Episode 100: Triple-Digit, Double Trouble

Everyone's here for the 100th Anniversary Regarding Episode Count Rather Than Actual Years of Disembodied Voices, and sir/madame, you have a personal invitation printed on really nice stationary in your mailbox. Segments are back (for real) among other exciting crazy amazing adjective changes in this triple-digit entry, and since this episode is releasing alongside a documentary in which the DV Cast say their own names over and over again, it is right and it is just that the theme should center on masters of title repetition: Pokemon. Cameron watches helplessly as boredom trumps nostalgia, but Stephen is there to agreeably disagree with every other word with a spring in his step and a Ponyta on his wishlist. Zachary is digging the fashion craze sweeping through Kanto, Skiddo faithfully by his side, while Bryan theorizes on the inconvenient truth of Mr. Mime. And hey, the segments were no falsity dreamed up to trick you into reading further: StarCraft Talk returns and Words With Acquaintances debuts, the latter of which brings the joy of word association to the world of Pocket Monsters. Welcome to the episode with the most zeros ever, which is two. Opening song: Funky Bits by Yoann Turpin.

Ending song: The Destiny Infinite, originally from Pokemon Red/Blue and ReMixed by Darkesword.

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Episode 79: May the Force Be With Luuke

Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes. Yoda's Stories. Star Wars Galaxies. Salacious Crumb: Nighttime Assassin. If you've no stomach for weird and/or bad Star Wars games, you might want to reach for the Alka-Seltzer because that topic dominates this episode of Disembodied Voices like a too-vigorous dose of jalapeno. Cameron's out of the picture, but everyone else is pretending to be friends in the most pleasant of ways: Zachary takes one for the team by promising to review a particularly poor game gifted by the anti-generous Cameron, Stephen wants to talk about Balloon Fight (apparently?), and Bryan is acquiring Money & Castles in Mount & Blade. Light on content and heavy on silliness, everyone is pretty much hoping you'll listen to the end purely for Shadow of the Colossus. [audio https://www.cubby.com/p/_478e115e80744d8bb1cc6a42ac9e8f80/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2079%20levelator.mp3]

Opening song: Electrolytic Man, originally from Mega Man and remixed by MaJIN_SaN, ambient, and tomatsu.

Ending song: Wanderer on the Offensive, originally from Shadow of the Colossus and remixed by B33J, Cerrax, Sixto Sounds, and nonsensicalexis.

Episode 16: We're Obligatorily Surprised

The panelists certainly haven't changed in a week. Stephen is laughing at his own moronic jokes, Zachary is steadfastly holding bizarre opinions (this time he thinks Transformers: War for Cybertron is better than Gears of War), Bryan openly admits to being a fish, and Cameron is off somewhere writing a thesis on Black Ops. But it's an artistic outing this time, ranging from the Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection and El Shaddai to a mostly useless conversation about games that lean too heavily on their pretentious visuals. Of course, the mood is made far more explosive with a Because We're Smarter Than Developers section about Burnout and a terrifying Red Scare during New Releases. If you want in on this absurdity, go and download Disembodied Voices Episode 16 today! Oh, and buy the Let's Tap soundtrack! Do it! [audio http://dl.dropbox.com/u/24480952/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%2016.mp3]