Published on September 19th, 2012 | by Brandon


KBMOD Podcast – Episode 60

Episode 60 of the KBMOD podcast is here, marking our tenth live episode! As a reminder, you can watch the podcast live every Monday at 10pm EST on KBMOD Live or our Twitch page.

This week starts with what we’ve been playing, which leads to some talk about Guild Wars 2, Just Cause 2 multiplayer, Black Mesa, and Scott’s newfound obsession with League of Legends. The news begins with some hardware notes on the release of the GeForce GTX 660, AMD cutting prices on the 7000 series, and some Haswell details from Intel. We then dive into the gaming news of the week: Frictional Games starts the segment off with a refreshing outlook on piracy, we take a look at a controversial decision by The War Z developer, and we discuss Blizzard encoding information in screenshots. We then take a look at SimCity’s progress and close out with a trio of Valve articles, including the first Greenlight games, the upcoming release of Steam for Linux, and Steam finally letting users choose their install drive. We then delve into the Twitter questions, where we get a bit intimate with our PC components. Enjoy!

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5 Responses to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 60

  1. Innkvart says:

    Representing HoN. Best arts by a landslide.


  2. Conaer says:

    I want a Gerritzen bread augmentation NOW!!!

  3. YummyManAss says:

    The best drinking buddy would have to be Robert Plant.

  4. TheBadamanCJ says:

    I’m just saying but if I had to get intimate with any PC part it would be the cable management holes in a Corsair case



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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