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The GAP lads are back with two new instalments of The GAP, their sometimes weekly podcast that covers *mostly* gaming.

The GAP Episode 255 – Reppin AZThe GAP is back for 2015 with this episode featuring Luke Lawrie, Joab Gilroy, Heath Dickson, and Jae Leong who are also joined by Daniel Wilks the editor for PC PowerPlay and Hyper magazine. The group talks about all the games they've been playing over the holiday break including the Halo 5 beta, Jackbox Party Pack, Marvel Legendary, Munchkin: Adventure Time, Shadowrun Returns, Destiny: The Dark Below, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and stacks more. Over in the news they discuss Valve removing Hatred from Steam Greenlight - then adding it back again, Xbox One gets a performance boost, and the gaming services that went down over Christmas. This episode goes for 2 hours and 15 minutes, and it also contains coarse language.The GAP Episode 256 – Forty Million, One Hundred Thousand, One Million
On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie, Joab Gilroy, Heath Dickson, and Jeremy "Junglist" Ray attempt to discuss trademarks and the money behind them. This weeks list of games they've been playing includes Minecraft, Talos Principle, Evolve, This War of Mine, Dead of Winter, Saints Row 4, and more. Over in the news Notch buys a ridiculously expensive house then has a party, some new Rock Band DLC is released, and Total Warhammer is leaked - but that's strangely not its real title. This episode goes for 2 hours and 30 minutes, and it also contains coarse language.
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