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Published on April 27th, 2012 | by Dan


Introducing the KBMOD Livestreams!

If you missed our streams this week, we now have weekly shows on Twitch.tv! You can check the replays out below. Tune in to https://kbmod.com/live to watch live and check out the show schedule. Other streams will include new game releases and our community game nights (like tonight at 9 PM EST!). Stream replays of the shows will be uploaded to the YouTube channel the next day if you can’t make it, or watch the video replay on our twitch channel (linked above).

We also have 3 forum threads going with game suggestions for each show:

Mondays: The Grind (All RPGs) w/ Dan aka Nipnops 10 PM EST (Forum Thread)
Wednesdays: Rewind Wednesday w/ Jon aka Hex 8:30 PM EST (Forum Thread)
Thursdays: How Mod U R? w/ Nick aka NFEN 10 PM EST (Forum Thread)

The Grind: Episode 1 – This week Dan plays Skyrim poorly and Nick joins for some co-op Path of Exile beta!

Rewind Wednesday: Episode 1 – Hex plays Descent this week and we talk all kinds of nostalgia and retro gaming.

How Mod U R?: Episode 1 – Nick plays the Half-Life 2 prequel mod Half-Life: Precursor and then Scott joins up for some Counter-strike: Source. 

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2 Responses to Introducing the KBMOD Livestreams!

  1. Y2Ken says:

    Very nice. Have strong childhood memories of being terrible at Descent. Also one of the first times I’ve genuinely used “childhood memories” and meant it. Must be getting old. :p

    These are all great ideas: watching RPGs is always good fun, retro stuff is great to look back on particularly for stuff people may have missed for whatever reason, and the mod scene is obviously one of the biggest draws of PC-specific gaming.

  2. krunch says:

    niffen pls do dino sore l3d



I put the OO in Swagoo. One of the founders of KBMOD. I stream on Twitch as well as writing and editing for the website.

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