Episode 59: Apparently We Like Punching Things

Cameron and Zachary are back in action-- and they're agreeing with each other. Dishonored sneaked its way into their hearts, leaving Stephen and Bryan a little bit jealous as the subtleties of blinking are relished with words of joy. Resident Evil 6 receives surprisingly high marks as well, even if half the discussion is spent on stupid-headed stupid bosses, and Silent Hill: Downpour also gets a thumbs-up. Bryan recommends Darksiders until the portal gun appears, which sparked grumbling all around. Stephen, uncharacteristically and mercifully silent this time around, has nice things to say about Thief: Deadly Shadows; the fact that it takes the sting away from having no Dishonored to play doesn't hurt. Video games are talked about and talked about well, so join the podcast of champions and listen to Disembodied Voices Episode 59 today! [audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/98302924/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2059.mp3]

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

Ending song: Disconnected, originally from Rayman 2 and remixed by Benjamin Briggs.

Episode 57: Lots of Heart, Zero Drive

The DV cast returns in this climactic edition of the podcast that no one listens to! Cameron says many a nice thing  about Rome: Total War, but Stephen has learned to hate Romans through his traumatic Civilization V experience. He also hates Cameron's British accent, a hurtful act that demands apology. Bryan joins the Cameron-offending fun with his choice of Dragon Age: Origins, despite the sheer victory of finishing it on the Nightmare mode, followed by a debate concerning right, wrong, and morally ambiguous opinions. Oh, and homemade candy is involved at some point. All of this and more is crammed into your headphones/speakers of choice with Disembodied Voices Episode 57. [audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/98302924/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2057.mp3]

 

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

Ending song: Destined for Greatness, originally from Civilization IV and remixed by Geoffrey Taucer and prophetik.