Articles by Christian Mincks
A few years ago, when I fancied myself becoming "The Thinking Man's Horror Game YouTuber," I assembled a list of the most interesting and experimental horror games to play and dissect.
Visual novels seem to work better when they give players (or readers, as the case may be) more to do beyond clicking to advance through text boxes.
When I'm looking for new games to play, I don't usually start with sims.
The release of Yooka-Laylee last month seems to have gotten a ball rolling.
Nintendo may have tolled the death knell for the NES Classic Edition, but that doesn't mean we can't sit
I've always had mixed feelings about the Syberia series.
The Butterfly Sign is a game that took me three days to beat. Rather, it is a game that took three days to get running, and then about ninety minutes to beat. So we'll start with that.
The Momodora series is simultaneously delicious and frustrating. The three original games feature some of the richest sprite art in indie games alongside smooth, lightning-quick gameplay.
Look, I won't mince words. The Switch launch has been kind of rough.
I tried, I really did.
With the release of NieR: Automata, many players are about to enter the bizarro world of NieR, a 2010 action-RPG from the crazy minds of Yoko Taro and Yosuke Saito, for the first