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Kenneth Shepard


Favorite Games:
  • Mass Effect 3
  • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
  • The Last of Us

71 games reviewed
75.2 average score
80 median score
52.2% of games recommended

Kenneth Shepard's Reviews

When he's not writing about games, you can find Kenneth Shepard sobbing hysterically about the lives of fictional characters,
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Nov 19, 2014

While Persona Q's story may be meaningless on its own, the dungeon crawling and strategic battle system are great challenges with an excellent cast to keep you company.

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Mar 16, 2015

No amount of visual updates can mask the fact that Type-0 was clearly never designed to be on consoles. What great ideas it has are buried under a story that's rendered meaningless and a camera that prevents you from seeing most of them in the first place.

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75 / 100 - Broken Age
May 3, 2015

Despite long stretches of anger-inducing logic in Act II, Broken Age as a whole is a poignant and clever adventure game that is worth playing through, even if it never lives up to the promise of its midpoint.

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More than halfway through, Game of Thrones finally feels like its own story, not one trapped within the confines of another, and that's what makes "Sons of Winter" the best episode in the series yet.

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Looking at the first half of Game of Thrones and comparing it to what it's become in the past two episodes, it's hard to deny that, despite a slow start, the series has truly come into its own.

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Another Episode may not be the game that some Danganronpa fans want, but it’s the game that the series needs. The spin-off shows that there is substance for this series outside the walls of Hope’s Peak while maintaining enough ties to its core story to feel essential. Danganronpa tackles shooting and action with the same confidence it does mystery and storytelling, and Another Episode stands proud next to the masterfully crafted visual novels from which it spawned.

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There's a lot of new content for the Dragon Age enthusiast to enjoy here. The Descent is a worthwhile return to Thedas even if there's strange design choices that you'll have to suffer through to get to the best parts.

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Sep 3, 2015

Tearaway: Unfolded is full of the same enchanting charm and clever design found in the original, and the PlayStation 4 gives it a new stage to captivate both returning and new audiences alike.

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Sep 10, 2015

Dancing All Night is full of spirit and celebration unparalleled in the series thus far. Despite the dark and implausible story in the background, Dancing All Night is a concentrated dose of the most uplifting, cheerful, and fun side of the series, all set to a fantastic soundtrack that will get anyone dancing.

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With "Trespasser," Dragon Age: Inquisition feels complete. Players get a chance to spend a little more time with the wonderful cast, and get a glimpse into what the members of the Inquisition will be doing next, making "Trespasser" a fitting send off to one of Bioware's best.

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