Published on February 16th, 2016 | by Brandon

KBMOD Podcast – Episode 224 (Featuring Dave Oshry)

The podcast is back after a couple of weeks off, and while John and Nick might be missing, we do have a special guest appearance from world-class video game maker Dave Oshry. We’ve got a fair bit of news to cover after a two week absence: Amazon launched Lumberyard, a free game engine based on CryEngine that features built-in Twitch integration. GameTrailers is shutting down after 13 years of service, Quantum Break won’t be available on Steam, Dying Light is releasing a ridiculous $10 million special edition, and Batman: Arkham Knight is no longer coming to Mac and Linux. However, all of this news pales in comparison to the shocking announcement of a Circuit City comeback. All this news and more awaits you on this Long John Silver’s-fueled episode.

Viewer questions this week see the cast discussing their favorite convenience store snacks, naughty dreams, and the validity of socks as an article of clothing. Lastly, this week’s iTunes review is a great listen that manages to say more in a few words than most reviews do in a paragraph.

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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One Response to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 224 (Featuring Dave Oshry)

  1. Dave Oshry says:

    Long John Silvers / Circuit City franchise merger imminent.

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