Category: PC Archives | Broken Joysticks

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
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
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
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
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

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

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
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 […]

Jan
31

Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 2 Features Project CARS, Enslaved, Naruto and More

Humble and Bandai Namco have joined together to promote a bundle full of recent & older AAA titles to benefit charity. If you missed out on Project CARS or enjoy the Naruto Ultimate Ninja titles then perhaps this brand new […]

Jan
30

Bethesda Reveals Hi Res Texture Pack For Fallout 4, Lists Unannounced AMD Graphics Card In Requirements

Bethesda has announced that both a high resolution texture pack for Fallout 4 on PC and support for the PlayStation Pro will be coming next week to the Boston wastes. The most interesting thing from their announcement has actually been […]

Jan
27

Pillars of Eternity Sequel Reaches Funding Raising Goals Within 24 Hours

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has reached its funding goals on Fig in less than 24 hours, raising over $1.1 million USD with the help of 9, 741 fans, Obsidian Entertainment announced this morning. Deadfire seers players return to the world of Eora, […]

Jan
27

What does the possible elimination of the NEA mean to video games?

In the United States, there is a federal agency that goes by the name the National Endowment of the Arts. According to their website, they are “an independent federal agency that funds, promotes, and strengthens the creative capacity of our […]

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 […]