Category: PC Archives | Broken Joysticks

Aug
25

Office Apps To Give Your A Productivity Boost

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Aug
25

Don’t Panic! Your Favorite Overwatch Agent Won’t Be Retired

Could some of our favorite Overwatch agents be retired? After an initial comment to Game Informer by Jeff Kaplan regards to the possibility of removing existing heroes the game director has taken to the official forums to expand upon his comments. […]

Aug
24

SEGA’s PAX West Line-up Heads To Space, Rolls Around At The Speed of Sound & More

SEGA is officially returning to the PAX West show floor later this month with a line-up of upcoming titles. Attendees won’t have to scheme with Dr.Eggman to get their hands on the latest the publisher has to offer as multiple […]

Aug
22

Savage Lands Is Actually Pretty Neat

As far as early access goes and something that was nearly given away on the base tier of a recent Humble Bundle, Savage Lands is actually a pretty fun experience. At first glance I just assumed it was a basic […]

Aug
21

Momodora Is A Metroidvania Worth Exploring

It’s been a little while since Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight was released on Steam, but it’s definitely a title Metroidvania fans should take a look at. The game is even currently on sale at just $6.99 USD! I’ve been […]

Aug
19

Rainbow Jam ’16 and how game jams help the industry

As August continues, a number of game jam events are scheduled to take place.  These game jams are giving opportunities for smaller indie developers to showcase their skills and network with others in the gaming community, all while enjoying a […]

Aug
19

Cities Skylines Gets Destroyed In New Natural Disasters Expansion

Paradox Interactive announced the first expansion for Cities Skylines in almost an entire year – Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters – which will bring an often requested feature, the ability to destroy your metropolis with a variety of devastating events.  It’s not just […]

Aug
16

Powerhouse GeForce 10 GPUs Headline New Line of AORUS Laptops

We’ve written quite a bit about the desktop iterations of Nvidia’s next-generation GeForce 10 line of graphics cards but now the first laptops with the mobile versions of these GPUs are about to hit the market. Laptop manufacturer AORUS has […]

Aug
15

What Is The Upcoming Steam JRPG Trillion Anyway?

Trillion is an Idea Factory title in which you power up to take on Trillion, the god of destruction! Sounds nice, happy and to the point doesn’t it? Trillion seemingly gets his name from the 1,000,000,000,000 hit points he has. […]

Aug
15

Nuka-World Official Trailer Released Today

On August 30th, Fallout 4 fans will get to take on last summer vacation before we get into September. Bethesda Softworks’s last DLC entry in the post apocalyptic RPG adventure takes players to a theme park based on the Nuka […]

Aug
15

Rodina Lets You Travel Between Planets Too

While checking out No Man’s Sky on Steam about a week ago, the recommended section lead to me a title called Rodina. Released just over two years ago, it’s also a space adventure that lets you take control of a […]

Aug
14

Guardians of Ember Coming To Steam Early Access This September

Veteran game developers Runewater have announced their latest game Guardians of Ember will be available on Steam Early Access next month. This brand new isometric hack & slash action title looks to take more than a few cues from Blizzard’s Diablo […]

Aug
13

Ray Gigant Holding Strong On Steam New Releases

With titles like No Man’s Sky just being released this week, you’d figure it would be difficult to be anyone else. That’s not the case with Acttil Steam release of Ray Gigant which is still holding strong on the popular […]

Aug
13

LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens | Review

LEGO games have gone through many adventures. It’s a hit phenomenon that has even spun off a “toys to life” NFC game with LEGO Dimensions. The main franchise has kept a good track record of adding new content instead of […]

Aug
13

No Man’s Sky Review: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Exploring

Review written by John Edward Bridgman – follow him on Twitter at @JEBWrench!   Finally, after all the speculation, articles, and setbacks, Hello Games’ space explorer No Man’s Sky is here. We are finally able to answer the question, “What is No […]