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ESH Cast #489: I Watched It, But I Wouldn’t Watch It Again

How would you pronounce the word "visage?"

By NinJaSistah and Pandalicious

No movie seems to escape Panda's wrath. After tearing Superman v. Batman a few weeks ago, she does te same thing to the new X-Men: Apocalypse film during this week's ESH podcast. So please be forewarned: If you intend on seeing the movie, but haven't yet, you shouldn't listen to this week's show. In fact, you should probably stop reading this story.

Panda comes right out and tells people not to even go to the movie -- that's how disappointed she was. And, as anyone who has listened to their weekly podcast very much knows, hell has no fury like a Panda scorned.

They spend so much time berating the X-Man movie, they don't have enough time to talk about what was supposed to be the main subject of the program: The new Overwatch game. So that will happen next week, along with their preview of the big E3 show coming up in Los Angeles.

So what else is on the episode this week? Ninja blew threw the 12-episode arc of an anime called "Pandora and the Crimson Shell: Ghost Urn." And she got a little more than she expected. For those of you who haven't yet seen it, but intend to, we give you the same spoiler warning we gave for the X-Man film.

Panda also talks about the first short video about the game Visage, which is running a Kickstarter campaign in preparation for its intended January 2017 release. Although Panda pronounces the game's name like the word collage (kəˈläZH), but it's probably pronounced the regular American way: vizij.

Those of you who actually listen will enjoy the show, we think. So give it a try, won't you, to ESH Cast #489: I Watched It, But I Wouldn’t Watch It Again.

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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.