Episode 139: Cliffhangers

The infamous Cameron returns from exile, and boy has he been busy! He’s played ONE WHOLE VIDEO GAME, and even more exciting, it was covered on this podcast two years ago! Yes, folks, you guessed it: quad-wielding The Darkness II takes an untimely revenge but nobody cares ha ha ha. You may be wondering why this description is so negative and sarcastic, and Bryan wonders the same thing this week about his cohorts as, one by one, they become rude baboons. Thanks goodness the upstanding civility of Pathfinder swoops in to teach everyone about friendship and cooperation, even if it– coupled with Zachary’s impassioned speech about Tales of Xillia 2– puts Cameron into a non-energy-drink-related coma (which is really a breath of fresh air). Stephen tries lift his spirits with the story of how he leveled up his fishing skill in World of Warcraft, but then the podcast ended.

[audio https://ia601402.us.archive.org/24/items/DisembodiedVoicesEpisode139/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%20139.mp3]

 

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Opening song: Chalupa Pass, from Minimap and composed by coda.

Ending song: Legendary, originally from The Legendary Inazuma Eleven and ReMixed by Brandon Strader.

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Episode 138: You’re Up, Europe

If you got irritated with the last episode’s hostile takeover of Japanese RPGs, don’t you worry– this week is thoroughly infested with European RPGs instead! Stephen and Bryan died (RIP) and went to their very specific version of heaven in Divinity: Original Sin, a video game made for them in every way. Risen 3 is the role-playing bird of prey with its talons hooked into Zachary, but the metaphor bird is not a parrot because pirates are out this time. Also, Bryan learned how to be a Shogun! That’s about all that happened this time, actually. It was a kind of boring episode.

[audio https://ia902306.us.archive.org/35/items/DisembodiedVoicesEpisode138/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%20138.mp3]

 

Direct link to the episode yaaaaaaay!

Opening song: Chalupa Pass, from Minimap and composed by coda.

Ending song: Legendary, originally from The Legendary Inazuma Eleven and ReMixed by Brandon Strader.