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ESH Cast 421: I'm 90 Hours In, and I Haven't Made Any Progress

Or maybe we're just not doing it right...

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This week's show is chuck full of all the stuff you guys like: suspense, intrigue, and that weird smell that comes into your nose right after you sneeze.

Okay maybe we're exaggerating a bit – or a lot – but that's what you expect from the ladies of ESH.

Panda starts the show with some things that really grinded her gears through her play-a-thon of Bioware's Dragon Age Inquisition. No one ever thought she'd have any complaints about this self-professed "favorite" franchises...well think again. This time, it got personal.

Immediately after that Panda goes into one of her tangents. None of which have anything to do with her topic this week, or video games, or anime for that matter. Yes, dear friends, she gripes about the last/current season of Fox's Glee. Ninja does her best to get her off her mashup-able path but only manages drive Panda onto a tangent of a different color: a K-Drama called My Lovely Samsoon currently found on Crunchyroll and DramaFever.

If you can make it past these tangents (NinJa says it's fine to fast forward past them) you can make it to NinJa's segment which is full of gaming news...most of which is sad, and made Panda lose all her golden rings. SEGA is shutting down its San Francisco office, and the blog that started NinJa's quest for video game journalism is closing it's doors after a decade of amazing gaming news and coverage. That's right Joystiq is shutting down.

But why read about what the sistah's have said, when you can actually hear it for yourself.

Here is ESH Cast #421: I'm 90 Hours In, And I Haven't Made Any Progress

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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.