Published on July 18th, 2012 | by Brandon


KBMOD Podcast – Episode 51

Episode 51 comes to you smack in the middle of Steam Summer Sales. We did it live again this week and you guys did not disappoint as we had a great turnout for the show! Brandon couldn’t make it this week, so we needed two people to replace him: Mark (NikonPunch) and Jon (Hexidecimal) join us in his absence. We of course talk Steam sales to kick off the cast and then move into the news. The news this week covers The Old Republic going free to play, the re-release of Final Fantasy 7 for the PC, John Carmack’s VR Kickstarter, Epic’s return to PC gaming, Medal of Honor teasing Battlefield 4, the Planetside 2 beta and Steam expanding into applications beyond games. The Roundtable turns into a rant as we discuss Valve’s response to EA’s David Demartini. We end with your twitter questions which spark some interesting discussion this week.


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2 Responses to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 51

  1. boston_rob says:

    Its is frustrating that you guys complain about a about a game being $70 when every AAA game in Australia costs $80-$100. I have no idea why when the dollar is the same value and the games and this is the price for digital copies. MW3 is 100 US dollars for Australians on steam….. I really don’t get it.

    • TaS says:

      That’s awful. I’m so sorry for you. Although I think you should buy multiple copies of MW3 and send them to people you hate.



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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