The Talos Principle Serious DLC for Free

Steam now offers the Serious DLC pack for The Talos Principle, which replaces the game's voice of Elohim with a new comedic script performed by John J. Dick, the Serious Sam voice actor. This is free through April 6th, after which it will go on sale for cash money. Here's word:
The new Serious Sam Voice Pack DLC replaces the godlike voice of Elohim with completely NEW, rewritten and humorous Serious Sam script.

Serious Sam voice has been recorded by longtime Serious Sam voice actor John J. Dick.

It also includes a new Serious Sam player model for use in The Talos Principle.

Note: The Serious Sam Voice Pack DLC for The Talos Principle is available on Steam for free until Tuesday, April 7th and then will be available for purchase for $2.99.
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I don't have a specific list - I have like 50 sites bookmarked and randomly visit them throughout the week. It's also becoming an indicator of how productive of a day it was, if I managed to listing to a number of casts because I was able to work on projects most of the day or if a 1-2 hour podcast lasted through the day because I was in various meetings.

I've listened to Dan Carlin before as well as Gamers with Jobs, I'll hit up the NPR stream for news, Nerdist is awash with a wide range of material, Pointless is interesting, Smodcast at times, Maron, all the normal game casts (Giant Bomb, Kinda Funny Games, Gametrailers, IGN, 5by5, etc.,) and then all the people going solo on YouTube (Sterling, Matt Chat, Angry Joe, Total Biscuit, Marcus Beer, etc.)

There's other entertainment industry or comedy podcasts as well, but you get the idea. Outside of being stuck in meeting hell, there is more than enough content out there to speed the work day along.

Noting there are other branches like Ted Talks or Talks at Google, too,
Ray It's definitely quantity over quality at the moment.
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Apr 5, 2015, 12:17
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This has been on my wish list for a while, so I bought it yesterday.

Should I play it using the default voice, or Serious Sam? The default is becoming annoying already by level 3...
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Apr 5, 2015, 00:32
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Ray Marden wrote on Apr 4, 2015, 21:47:
I've been lurking the site, but I rarely post. Toss in eleven hour work days and some health issues with my wife, I'm finding very little time to comment on anything.
And stupidly only getting paid for eight of those hours...
Going off on the usual tangent, I've fallen in love with listening to podcasts while working. There is a chunk of news and some broad entertainment podcasts, the but the vast bulk of what I listen to is gaming/industry podcasts. Gaming was always my true passion, but I now know more than I have at any time...but it just further negates my wish to comment on things when any given item has been discussed twenty times over.

Wah wah - problems of the first world.

Playing indies, but wondering where the next big, defining game is,
Ray

Wondering what you listen too? Here are three of my favs:

Gamers with Jobs.
Slashfilmcast.
Dan Carlin's Common Sense.
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I've been lurking the site, but I rarely post. Toss in eleven hour work days and some health issues with my wife, I'm finding very little time to comment on anything.
And stupidly only getting paid for eight of those hours...
Going off on the usual tangent, I've fallen in love with listening to podcasts while working. There is a chunk of news and some broad entertainment podcasts, the but the vast bulk of what I listen to is gaming/industry podcasts. Gaming was always my true passion, but I now know more than I have at any time...but it just further negates my wish to comment on things when any given item has been discussed twenty times over.

Wah wah - problems of the first world.

Playing indies, but wondering where the next big, defining game is,
Ray
Everything is awesome!!!
http://www.kindafunny.com/
I love you, mom.
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Ray Marden wrote on Apr 4, 2015, 14:04:
The most fun game I played last year? With ironic voiceover by Serious Sam? YES PLEASE!
I second the motion. This looks like fun.
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The Half Elf wrote on Apr 4, 2015, 14:51:
Ray where the fuck have you been?!?

Says the man who disappeared for weeks and weeks earlier this year.
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Ray Marden wrote on Apr 4, 2015, 14:04:
A bit letdown with Axiom Verge

I'm still trying to get into it. Think I played about an hour, and while it's ok, it's not blowing my mind, either. Hope it gets better.

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Ray where the fuck have you been?!?
Using a steering wheel on a Burnout game is like using the Space Shuttle controls to fly a kite.
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The most fun game I played last year? With ironic voiceover by Serious Sam? YES PLEASE!

A bit letdown with Axiom Verge after Ori and the Blind Forest,
Ray Good game, but feeling slightly lacking.
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