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If you missed Joaby's ever-impassioned voice on last week's podcast, the man with cooking plans is back with the rest of the crew to talk about games and, naturally, Irish stew. Seriously.

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie, Joab Gilroy and Heath Dickson celebrate St Patrick's Day with a hearty stew cooked up by Joaby himself while discussing terrible TV shows and home electrical appliances. They talk about the games they've been playing including Battlefield: Hardline, Cities: Skylines, TheHunter, Skyrim, Fruit Ninja 2, Kingdom Rush: Origins and not The Sims. Over in the news Nintendo are working on a new dedicated gaming system, Todd Alderman rejoins Infinity Ward, and the BBC are creating a TV show about Grand Theft Auto. This episode for 3 hours, and it also contains coarse language.
As usual, and just like most St Patrick's Day celebrations, this episode is relatively long but if you can listen between sips, you're bound to found something to stew over, in thoughtfulness.

Click here for Episode 265 of The GAP.

Remember too to hit the lads up on their Facebook Page where you can share you own recipes with Joaby Oliver Ramsey.



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