Episode 129: A Horrible Mario Kart Buyer’s Guide

What the Google is a titan and why are they attacking so much? The secrets are revealed thanks to Anime Doctor PhD LoLZ Cameron Nutter, a man who questions normal-sized people getting eaten by big-sized people and then controlling the big-sized people by being inside of them. He doesn’t stop there, of course, and goes on to question Tansistor’s two-left-feet turn-based combat system. Bryan Kelly, a Hearthstone Md with a degree in being a fish, backs him up on this while intellectually explaining that Mario Kart 8 “looks nice.” Don’t forget about Stephen, the everyman of this think tank, who plays Animal Crossing a lot. Concluding with a dissection of the curious case of Cameron and his vanishing ability to enjoy video games, Disembodied Voices Episode 129 will teach you things you could never find out from another podcast, largely because those things sometimes aren’t true.

Direct link to the episode yaaaaaaay!

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

Ending song: Funky Mario Circuit (Radio Edit), originally from Super Mario Kart and ReMixed by the The OneUps.

[audio https://www.cubby.com/p/_8d13d5998155456abfdf943f64e2129d/Disembodied%20Voices%20-%20Episode%20129.mp3]

3 thoughts on “Episode 129: A Horrible Mario Kart Buyer’s Guide

  1. Wow. I do not think you guys really understand how Attack on Titan is structured. All the things you question or do not like is what many people enjoy about the show because it slowly reveals the answers to those things. Different strokes for different folks I guess. I would not call it stupid though. It is really quite compelling how everything works. Oh well. Sorry it was not your cup of tea.

  2. You, SIR, are probably right. Not to throw Cameron under the bus, but he’s the only one who’s seen more than twenty minutes of the show, and even then he has plenty more episodes to go. That said, I didn’t much like its style– but I claimedthe same thing about Death Note before getting way into it.

    So yeah, don’t take our silly ribbing of Attack on Titan as entirely factual or… like… coherent. What is it about the series that you find appealing? I might need to give it another chance.

    Thanks a lot for listening!


  3. I haven’t seen it yet, so I don’t know *what* to think! Nice to hear a different perspective, though; I’d heard so much positive stuff about it before Stephen and Cameron weighed in, I was a little surprised to hear how much they didn’t like it. I’m definitely curious to try it for myself and see what I think. Maybe stick with it awhile and see where it goes.

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