On this episode of The GAP, Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) get their hands on Quake Champions, and things don’t look good at the moment.
Over in the news Call of Duty WWII is officially announced, Nintendo reveals some upcoming Breath of the Wild DLC, and the NES Mini classic sells over 2.3 million units. This episode goes for 2 hours and 20 minutes, it also contains coarse language.
The GAP is Australia’s longest running video game podcast where its core idea was to have a collaboration of people from different media publications come together to talk about the things they all enjoyed – video games. The crew behind the show has had work they’ve created featured in a wide variety of publications including BigPond GameArena, AusGamers, Australian Gamer, GamePlanet, PC PowerPlay, Hype Magazine, GameInformer AU, Kotaku AU, Stevivor, Red Bull Games, GameSpot, IGN and more.