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Christian Mincks

Christian Mincks
Christian recently earned a degree in Creative Writing and now spends almost all of his free time playing Nintendo games. He understands this makes him a generally unhireable person and is grateful to GameSpew for giving him a platform regardless. Christian is an amateur speedrunner, garage rocker, and cautious optimist with an affinity for collectathon platformers, action RPGs, and shooters with spunk. Favorite games: Majora's Mask, Banjo Tooie, We <3 Katamari.

She Remembered Caterpillars Review

She Remembered Caterpillars is what would happen if your grade school art teacher also dabbled in geometric circuit puzzles.

Woodle Tree 2: Worlds Review

Believe it or not, I don't particularly enjoy writing negative reviews. Some critics get a kick out of unloading snark and sarcasm over the games...

Featherpunk Prime Review

Here's the pitch: You're a Cyber-Flamingo and all your buddies have been birdnapped. It's time to storm the Cybirdroid Headquarters with an arsenal of bulky...

Lion Quest Review

Let me start off this review by saying Lion Quest, the game I've been playing for the past week, is not at all what I expected...

Near Death Review

Something felt downright wrong about playing Orthogonal Games' Antarctic survival simulator Near Death in a temperature-controlled apartment in an ozone-depleted city in the middle of...

Lovely Planet Arcade Review

Lovely Planet Arcade is a twitch shooter that will kick your butt, pat your wounds, and give you butterfly kisses that turn into literal butterflies.

The Deed: Dynasty Review

The year is 1401. William Bruce approaches the mansion of the man who ruined his life with one goal in mind. He grabs an axe and...

Crimson Room: Decade Review

If you grew up during the 2000s, chances are you made your way to websites like Newgrounds or Ebaumsworld. Working around school internet firewalls during...

Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

If you press the Start button in Kirby: Planet Robobot while Kirby is in his default form, there's an interesting message on the pause screen. It reads...

Zero Time Dilemma Review

When Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors released back in 2010, it was unlike anything I had ever experienced. Sure, the puzzles differed little from browser-based escape-the-room games,...

Mecha Ritz: Steel Rondo Review

The bullet hell shmup always been a game genre that fascinated me. Sadly, I have not played enough games in the genre to call myself anything...

Star Fox Zero Review

You know when you and a group of friends all go to see a movie just to laugh at it? Everybody comes out of the...

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