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Summary: The GAP Episode 276 – Frequency Vibrations
Date: 15 Jun 15
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The GAP Episode 276 – Frequency Vibrations

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie, Joab Gilroy, and Heath Dickson are backing the Boll and confirm they are done with KickStarter and Hollywood. This week the games they've been playing include The Witcher 3, Heroes of the Storm, Battleborn, Magicka 2, Squad, and more. Leading up to E3 there's a lot of news to talk about with the Fallout 4 announcement, Dark Souls 3 details leaked, Steam gets a refund policy, Mirror's Edge 2 is now a space shooter, and loads more. This episode goes for 2 hours and 30 minutes, and it also contains coarse language. The outro music is from Nekrology, titled Addicted To Gore.
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