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Published on January 4th, 2012 | by Brandon

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KBMOD Podcast – Episode 23

After a little holiday break, we’re here to kick off 2012 with episode 23 of the podcast. This week, we talk about what we did for Christmas and New Year’s and the abundance of games some of us bought during the Steam holiday sale. You’ll also get our reactions to the list of the most pirated games of 2011 and hear more about what we’re looking forward to this coming year. Twitter questions and general insanity included at no extra charge. Enjoy!

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17 Responses to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 23

  1. ASoggySandal says:

    I’m going to listen to this on iTunes, Save you bros the hosting costs.

  2. Bob bpost says:

    iTunes doesn’t host anything, it just pulls it from our repository. We’ve gotten the hosting issues addressed. Thanks bros.

  3. Trikay says:

    You guys seem to mix graphics with aesthetics a ton in this episode :P

  4. D1scombobulated says:

    My friend is such a douchebag. He always raves about how much he loves CoD4 yet he torrented it.

  5. Holopoint says:

    Angela Anaconda was the most fucked up show ever. Pretty sure it was a Canadian show too, PvtJ8ker.

  6. ambientmf says:

    @Brandon: Holy shit, I got that Deus Ex HR from Amazon as well. Such an amazing deal! Put 36 hrs into the game over the past week. Best $10 I ever spent.

  7. slfan68 says:

    I pirated Portal 2 to see if it could run on my laptop… I’m a horrible person :(

  8. xShamuss says:

    Question, what was that one song john was singing a couple podcast back the only lyrics i can remember is “new kids on the block sucking lots of dick, Asian girls give head sick” or something along those lines its driving me crazy need name.

  9. Innkvart says:

    Concerning the Swtor topic and unfair banning you’re beeing a slight bit too good willed here. Not only does the end user license agreement state that Bioware makes the rules, but one has as a user accepted god knows how many different wordings of that term. At the same time you should know the sayings, people lie, and you’ve obviously devoured lies with please and ease here. The planet in question is strictly a maxlevel zone, with a pvpzone dedicated to controlling 5 points with a faction base in either end. Going here with any lower leveled chars would obviously be an attempt at making quick credits, and i assume in the manners that this was conducted it was either goldfarming sites or purely greedy attempts at cheating the game. Oh, that sounds like something you don’t want in your game, then again you can also just do an emote command to make raid bosses stop attacking, im sure the same people would jump right on that 16man loot faster than they could say “exploiting loot containers”. However much you want to shed bad light on Bioware you’re beeing fooled by even bigger fools who managed to get banned when not playing by the rules they agreed to with legal binds. When it comes to MMOs, hate the player, not the game. Go Bioware! Strike hard.

  10. Bob bpost says:

    I’d tend to lean towards the “creative use of game mechanics” argument. If Bioware had done their job in the first place, it wouldn’t have happened. Maybe they should have just rolled back inventories on everyone caught. Temporary suspension for 24 hours to get the point across.

  11. Foxy Grandpa says:

    Needs more Fenton

  12. Dalesy says:

    Why no Nick Fenton?

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Brandon started his PC gaming days playing Doom II (IDDQD/IDKFA for life) and has been hooked on online gaming since the original Starsiege: Tribes. The way to his heart is through proper grammar, corn dogs, and cookie cake.


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