Published on December 8th, 2015 | by Brandon

KBMOD Podcast – Episode 217

This week’s cast sees the usual group open with a variety of technical news, as well as a beautiful cadence of pre-meme culture memes and anti-vaccination propaganda.  If you aren’t enticed enough already, perhaps the new details of Amazon’s delivery drones will pull you in, as well as the news that Adobe will no longer brand with the ‘Flash’ name,  the possibility of a Windows related Xbox Live Subscription, and plans for PS4 to PC streaming support in the future.  Other news includes the new function to fully remove games from your Steam library, reports of bending Intel Skylale CPUs, as well as your seemingly weekly Konami shenanigans.

It is at this point that your knees have started to buckle with excitement.  Before you collapse onto your beanbag chair ready to listen, remember that our viewer questions this week are full of genius wordplay involving beef and Swedes, in addition to our gaming time put into question, and our biggest early gaming disappointments.  The podcast review of the week manages to show us that our content can cure a form of measles, but also subtly hint against modern medicinal procedures.

Remember that you can catch the podcast live every Sunday night at 10pm ET on twitch.tv/kbmod. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on iTunes!

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