Disembodied Voices

Disembodied Voices is a podcast dedicated to discussing video games. On occasion, they produce audio dramas, often revolving around holiday themes.

When the reddening sun of Thanksgiving Day sinks below the horizon and an eerie full moon rises to take its place, the cast of Disembodied Voices appears to terrify you with a spooky tale of spooky terror.

It is Christmastime! Magic and good deeds light the sky of joy like a thousand candles burning with the flame of gingerbread that tastes really great. In this spirit, the DV cast presents a heartwarming Christmas Special that tells a tale of hope, tinged with sadness and teeming with good cheer. The path may be chaotic and even stupid, but a very important lesson is learned in the end.

When the DV Cast gets tired of arguing about videogames and everyone hates everyone else, an idea rises to the surface that can't possibly go wrong: Collectively create and enjoy a videogame of their own making. Join these brave souls as they pour, like, a whole weekend into building the Official Disembodied Voices Videogame from the ground up– without Kickstarter, even. (That was a topical reference.)

Christmas cheer surrounds the world and binds it together like it's the Force or something, and that can only mean one thing: another Disembodied Voices Christmas Special! This time Stephen's gone mad with a burning anger about the state of modern Sonic games, and only the magic of Christmas (and ghosts wielding the magic of Christmas) can pull him from the brink of sadness come a holiday season with no blue hedgehog to find under the tree.

As daylight fails, the glow of a thousand thousand homes takes up the torch, bringing hope, and peace, and light to that most special night of Christmas Eve. Meanwhile, the DV Cast are stranded in a ski cabin, no more than a shaken bottle of rage-flavored soda, and should the pressure become too great, just might destroy Christmas and their beloved little podcast.