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The GAP lads are back with another classic podcast as hosted here, by us -- AusGamers. This week topics include VR, GTA V PC, Heroes of the Storm, HTC and Valve teaming up and much more.

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie, Joab Gilroy, Heath Dickson and Jeremy "Junglist" Ray are proud to announce that they are also developing a VR headset for use during the podcast. The games they've been playing this week includes TheHunter, Homeworld Remastered, The Talos Principle, Frozen Cortex, Heroes of the Storm, StarTrek Online, and more. In the news they discuss HTC and Valve teaming up for the VR market, Unreal Engine 4 is now free to use, Netflix coming to Australia at the end of the month, and an update to the new weekly segment called "Is GTA V for PC out yet?". This episode goes for 2 hours, and it also contains coarse language.
Click here to grab The GAP Episode 263. And be sure to find and follow the guys over on their Facebook page.



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