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The lads are back, and this time with a less-than-three-hour cast, which is surprising considering they talk a fair bit about a little game called Bloodborne. (It's probably something to do with a lack of Joaby.)

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie, Heath Dickson, and Jae Leong try to figure out exactly what The Rock is cooking; maybe Joaby can tell us next week. They discuss what they've been playing including Bloodborne, the Final Fantasy XV demo, Bloodborne, Resident Evil: Revelations 2, and in case you missed it Bloodborne was released. In the news Halo 5 is set for an October launch, and the crew tries to figure out what heck is going on with Kojima and Konami. This episode goes for just under 2 hours, and it also contains coarse language.
Click here to download it now. (Here's a direct streaming link, too.)

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