Kenneth Shepard Avatar Image

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,
Sort by: Page 3 of 8

The Walking Dead: Michonne feels like twice the amount of well-worn territory than Telltale series typically deal with, and much of that comes from its existing within a property that is reaching the ceiling of its dramatic potential.

Read full review

While some problems that weren't present in the Vita version have made their way into Danganronpa on PC, everything that makes the game great is still intact on the platform.

Read full review

Mar 13, 2016

Disgaea 4 is charming and light-hearted with a fun battle system with depth that is less on the surface than some might be looking for. If you’ve never played it before, the price and content packed in make the Vita version the right choice for those looking to try it out.

Read full review

“Give No Shelter” still doesn’t do much to stand out among everything else in The Walking Dead’s universe, but it does make a more compelling case for its main character’s struggle.

Read full review

Minecraft: Story Mode settles into a new identity and story with “Order Up!,” one that isn’t beholden to past mistakes.

Read full review

With mysteries more elaborate and impactful, Danganronpa 2 is a masterfully crafted story that sets the stage for some challenging puzzles of logic and deduction.

Read full review

As Michonne concludes it becomes clear that this mini-series does little to nothing to differentiate itself from everything The Walking Dead has already offered, nor does it do much to excuse the general sameness of everything Telltale is doing these days.

Read full review

May 5, 2016

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End brings closure with a lovingly crafted goodbye to its hero, one that leaves the series on a near universal high note.

Read full review

Telltale’s take on Batman is fresh, and shows a side of Bruce Wayne most games shy away from, and that’s enough to make it interesting as we head into the rest of the season.

Read full review

Oct 25, 2016

World of Final Fantasy offers up a great tribute to the history of the franchise, but as its own game it has little to nothing of substance to say.

Read full review

Sort by: Page 3 of 8