Published on May 2nd, 2012 | by Brandon


KBMOD Podcast – Episode 40

Episode 40 has arrived, and though John is missing in action, Nick Jenkins swoops in to fill the void. We kick off the show with a varied list of what we’ve been playing, as well as a recap of last week’s awesome community game night and our new live stream shows. The news is plentiful this week, ranging from hardware talk about Ivy Bridge and the GTX 690 release to the demise of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 to QuakeCon and much more, ending with a bonus mini-rant about Black Ops 2 hype. In the roundtable this week, we discuss the changing landscape of game pricing, with a particular focus on the subscription model and whether it will survive the current free-to-play frenzy. Stay until the end for the Twitter questions, which cover everything from snake anatomy to couch preferences. Enjoy!

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7 Responses to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 40

  1. SimppL says:

    lol i played SMNC in beta and thought it sucked balls. Have to try it again now.

  2. sloughy says:

    what was the name of the Jrpg they were mentioning???

  3. munkyadrian says:

    my favorite birthday i remember was the one time when my parents didnt yell at me for once, 3 years ago
    gotta go through that shit on monday, woo sweet 16

  4. budekai says:

    in the proverbial words of the Tychus Findlay, its about dam time.

  5. Peeble says:

    I asked the couch question because couchiscm and couch discrimination is a large problem in society today.

  6. PinkStahli says:

    Is it worth it to get a 3770? I currently have a i7 920 from 2008.



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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