Author Archives: William Shelton

About William Shelton

I'm 25 years old and currently attending Spokane Community College and hoping to get a degree in journalism. I'm hoping to make video game journalism my full time job, with a Specific interest in working for Destructoid.

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe is the absolute worse kind of game to write a review for. It isn’t bad, but it does nothing interesting and doesn’t lend itself to any interesting discussion. Jettomero is the gamification of milquetoast radio-rock: … Continue reading

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Bear With Me Episode Three

The problem with reviewing episodic games is the fact that by the time the last episode comes out everything of interest has already been said. That’s the case here. If you’ve kept up with my reviews you already know everything … Continue reading

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Dusk Episode One

Dusk feels almost tailor-made for my particular brand of smug liberal elitism. It’s a game where you fight a magical cult of rural rednecks with nothing but the tools of human ingenuity. It’s a game where a god might be … Continue reading

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Necrosphere

At its core, Necrosphere is a really good, well-made platformer. Developer Cat Nigiri clearly has an obvious talent for creating interesting puzzles and levels. This is even more impressive when you consider the fact that the game doesn’t shake up … Continue reading

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