Submitted by Emblem180 1251d ago | podcast

Disembodied Voices Episode 44: Cameron Keeps Trying to Sing


"This episode of Disembodied Voices is a bit of a breather after last week’s two-in-one mega E3 bash, so nothing especially eventful happens. If you’re still not sold, maybe a lecture from Bryan on the finer points of Dragon Age spell-casting theory will– or perhaps one from Stephen on the duller points of Monster Galaxy. Just when feasible topics begin to falter, Cameron shows up late with a brand new copy of Lollipop Chainsaw and a hyper attitude to match. After listing Suda 51 games one by one and realizing Stephen and Bryan have zero intention of ever playing any of them, everyone plays a rousing game of Predict it Like Pachter to bring the show to a close. Stay hip and cool by listening to Disembodied Voices Episode 44: now with 16-bit arcade graphics!" (3DS, Culture, Dragon Age: Origins, iPhone, Lollipop Chainsaw, Monster Galaxy: The Zodiac Islands, PC, Podcast, Retro, SUDA51, Xbox 360)

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