Episode 122: The Man with the Crooked Nose

Video games are back! And so is Zachary! Nostalgia is unleashed upon the panel like a wistful genie from a wistful bottle as Stephen relates his trip through the very first episode of Disembodied Voices, reminding everyone that they have come a long way and that Dragon Age is better than Mass Effect. Less sentimental is hell, but that's where Cameron has been living for weeks now. Diablo III has its claws in the poor fellow, and he's dragging his comrades down with him. Zachary can't bother with demon duty as his Vita (AKA NGP) needs tending, mostly because of his favorite title Ys Every Game in the Series. Bryan ditches the show early, unfortunately, leaving Stephen to ramble on about games that nobody else really cares about and Cameron to make a lazy mess of the ending. Some things never change. Opening song: Chalupa Pass, from Minimap and composed by coda.

Ending song: Crash Test Dummy Man, originally from Mega Man 2 and ReMixed by A_Rival.

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Episode 120: In Which Stephen Weirds Everyone Out Again

Zachary becomes the Lord of All Goats this week. In other news, Stephen and Bryan finally have a hearth to hearth about Hearthstone after the rest of the DV Cast harshly rejects their heist-that-isn't-a-heist to hook a computer into a separate room. To be fair, Cameron is too busy preparing for Titanfalls to pay much heed to the dreams and aspirations of anyone else, let alone Blizzard and its continuing struggle to make Diablo III reach its demonic potential. Speaking of brand new releases for today's generation of gamers, Project Snowblind blindsided Stephen with a revolutionary idea that first-person shooters will look to for eons to come: level design. These are exciting times, folks, and you get to spend them with Disembodied Voices! Opening song: Chalupa Pass, from Minimap and composed by coda.

Stephen Noir: Main Theme, from Gunpoint and composed by John Robert Matz.

Heist Song: Blob in Space, from de Blob 2 and composed by John Guscott

Ending song: Purple Heart, originally from Rush'n Attack and ReMixed by goat.

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Episode 41: Demons, Torches, and Scarecrows

Like a faithful dog, Disembodied Voices is still following you around and wagging its proverbial tail, so just pat it on the head and accept it. Diablo III and Torchlight are forced to share the spotlight as Stephen and Bryan explain why the former is good and Cameron tries to figure out why he doesn't hate the latter. Speaking of figuring things out, Stephen can't quite grasp why it pains him to watch other people play Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II (or any Sonic game for that matter), and if psychiatrists wore hats, Cameron would put one on as he gets to the bottom of it. On the topic of psychosis, the Scarecrow sequences from Arkham Asylum are relived with spine-tingling horror and deemed super amazing. Diablo  III's method of DRM rounds the podcast out, during which Stephen-- sigh-- plays the devil's advocate. Your future awaits in Disembodied Voices Episode 41. Welcome to the next level. [audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/47796264/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2041.mp3]

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

Ending song: Atmosphere, originally from Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and remixed by halc.