Author: Jason Bassett, Author at Broken Joysticks

Feb
28

Kojima Talks PS4: Excited About Interaction

Hideo Kojima is more excited about interaction than hardware it seems. In a recent interview with IGN, Kojima states that he is more excited in the social and long ranged feature sets of the Playstation 4 saying: I can say […]

Feb
27

New Deus Ex in the Works?

Dues Ex: Human Revolution released in 2011 with great fanfare. Not only was the game revered for it’s great stealth gameplay, but excellent narrative. Since then, people have been clamoring for something new for Adam Jensen and Deus Ex…do we […]

Feb
26

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Now Available for PS Vita

On the week after the release of Metal Gear Rising: Revengance, Big Boss wants to sneak out once again. But, now he will get a new chance to shine on the Playstation Vita. Players can now download Metal Gear Solid: Peace […]

Feb
26

Cliff Bleszinski talks State of the Industry

According to Cliff Bleszinski, it seems as though the time is not right to be a console developer. That’s what Bleszinki recently said during an interview with GameIndustry.biz. In his interview Bleszinski states that: “This business has not been in […]

Feb
26

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance | Review

Version tested: Xbox 360 Fast is a good adjective to describe Raiden. Lightning-quick is another good one. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a very fast and highly violent video game–very violent. It’s possible that one could become nauseous at the […]

Dec
11

Square Enix Announces Star Galaxy

Square Enix officially announced Star Galaxy. A brand new social game that will work in-tune with your browser of choice. The entire page is mostly in Japanese and it’s was pretty hard to gauge at first read. The trailer that […]

Dec
11

Zone of the Enders HD | Review

Version Tested: Xbox 360 (Also available on PlayStation 3).  In March of 2001, Konami unleashed a new type of game on the world with Zone of the Enders. It was a completely different take on the Mech action genre and […]

Dec
07

The Walking Dead is Your Game of the Year

Tonight at the Video Game Awards, we were finally told what this year’s Game of the Year award is and that game is The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead is an episodic downloadable title from TellTale Games and has been […]

Dec
03

Dead or Alive 5 Plus Announced for Vita

If you wanted to get more and more of those beautiful women that will kick you into next wednesday, well, we have your fix. Dead or Alive 5 PLUS has been officially announced for the Playstation Vita. The announcement was made […]

Dec
02

Ubisoft’s U-Play App Now Available on Nintendo E-Shop

Yesterday, Ubisoft officially released the U-Play app and is now available through the Nintendo Wii-U’s EShop. When the user downloads and installs the application, the user will need to enter a username and password to access special features upon using […]

Nov
26

No Multiplayer for Bioshock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite comes out in February of next year and we have been waiting for a long time for the latest game in the Bioshock series. Unfortunately, for most fans of the series, there will be NO multiplayer in Bioshock […]

Nov
24

Wii U: Assassin’s Creed III

Being a fan of the franchise of Assassin’s Creed III, it was so hard to wait for the Wii U version. I finally got the time to play the game and beat it within a short time. It’s been a […]

Nov
23

Wii U: The Next Generation is Here! Part One

It’s finally here. Nintendo finally launched its brand new console and I have spent a week drooling and playing on it for the last week now. It’s only been five days, but other than my day job, I have done […]

Nov
15

Wii U Does Not Support Achievements

Thinking of signing up and start raking up achievements? Not so fast there. Nintendo does not currently support a universe achievement feature in the Wii U. Jeremiah Slaczka, the creative director and co-founder of the studio 5TH Cell posted on […]

Nov
14

007 Legends | Review

I have been a big fan of the 007 franchise since the days of Goldeneye (both the movie and the game). I haven’t missed one in theaters since Die Another Day and I have loved the countless old-time 007 movies […]