back to his lovably opinionated self as he states with firm resolution that The Witcher 2 is amazing and Diablo III is being stupid; meanwhile, Bryan speaks highly of his absurd adventures through Devil May Cry 4 and Stephen talks about Wario Land 4's almost-but-not-quite charming weirdness. Next up is the unexpectedly enlightening segment The Hero With a Thousand Choices, which tackles the bumpy topic of pacing, be it Uncharted 2's story or Skyrim's gameplay. Oh yes, and if you like suburban gnat-based horror, this episode is for you. That's exactly right; Disembodied Voices Episode 38 is not to be missed. Let the games begin! [audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/58827739/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2038.mp3]


Opening song: Test Dummy, originally from Mega Man 2 and remixed by AE.

Letter-writing song: Afternoon Tea with SnappleMan's Mom, originally from Terranigma and remixed by OA.

Ending song: The Dark Reaches of SMW, originally from Super Mario World and remixed by aneurySm.