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Submitted by Emblem180 908d ago | podcast

Disembodied Voices Episode 57: Lots of Heart, Zero Drive

theDVcast.com:

"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." (Civilization V, Culture, Dragon Age: Origins, PC, PS Vita, Resident Evil 6, Uncharted: Golden Abyss)

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