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Episode 185:The Story Is Very Gripping, and That's Not All That Grips

A new week should always start off with a new episode of the Electric Sista Hood podcast, and this week you just happen to be in luck.

In this episode of the podcast the ladies of ESH talk about Visceral Games newly released title Dante's Inferno and its drive to be not be God of War. NinJa starts off the hour with a run down of the game and it's mechanics, similarities and non-similarities to other action-rpg games like Devil May Cry. Be warned, NinJa has some rants about this game that will spoil a few things for you so don't listen to this episode if you don't like spoilers.

Pandalicious talks a bit about the soothing and calming experience she's been having at the end of the day playing flOw on the PS3 made by thatgamecompany and then adds in her hopes and dreams and giddiness over the newly released and release pending Resident Evil 5 DLC packs Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape.

The ladies also talk about President Obama's comment about American kids playing video games while kids from other countries are learning the math and science to make video games. It's a charged conversation for sure. Need a little more incentive to grab this episode? Check out some of the titles we came up with for this episode but didn't use:

  • Punish or Absolve? It's a Perfect Game for Lent
  • The Walls Have WHAT? You Don't Want to Know
  • What's Satan Got to Lose? He's Already in Hell
  • and finally
  • If You're Fighting in a Volcano, You Don't Care What's Happening Elsewhere

So grab that cup of whatever it is that you enjoy drinking while you listen to our podcast and enjoy Electric Sista Hood Podcast Episode #185: The Story is Very Gripping – and That's Not All That Grips

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Rochelle "NinJaSistah" Hinds and Amanda "Pandalicious" Britton are the founders of ElectricSistaHood (ESH), and co-host of the network's flagship podcast, the ESH Cast. For nearly a decade, they have focused their journalistic efforts on video games and anime. That's - as the kids say these days - what's up.