In addition to being Victor Lucas’s full-time co-host on Reviews on the Run and part-time co-host on The Electric Playground, Scott is also an accomplished writer and editor. While Scott currently generates editorial content for ElecPlay.com and ReviewsOnTheRun.com, he has also written for Playboy, Esquire, USA Today, and The New York Times, among other places. A transplanted American, Scott left his New York City home in 2009 to join forces with Victor Lucas in Vancouver, British Columbia. Since then, the dynamic duo of Lucas and Jones has shot more than 500 episodes of television together, establishing themselves as two of the industry’s most prolific—and most reliable—critics. Though Reviews on the Run is Scott’s first love, recently he’s been moonlighting as a field reporter for The Electric Playground, conducting on-camera interviews with such industry luminaries as Dr. Ray Muzyka, David Jaffe, and Ted Price. Scott, who considers himself a writer at heart and who is relatively soft spoken in person, routinely credits Victor with turning him into “a TV person.” Scott wakes up every morning feeling excited to do his job, which is the direct result of having had approximately a hundred other miserable jobs prior to this one (including an unfortunate stint as a shopping mall Santa Claus). In his spare time, Scott also teaches a course on game journalism at Vancouver Film School and volunteers as a “Big” with Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver. Scott’s most recent accomplishment: he completed 101 levels of Donkey Kong (Game Boy, 1994) in 101 days. You can read about this epic endeavor at his website, scottcjones.com.