Published on April 18th, 2017 | by Brandon

KBMOD Podcast – Episode 274

Grab your favorite Easter candy and join us for this week’s episode of the podcast! We start off talking about Comic Con, concerts, and an unhealthy amount of time played on PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS. In the news, Burger King creates a questionable ad to trigger Google Home devices, and inmates at an Ohio prison somehow manage to assemble computers and connect them to the prison network. In the quick hits, Minecraft is launching a new community marketplace, Bayonetta gets ported to the PC, CS:GO is coming to China, Galax builds an impressive single-slot GTX 1070, and Nintendo shockingly discontinues the NES Classic Edition.

New releases this week include the newest Telltale game, an abstract simulation experience, a stylish arcade score-chaser game, trading card creation software, and a polished 2D platformer with a couple of twists.

In the viewer questions this week, we’re asked about proper Keepo care, our opinions of the Peeps candy, useful skills we learned in college, artists that have influenced us the most, and which YouTube/Twitch channel we would take over if we could go back in time. We finish up with a podcast review that sums us up better than we could ever do ourselves.

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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