Published on May 16th, 2017 | by Brandon

KBMOD Podcast – Episode 278

With Brandon away this week, our good friend and streamer YingityYang joins us as a guest! In the news, Wendy’s grants a year’s worth of chicken nuggets to a teen, and Payday 2 is reforming its DLC release strategy and developing a H3H3 character pack. In the quick hits, the Mass Effect series is being benched, Alan Wake is being will be removed from stores due to a music licensing issue, and an indie team changes the title of their game to avoid a legal battle with Bethesda.

New releases this week include a cyberpunk souls-like, the video game revival of Reservoir Dogs, Injustice 2, and more promising titles. This week’s viewer questions ask about our children inheriting the podcast, the worst memes of all time, and our preferred pizza dipping sauces.

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2 Responses to KBMOD Podcast – Episode 278

  1. hun says:

    I’m sorry, KD. <3

  2. Zanpa says:

    For the “Prey for the Gods” story, Bethesda is not in the wrong for suing, that’s actually how the law works. They’re not afraid that game will damage the brand image of Prey, but if they don’t defend their right to the name, they lose it and anyone can make a fake Prey.
    It was more far-fetched for Scrolls/The Elder Scrolls, admittedly. But for this one, it’s absolutely normal, and the guys who named their game “Prey something” right as Prey comes out should have expected it.



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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