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ESH Cast #469: Panda Once Considered Rage Quitting Viva Piñata

ESH Cast #469: Panda Once Considered Rage Quitting Viva Piñata

On first glance, the game might seem benign, but it's what the sight of animals doing it does to you. No, you don't actually watch animals humping in Viva Pinata, but there's always the possibility. Viva Pinata At Night?

Why are the Sistahs talking about a 10-year-old video game? That's because interest in it has sprang anew with its inclusion in the list of last-gen games now available to be played on the Xbox One. Ninja, after a little extra searching, unearthed the game from its grave in the bottom of a box and was able to actually play it again this week. It literally took 10 years off her life.

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More recent affairs were also on the Sistahs' minds this week, primarily the upcoming release of the Deadpool movie. Ninjah hasn't always been a Deadpool fan, but she can appreciate nuances for the long-running character that should be exploited in the movie. And she absolutely loves the current marketing campaign.

The show really goes to the dogs -- pun intended -- when Pandalicious brings up the anime Lovely Muco. It's a show she became interested in when she obtained a nearly identical Shiba Inu dog that is the focus of this short-form animation. Now she's attaching a lot of anthropomorphic connotations to things her dog does. Like every dog owner.

In between the usual sips of libations, Ninja and Panda do their best to give you the news and entertainment you deserve. Get it all on this week's episode, ESH Cast #469: Panda Once Considered Rage Quitting Viva Piñata.

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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.