Author: Les Major, Author at Broken Joysticks

Jan
19

First 11 – Check Out Our Torn Tales Gameplay Footage

Today, I’m starting a new YouTube series to show off some of the PC titles we tackle. Each video will focus on the first eleven minutes of gameplay. Odds are though if I don’t keep track of time again, there […]

Jan
18

Rising World Is A Fun Minecraft Alternative To Explore

There are tons of Minecraft like titles out there and it’s hard to tell what isn’t just more of the same. Back in the earlier days of the series, many indie titles filled the gap of similar games on Xbox […]

Jan
15

Avernum Is An Incredible Retro Experience

Somehow, as a long time PC gamer, I missed the Exile series. The original top down RPG Exile: Escape From The Pit was released in 1995! Like some of my friends, I’d just assumed that Avernum was a newer series […]

Dec
07

Dead Rising 4 Changes Are Awesome For Casual Fans

I’ve seen a lot of complaints online addressing the changes made to Dead Rising 4 and in some ways I get how hardcore fans must feel. I admit, Dead Rising 3 for me was an accomplishment. When I took down […]

Dec
05

Dead Rising 4 Pre-Release Stream Tonight At 9pm EST

Ready for some more Pre-Release action from your friends at Darkain Arts Gamers? Tune in tonight at 9pm EST to see us slaying the holiday blues away at Willamette Mall and the surrounding township! Tune in and join that chat! […]

Nov
30

The Sandbox Evolution | REVIEW

In a good way, The Sandbox Evolution feels like a PC port of a mobile game inspired by Scribblenauts. Then on top of that there’s also pixel art creation and interesting thermodynamic gameplay. Much of this is covered in short […]

Nov
10

Fantastic Beasts Coming To Lego Dimensions This Month

Releasing the same day as movie theaters bring viewers back into the Wizarding world that started in Harry Potter, Lego Dimensions is also getting swept up in the expanded universe adventure! The Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Story […]

Nov
10

Lego Dimensions Gremlins Trailer Featuring Marceline

Keeping fun and enjoyable, Lego Dimensions is rolling out even more content later this month! Already the likes of A-Team, Mission Impossible, Ghostbusters (2016), and even Harry Potter have joined the cross franchise ranks. Of course the best of all […]

Oct
12

Paper Mario: Color Splash | REVIEW

Paper Mario Color Splash is a comical and nostalgic entry in the franchise that almost takes on a 90’s PC adventure game vibe. With less emphasis on RPG elements in this release it may feel awkward at first, but it’s […]

Sep
29

Destiny: Rise Of Iron | REVIEW

Considering it sounds like Bungie was hoping to have Destiny 2 out by now and Rise of Iron wasn’t originally in the cards, you’d be hard pressed to know it. In this expansion you venture into the plaguelands, a patrol […]

Sep
14

Supergirl Introduces E.T. To LEGO Dimensions

LEGO Dimensions is definitely an amazing way to experience various franchises, and on September 27th the new wave starts rolling out for even more content! That’s right, you don’t need to buy a whole new set to keep this party […]

Sep
12

Join Darkain Arts ReCore Pre-Release Stream Tonight At 9pm EST

Can’t wait for the 13th to see more ReCore action? Stop by and check out Darkain Arts Gamers streaming the new game produced by Keiji Inafune of Mega Man fame! Trust us, you’ll want to check this one out. Especially […]

Aug
26

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Story Trailer

The latest Compile Heart title headed on PlayStation Vita received a new trailer today giving some insight into MeiQ’s story. This dungeon crawling RPG features first person exploration, sort of like Etrian Odyssey but with actual triggered event style turn […]

Aug
23

OC Remix Has Released A Chrono Trigger Jazz Album

Overclocked Remix has released their 60th album project, this one focuses on giving Chrono Trigger fantastic soundtrack a jazz remake. Featuring eight tracks performed by a jazz ensemble it’s quite the treat! Focusing on one tune from each era of […]

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 […]