Author: Matthew Regier, Author at Broken Joysticks


Jet Set Radio HD: Review

Sega has brought back a blast from the past with a new shiny gloss. It’s time dust off those roller skates and tune in back into Jet Set Radio HD. After 12 long years this fan favorite Dreamcast title is […]


DayZ: Thoughts and Impressions

Welcome to the island Chernarus, a 225 km² post-Soviet island state, a land that is one of the few living places that hasn’t been infected by the virus that turns its citizens into ferocious zombies. Struggling each day in order […]


Deadlight: Review

This is not the end, nor is it the beginning. This is just another day. A dead world ruled by the living dead. What few survivors there are have their hopes laid out to reach the coveted Safe Point on […]


The Book of Unwritten Tales: Review

In the humble year of 2009 a little known German company, King Art, went forth on the great task of breathing fresh air into what has otherwise been a stale and stagnated genre of fantasy adventure. The journey was long, […]


The Walking Dead: Starved For Help [Episode 2] Review

In case you haven’t read the first review of this ongoing series you can find that here. Have you ever been so hungry that you would be willing to do anything for a meal? What price would you pay for […]


Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown Review

The smooth flowing cinematic fighting experience, Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown has touched down upon the Xbox Live Arcade, and the Playstation Network. It has been a few years since the initial release of Virtua Fighter 5: ONLINE and Final […]


South Park Stick of Truth E3 Demo

Matt Stone and Tray Parker come on stage after a new trailer for the highly anticipated South Park: The Stick of Truth. The South Park creators discussed their time mapping out the town of South Park and praising the visual […]


Tomb Raider: Gameplay Teaser

From Crystal Dynamics they bring forward Tomb Raider. The demo showed is an action sequence showing off a bunch of really cool stuff. Opening up with showing off the mechanics of the hunting bow that Lara uses. The game utilizes […]


Splinter Cell: Blacklist Unveiled

The unveiling of Splintercell Blacklist shows our favorite covert operative showing a strangely Solid Snake style uniform along the Iraqi border working to stop a blacklist attack. The game play appears to be a mix of the advances made in Splinter […]


Skullgirls | Review

Punch, kick, it’s all in the input. That’s what could be said of the Reverge Games’ explosive new fighter, Skullgirls. On the surface this Autumn Games’ published title will look like any other all-female cast fighting game in the same […]


Capcom Decides To Step Back On DLC Approach

Capcom, the most popular developer for people to hate when the words “downloadable content” are mentioned have decided to reevaluate their approach when it comes to releasing DLC for their new games. Particularly their on-disc DLC that have fans upset […]


Our Day With Sony: Part Two

Continuing on from Part One of the Sony Press Event where I was able to check out some upcoming games for the PS3 and Vita. Since the event a couple of these games have already been released, so there will […]


Sony Press Event – My Day With The Games

I had the opportunity to go spend a day at a Sony press event where they were able to show off a bunch of upcoming games coming out for the Playstation 3 and Vita. Beforehand I only knew of a […]


EA Admits to Poor Origin Communication

Origin, Electronic Art’s digital distribution platform that has been around for just over a year now has turned to its user base to help get some corners smoothed out. EA, admitting they could have done a better job in “communicating […]


Nintendo To Support Digital Downloads

Starting in August Nintendo will begin releasing its first party titles, and possibly allowing third party titles in both physical and digital releases simultaneously. This new digital distribution service is going to affect both the 3DS and the Wii U […]