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Published on November 20th, 2012 | by Brandon

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KBMOD Podcast – Episode 69

Episode 69 is here, with all the prerequisite sexual innuendo! We are without Scott again this week, but our own Nick Jenkins and Hex are here to fill in. We start off talking about first impressions of Black Ops 2 and the changing mindset of Call of Duty. The news this week kicks off with more trouble at AMD, some insight into Black Friday/Cyber Monday from PCPartPicker, and the insane real-world speed of Google Fiber. We then move on to gaming news including trouble at THQ, the long-awaited sequel to Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, the appalling new free-to-play model in Star Wars: The Old Republic, promising news for the PC version of Assassin’s Creed 3, and much more! The Twitter questions include the usual craziness, mixed in with some sound advice here and there. Enjoy!

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One Response to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 69

  1. Y2Ken says:

    Just a quick take on SW:TOR from me. I’ve just started playing last week because it’s now free-to-play. I have almost zero interest in playing an MMO, the only reason I ever had interest in that game was for the story. And I’ve been playing through with a bunch of the different classes and having a great time with it. Yes you lose a lot of the MMO features, but for those people who wanted a new KOTOR this actually comes pretty close if you just play it as an F2P game, and you can do it with a couple of friends if you want (they do allow you to group up). While the races are restricted, this hasn’t been an issue for me personally because I haven’t really wanted to play as anything other than the two they give you for free.

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