Category: PC Archives | Broken Joysticks

Jan
21

Tom Clancy’s The Division 1.6 Patch Notes Released Ahead of New Expansion

The streets of the desolated New York City in Tom Clancy’s The Division seemed barren for months until this falls 1.4 patch which saw thousands of agents descend into the chaos filled streets once more thanks to a number of positive […]

Jan
19

Killing Floor 2 Takes A Tropical Vacation In Latest Update

Killing Floor 2 gets a huge content infusion with the release of the Tropical Bash Content Pack on Windows PC and PlayStation 4 today. Bringing a brand new map set on a tropical island, a new mace & shield for […]

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

Perception, A New First Person Horror Experience Coming From Ex Irrational Devs

Developers from the now defunct Irrational Games have formed a new studio, The Deep End Games, and have unveiled their first project – Perception, a first person horror experience that will be coming to both Windows PC and PlayStation 4. […]

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
18

DarkNet Bringing Cyberpunk Hacking To The PlayStation VR

Vancouver based game developers Archiact VR Games are remastering their successful PC hacking simulator DarkNet for the PlayStation VR. This updated immersive hacking sim features a neon aesthetic and grid based user interface is due out this spring. Archiact VR […]

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 […]

Jan
12

Lego City Undercover Spies On Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 and PC This Spring

Warner Bros Interactive is assigning their veteran LEGO cop Chase McCain to another adventure through LEGO City with the current generation re-release of 2013’s previously Wii U exclusive LEGO City Undercover. LEGO City Undercover is an open world city exploration titles that allows […]

Jan
07

Half Life 3 Confirmed…. To Be Prototyped With RTS Elements

Half-Life might as well be a mythical unicorn that poops rainbows and that could even the oldest video cards into a GTX 1080 by the simply being loaded. One journalist from Games Informer attempted to track down the elusive 10 […]

Jan
04

Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 5: City of Light | Review

So, here it is, the finale to Telltales adaptation of Batman. This first attempt by Telltale at telling Batman’s story has come to an end and the question now becomes “did it end with a bang or was it a […]

Jan
03

Assassin’s Creed Humble Bundle Offers The Stabby Stabby

Ubisoft has partnered with Humble Bundle for their latest sneak attack – the Humble Assassin’s Creed Bundle. Offering up the 2007 original plus the 2D side scrolling “Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles” titles for just a buck provides entertainment you can’t really hide from. To find […]

Jan
02

Steam Sale or Why I Should Stop Buying So Many Games

Today is the final day for Valve’s annual holiday Steam Sale and that means you have less than 24 hours to save money on some of the biggest games of 2016 as well as an ever expanding catalog of indie […]

Dec
31

Mass Effect Andromeda Gameplay To Be Shown At CES

New gameplay footage from Bioware’s next space RPG adventure Mass Effect Andromeda will be shown at Nvidia’s Consumer Electronics Show keynote event on January 4th. The confirmation of a brand new gameplay trailer, which will reportedly focus on in-game environments, comes […]

Dec
28

Shift Controller To Offer Room Scale Like Experience Without Sensors

Virtual Reality motion controllers can add to the immersion of an interactive experience but setting up various base-stations and sensors can be a daunting task for the less hardcore among us. The Shift cross-platform controller purports to offer a simpler solutions […]

Dec
27

ARK Devs Offering Future Content For Steam Award Votes

With both the Steam Winter Sale and Steam Awards underway a number of 2016’s biggest titles are gaining a lot of attention. It isn’t uncommon for developers & community managers to rally their communities to garner votes but in the […]