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ESH Cast #473: Always Choose the Third Option — That’s Where the Cute Girls Are

It's cold outside, but it's plenty warm where the Sistahs are. While temps were in the single digits, Ninjasistah and Pandalicious kept things warm with their observations about everything in video games and anime.

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Among the topics of their show this week are the postponing of the next version of Assassin's Creed (what will they have to talk about in November? They'll figure out something), the Quantum Break controversy (gaming on PCs vs. consoles? Horrors!), Doctor Strange (sure, Benedict Cumberbach is in it, but the character himself is as strange to most people as his name) and the anime Kono Suba (which should be titled "How I spent my Summer afterlife").

The highlight of the week wasn't the opening of the Deadpool movie, but the review of the movie by the one-and-only Betty White. The entire review is included in the podcast.

Also, as promised, NinJaSistah has made a screenshot of her Xbox screen to prove she has downloaded the Forza game. Now if we can only get her to play it.


And a couple of corrections are necessary. At about the 20-minute mark, Ninja says Microsoft doesn’t make computer hardware. In reality, Microsoft makes computer hardware, such as the Surface series of computer/tablet hybrids. Also, The Doctor Strange animated film was produced by Lions Gate, not by Warner Bros., as Ninja states in the show. It was shown originally on HBO, which is owned by TimeWarner, the parent company of Warner Bros.

Regardless of the mis-speaking, we think you'll enjoy this week's podcast, ESH Cast #473: Always Choose the Third Option — That’s Where the Cute Girls Are.

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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.