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Episode 202: Sometimes It Feels Like My Game Is Watching Me

It's the first Monday after E3 and the ESH crew has survived the AWESOME grueling week we spent in LA trying out new games so you wouldn't have to. That's our line and we're sticking to it during this new episode of the ESH podcast.

We start the show off right with Pandalicious' reactions to all the E3 announcements and news-like items including #Spaceponcho, all of the new games coming out of camp Nintendo and that she vows to ride the bull at the Bethesda party next year. NinJa jumps into the convo to talk about 3D, motion in gaming, her addiction to Dance Central and RockBand 3 by Harmonix. E3 was so full of win it was hard to fit it all into a single podcast episode... so we won't. Instead, we will be sharing all of our E3 reactions, interviews and thoughts over the next few weeks throughout the land of ESH — B3, GeekAggro and ESH &mash; so make sure you check in with all of us regularly and be prepared... this holiday season you are going to go broke, one way or another because of video games.

If you need more reasons to listen to this episode of our podcast check out the titles we came up with but didn't use for this episode:

  • Bobby Blackwolf Put What On the Table? Oh, Sorry, I Misunderstood
  • For Those of Us Attracted By Big, Glowing Balls
  • Harmonix Will Let You Strap It On
  • Smellovision Is Perfect Only for Burgertime
  • and finally
  • I Went to a Basketball Game and Grand Theft Auto Broke Out

The riot after the Lakers game may have kept me from the Scott Pilgrim party, but it didn't stop us from making Electric Sista Hood Podcast Episode 202: Sometimes It feels Like My Game Is Watching Me

Don't forget to check out some of the shit we dig: Aesthetically-pleezin.com and Harmonix

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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.