Published on March 28th, 2012 | by Brandon


KBMOD Podcast – Episode 35

Welcome to Episode 35! Though Dan was under the weather and John was busy dealing with movers this week, the podcast must go on! We are joined by our very own dueling Nicks Fenton and Jenkins to discuss this week’s happenings. We talk Guild Wars 2 (or is it Gears of War 2, Scott?) micro-transactions, Dark Souls likely coming to PC, recent Blacklight and Tribes updates, and the release of Nvidia’s badass new GTX 680. With the recent news that Robert Bowling is leaving Activision, the roundtable this week discusses the role of a “community manager,” and we debate whether companies should rely on a single person to manage their external social presence. Lastly, we wrap up with some great Twitter questions. Enjoy!

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7 Responses to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 35

  1. TrippingBowser says:

    I just listen to this podcast and I knew right away that Jack White was in Cold Mountain so he is totally viable.

  2. Chezenip says:

    lolz i cant believe they brought up runsecape thanks for not hating on it too bad i always play when i listen to the podcast =D

  3. CharlieTango says:

    Bullshit. You fuck Robert Bowling (headcrab style), because he’s already proven he’s great at taking it up the ass. Kill Carmack for his PC heresy. Marry Gaben because he’s already proven how loyal he is. And even though he’s huge, you’ll never have to have sex more than twice with him because everybody knows he can’t count to three.

  4. Ofenlicht says:

    I will enjoy listening to this and probably die of laugher or STDs.

  5. skullfox146 says:

    Halo 2 was on PC too. It was an incredible disappointment but still.

  6. ApotheosisNemesis says:

    Runescape was a decent little browser-game and I really liked it for a very long time.
    Only problem is the userbase. (mostly 13year-olds playing)



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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