Kenneth Shepard

PROFILE:

Gaming Trend Podcast host. Lover of Mass Effect, Danganronpa, The Last of Us and self-proclaimed Coca-Cola enthusiast. When he's not writing or talking about video games you'll find him sobbing about the lives of fictional characters.

Posts by Kenneth Shepard:

Life will change: Persona 5 review

by 2 weeks ago

I’m amazed to say that after nearly 100 hours in Persona 5’s twisted depiction of Tokyo, I never once felt like it was wasting my time. In this time frame, …

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NISA introduces four of the Ultimates featured in Danganronpa V3

by 4 weeks ago

NIS America is spotlighting the new group of Ultimates students featured in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. The publisher has set up profiles for four out of the sixteen high school …

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Mass Effect: Andromeda launch trailer shows what’s at stake for Ryder

by 2 months ago

    Bioware has released Mass Effect: Andromeda's launch trailer ahead of the game's March 21st release date. Set to Rag'n'Bone Man's "Human," the launch trailer shows several scenes from the game …

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    Danganronpa Another Episode gets PlayStation 4 release date

    by 3 months ago

    NIS America has announced that Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls will be coming to PlayStation 4 on June 27th. The spin-off, which takes place between Danganropa: Trigger Happy Havoc …

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    NISA confirms “Launch Edition” of Danganronpa V3 on PS4

    by 4 months ago

    If the special edition of Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is out of your price range, NIS America has confirmed some additional content will be available as part of "Launch Edition" …

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    Unstoppable force meets immovable object: Batman: The Telltale Series review

    by 5 months ago

    At the end of the first season of Batman, I’m feeling conflicted about Telltale's take on the superhero and the city of Gotham. On one hand, the series absolutely lives …

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    Too Much is Never Enough: Final Fantasy XV review

    by 5 months ago

      For better and worse, Final Fantasy XV’s design feels reactionary to recent criticism the series has faced. In an attempt to shake off accusations of linearity, Final Fantasy XV opens …

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      Frozen in time: The Last Guardian Review

      by 5 months ago

      Calling The Last Guardian "a product of its time" may seem like a misnomer, but, considering the game's troubled development, it isn't surprising that the long-awaited followup to Shadow of …

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      Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony confirmed for western launch in 2017

      by 5 months ago

      NIS America and Spike Chunsoft announced at PlayStation Experience that New Danganronpa V3 will come to North America in 2017 as Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation …

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      New Final Fantasy XV trailer breaks down everything you need to know about the game

      by 5 months ago

      If you haven't been paying attention to Final Fantasy XV in its final years of development, Square-Enix has released a new trailer that breaks the game down so you know …

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      Persona 5 delayed once again into April

      by 5 months ago

      Atlus has announced that Persona 5 has been delayed once more until April 4th. The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 RPG was originally coming to North America in February, but …

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      Child’s Play: World of Final Fantasy review

      by 6 months ago

      World of Final Fantasy is a game that spends so much time paying tribute to the series it draws from that it doesn’t spend enough time fleshing out the parts …

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