Stephen and Bryan brave the cruel world without their loyal companions in this episode of Disembodied Voices, but they still need you, the loyal listener, to hear them talk to each other for roughly one hour. This enthralling piece of intangible entertainment tackles tough issues to bring you answers; answers to questions you probably didn't bother asking. Is the Toy Story 3 video game worth purchasing immediately? Does Rayman Origins elevate sprite-based dancing to a new art form? What makes SSX play like a fighting game? What makes 3D Dot Game Heroes play like a Zelda game? What makes Darksiders play like a Zelda game also? Why do all Pagans speak like Gollum in Thief: Deadly Shadows? By the end of these trials, you will be a better, smarter, wiser person. If you are not fully satisfied with your listening experience, please use the blog's contact form and you will be sent a picture of a yeti free of charge to make you feel better. [audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/98302924/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2058.mp3]
Opening song: Test Dummy, originally from Mega Man 2 and remixed by AE.
Ending song: This Triforce Has Too Many Pieces, originally from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and remixed by halc.