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Submitted by Emblem180 728d ago | podcast

Disembodied Voices Episode 60: Baptism by Hedgehog

theDVcast.com:

"It’s time for the weekly dose of Disembodied Voices, this time extra long and extra shouty! After a thoroughly nonsensical intro of very poor British and Scottish accents, Stephen shares with the world his quest to build a PC that can play Sonic Generations, thus fulfilling one of his life goals. It turns out that eight-year-old games also run pretty well on the new machine, so Thief: Deadly Shadows launches the entire cast into a variety of tangents including orphanage asylums and similarly scary things. In other news, Bryan and Cameron have a grand story to tell in Shogun 2, inspiring the hearts and minds of human beings around the globe, followed by a spoiler-free recount of Zachary’s time with To the Moon.

Disembodied Voices Episode 60 is packed with hearty nutrients and devoid of unnatural chemicals, so you can safely consume the whole thing without growing a third arm. That’s the Disembodied Voices way!" (Culture, PC, Shogun 2: Total War, Sonic Generations, Thief: Deadly Shadows, To the Moon)

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