Author: Rae Michelle Richards, Author at Broken Joysticks

Feb
18

Final Fantasy VII Remake Gets Two New Screenshots Showing First Boss

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII remake for current generation consoles might seem like vaporware given the fact that it has almost been two years since the initial reveal trailers’ debut but two brand new screenshots have surfaced showing the game’s […]

Feb
18

World of Darkness Returns With a Pair of Interactive Novels

World of Darkness creators White Wolf have returned to the realm of video games with a pair of interactive stories available on Steam, iOS and Android devices. Modeled after the old “choose your own adventure” stories from the 80s & […]

Feb
17

Loot Anime X Crunchyroll Space Themed Unboxing [Video]

Every month Lootcrate drops a subscription box to anime fans with a different monthly theme. In this latest unboxing we strap on our exo suit, jump into the nearest giant mecha and prepare to blast off into space. Featuring items […]

Feb
16

EVE Valkyrie Wormhole Update Now Live

CCP Games has rolled out a new major update to EVE: Valkyrie on both Windows PC and PlayStation VR that introduces Wormholes to the multiplayer space dog fighting title. Wormholes are essentially weekly challenges that will introduce players to advanced […]

Feb
14

Counter Strike Global Offensive Takes On Gambling & Dust Remake In New Interview

Valve News Network got the chance to sit down with members of the Counter Strike Global Offensive development team during their recent trip to Valve’s offices.  During the over 20 minute interview VNN got the chance to talk to dev team […]

Feb
12

Splatoon 2 Global Test Fire Coming To Nintendo Switch On March 24th

Nintendo will reward Switch early adaptors with a chance to try out this summer’s upcoming Splat Fest Splatoon 2 for one weekend only. After showing the game off during the Nintendo Switch reveal event last month members of the press & […]

Feb
11

Overwatch Custom Game Browser Now Available On PTR

Overwatch’s game director Jeff Kaplan took to YouTube this week to announce that custom games are getting an overhaul along with the launch of the first version of a custom server browser, allowing players to search custom games for the first […]

Feb
10

SEGA’s Make War Not Love Promotion Returns Next Week

SEGA will once again mobilize the player communities of their various Real Time Strategy game franchise in a battle for ultimate supremacy. The causalities? Our Steam libraries of course! Everyone can register over on their official site for Make War […]

Feb
08

Tiny Build Confirms Party Hard Sequel Using New Engine

Indie publisher Tiny Build has announced that their 2015 stealth action title Party Hard will be receiving a sequel in the form of Party Hard 2.  Not only have they announced that the game will utilize a new engine but […]

Feb
08

Atelier Sophie Synthesized For Steam Release

The latest alchemically magical release in the long-running Atelier series has finally been concocted for Steam thanks to the wizards at Koei Tecmo. Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book is now available on Steam for $32.99 CDN or […]

Feb
07

Report: Square Enix Recoups Final Fantasy XV Development Costs

Seems that Noctis, Gladio, Prompto and Ignis succeeded in one particular mission the first day that Final Fantasy XV was available to the public – breaking even on its development costs. The game’s director Hajime Tabata stated to DualShockers during a recent […]

Feb
07

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Has Gone Gold

It appears that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has gone gold according to a tweet by Monolith Soft developer which Google Translate reads as “A certain title launch party at a certain hotel in Kyoto”. Is this […]

Feb
07

Sniper Elite 4 Getting PS4 Pro Support

Rebellion Developments the U.K based development house behind the Sniper Elite series has confirmed that the latest entry in the franchise, Sniper Elite 4, will support additional features on the PlayStation 4 Pro.   PS4 pro owners will not only […]

Feb
06

I Made A Game About 2000s Instant Messengers Thanks To LoveJam

Developing video games isn’t something that I can confess to have a large amount of knowledge about but alas I’ve spent the past year or so learning the basics of Unity 3D and C#. This past weekend I took part […]

Feb
02

Zenimax Buys Doom Co-Developer Escalation Studios

Zenimax, the parent company of publisher Bethesda Softworks, announced recently that they have acquired Dallas-based developers Escalation Studios. If you haven’t heard of the folks at Escalation Studios before I wouldn’t blame you but they have worked on a number […]