The elusive Cameron once more graces the podcast with his presence, but this also allows Stephen, Bryan, and Zachary to hurl hyperbolic insults at his beloved Black Ops. Although the conversation is largely dominated with this debate in which Cameron is wrong, you’ll be able to hear about El Shaddai’s beautiful weirdness, Rage’s potential technical hiccups, and the “unseemly realism” of Bushido Blade. Top that off with a sprinkling of five word reviews and you’ve got yourself another fun filled bundle of audio enjoyment. Do yourself a ginormous favor and download Disembodied Voices Episode 17 today!
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!