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ESH Podcast Episode #369: More Like PlayStation One Of These Days – Amirite?

369 More like PlayStation Not-Really-An-Option-Yet.

CES and MAGFEST have come and gone and while neither sistah made it out to either event, they still did some research and had some things to say.

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This week Panda talked about VR, Netflix in 4K and PlayStation Now. Which to her were the most interesting things at this years CES. Taking time out, Pandalicious also addressed something that transpired at this years MAGFest that warmed her little heart. People taking a stand against racism.

Ninja talked about Michael Bay's "meltdown" during the Samsung keynote. (Not that she considers it a meltdown per say.) She always talkes about the reinvention of the wheel– well the presence of it that was present at CES in the wearables department.

Arisia is fast approaching too, and so will a familiar face a voice. That is right, Pandalicious is making a debut– of sorts at this year's Arisia! Why would she? Why to bring some ham to an already stellar performance from The Post-Meridian Radio Players radio production of a gender swapped version of the Star Trek episode "Trouble With Tribbles." (Man that was long to say.)

With that, let me give you guys the question of the week: Is CES on its' last legs?! Make sure you answer it via Twitter @ESHNEWS or @LadyESH, on our Facebook page Land of ESH or over on our podcast post over at VOG Network.

Now without wasting any more time, I present to you, Episode #369: More Play PlayStation One of These Days--Amirite.

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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.