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Genre: Adventure, Shooter

Platforms: Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows)

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Fix Time Before It Destroys Everything!

When time breaks, catastrophe becomes your playground. As hero Jack Joyce, you'll fight your way through epic disasters that stutter back and forth in time. But surviving this unstable world--and halting the end of time itself--is only possible by mastering your new time powers.


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Based on 26
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aysenthesys
6 reviews

Average 60%

Over the last couple years, and especially over the eighth generation of videogames, some developers have strived more and more to make their games "cinematic". They manipulate the lighting, include long cutscenes and work on heavy narratives. Quantum Break is one of the clearest examples of this tendency, to an extent that it can only partly be called a videogame; instead, it's a transmedia project. On one side, Quantum Break is a third-person ... Read More

Positive points
▸Gorgeous graphics and sound design.
▸Intuitive controls and addictive time-manipulation mechanics.
▸Above average character animation and voice acting.
Negative points
▸Tedious live-action show between game episodes.
▸Extremely easy, to the point combat becomes unexciting.
prakyg
2 reviews

Average 60%

The game has Remedy vibe to it. The corridors, boxes, containers, remind you of previous Remedy games. The graffiti looks cool. The environments are all lavish with detail. Although the coloring is definitely washed up. It looks drop dead gorgeous if you see a video, but during an intense battle, it might get in your way. With stutters where everything in the world goes haywire, there is a definite visual noise. It is like music being too lou... Read More

Positive points
Gameplay
Environment
Negative points
Faces
Broken checkpoint system
Short campaign
Poor dialogues
Trivial puzzles

Storyline

"Time has been broken. A Fracture in time, created by a time travel experiment that has gone wrong, is advancing at an inexorable pace. As a result, time itself is now stuttering to a halt and then restarting, causing the world to turn into a frozen tableau. Most are unaware of the imminent disaster.

Jack Joyce is not one of these people: changed by the same experiment, he can see the damage as the Fracture advances; time keeps slipping more and more out of joint and as the world loses synchronization, destruction on a massive scale ensues. Jack is desperately trying to find a way to prevent the Fracture from reaching its conclusion – that final moment when the last grain of sand in the hourglass tumbles down, and time ends. But his best friend Paul Serene and the ruthless Monarch Solutions have their own plans, and Jack’s efforts don’t line up with them. They are willing to use whatever means necessary to stop him."