Published on December 22nd, 2015 | by Brandon

KBMOD Podcast – Episode 219

Brandon might be missing from our final cast of 2015, but the rest of our usual cast was still able to dish out the PC gaming news that you’ve been begging Santa to bring you. Our run-time is a bit shorter than average, thanks to a rather light week of news.

It’s a Christmas miracle as Valve finally reverts the changes to rifles and pistols from the recent patch, which you can read all about from their official blog post. Riot Games is now completely owned by Tencent, and former NBA player Rick Fox is trying his hand at managing an esports team. It seems like Konami has been in our headlines for months, but this time we finally have some positive news to report: Hideo Kojima has now officially left Konami and will begin work on a new PS4 console-exclusive title. Be sure to check out the newly released schedule for Awesome Games Done Quick 2016 so you can jot down which speedruns you can’t bear to miss.

Other news this week (there’s a lot!) includes:

Our viewer questions ask about our Christmas wishes, call the effectiveness of G2A discount codes into question, and finish with a disgusting new flavor of wings coming to Buffalo Wild Wings. There’s no podcast next week, so from all of us here at KBMOD, we hope you enjoy a lovely holiday with your family and friends. We’ll see you in 2016!

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

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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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