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ESH Cast #527: Beware of falling ice

The big PAX East event was in Boston this past weekend and our feet are still reminding us of it.

According to Ninja's iPhone, which keeps track of these kinds of things, she walked 17 miles during the three days of the show. And she proclaims Never Again -- until next year, of course.

Panda's work and wedding preparations kept her away from the show until the last day, when she joined Ninja's gang for this week's annual PAX East roundtable to discuss the show for all of you.

The Sistahs were joined by a jovial bunch: Evan Bourgault, better known as King Baby Duck, the host of No Borders No Race on b3crew.com and a frequent contributor to ESH News, Edie Sellers, co-host of Gamehoundz podcast on gamehoundz.net and Spreaker, Robert Workman from World Wide Gaming (wwg.com), David Giltinan, host of ARGCast (retrozap.com/author/arg-cast), Adam Ellison, contributing writer for ESH News and co-host of The Culture Dudes podcast, and Chris O'Regan, host of The Sausage Factory podcast on spong.com.

They saw and talked about a great variety of the games they saw at the show, including Push Me Pull You, Paperbark, Bulletstorm, Pyre, Redout, Aftercharge, Full Throttle, Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, Quake, Space Wars, Windjammers, Mass Effect Andromeda, Battle Chasers, Asura, Russian Subway Dogs, Think of the Children, Mothergunship, Flipping Death, Just Shapes and Beats, and My Memory of Us.

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The fun they all had at the show translates well in this week's podcast. They were glad to just sit around for an hour and a half. Kick off your shoes and take a listen to ESH Cast #527: Beware of falling ice.

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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.