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Those hopeful words are delivered in the first few minutes of this week's show by Pandalicious.

Having done a video game and anime podcast every week for the past 12 years, it would be correct to say that not every anime we've ever watched has been stellar. We've seen the good ones. We've seen the bad

NinjaSistah jumped right on the newest iteration of the "God of War" franchise, and she gives this warning right up front this week: If you don't want to know the ending of the game, you don't want to listen to this show until you've played it.

Any long-time listener of the ElectricSistaHood podcast knows that Ninja loves her some God of War. The game, in its many incarnations, has been the subject of many a discussion over the last 12 years.

Some games are there to give us brand new experiences, in places far from our normal existence. Other games hit a little to close to home and make us uncomfortable.

No, we aren't talking about geometric tangents. That's a whole 'nother podcast.

We give you a rare treat with this week's podcast: A behind the scenes look at what we go through when we record the podcast.

There's a point in this week's podcast that sound suspiciously like a question from the old game show The $20,000 Pyramid. And you'll find yourself playing right along with the Sistahs as they try to figure out the solution to the question: Things That Rhyme With "Dell."

In the early 2980s, actor Orson Welles hawked Paul Masson wines on TV with the tagline, "We will sell no wine before its time." Just like California wines, the sistahs have the same attitude about video games: They would prefer to sidle up to them a while to them before they reveal their true feelings.