Author: Les Major, Author at Broken Joysticks

Feb
10

Leaked Mega Bloks Set Reveals Potential Destiny Tower Battle

There’s nothing set in stone about toy sets. Manufacturers aren’t bound to make products that follow series canon perfectly. So gamers shouldn’t look too far into this latest announcement about leaked Mega Bloks Destiny sets, however one interesting detail has […]

Feb
10

theHunter: Call Of The Wild Reveals Layton Lake Trailer

Continuing our coverage of Expansive Worlds beautiful woodlands simulator that I’ll be wandering through soon, we have a new trailer highlighting the Layton Lake district of the reserve. The hunting simulator which promises to be very immersive and detailed will […]

Feb
10

LEGO Batman Builds Up The Lego Dimensions Collection Today

To coincide with the release of The LEGO Batman Movie hitting theaters today, fans can pick up the LEGO Batman Movie story pack for LEGO Dimensions! We absolutely loved the Fantastic Beasts story pack and if the previous content is […]

Feb
07

Bleed 2 Is Locked And Loaded For Release Tomorrow

If you haven’t played Bleed, you’ve really missed out on some indie game magic. With solid controls, slowing time mechanics, and free aim shooting it’s a wild ride! Bleed 2 looks to be even more of that action with lots […]

Feb
06

The Intro To Torment: Tides of Numenera Has Me Hooked

In a pleasant surprise today, i nXile provided me with an Early Access key to Torment: Tides of Numenera. I have to admit, it’s taking a LOT of willpower to not just get back into the game and ignore my […]

Feb
02

Goonies, Lego City, And Hermione Join LEGO Dimensions Soon

Even more action is coming to the wonder world of LEGO Dimensions! At least two all new sets are on the way for May 9th and those include Goonies and Lego City. The coolest news about these releases? Of course […]

Jan
29

Splatoon 2 Has A Single Player Story Set Two Years After First Game

WHAT? Where was this news at the Nintendo Switch reveal? That’s right! I heard officially from a Nintendo PR rep at our recent Switch press event that yes, Splatoon 2 will indeed have a single player story campaign just like […]

Jan
28

“Arms” Surprises As One Of The Best Games At Switch Press Event

We’ve all seen the footage from the Nintendo Switch Reveal. Gamers have questioned just what was going to be worthwhile with this new console. Was it going to be the big new thing? Then there’s all that footage of that […]

Jan
26

theHunter: Call Of The Wild Has Some Amazing Visuals

Sport hunting titles seem like they’ve been around forever. I remember back in the 90s playing Deer Hunting simulators that felt like DOOM mods. It’s a genre that has quite a history. Even GTA 5 had deer hunting, let alone […]

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 […]