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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 06:15pm 01/04/16 | 0 Comments
We've been traveling back and forth through time, using time powers as Iceman from the X-Men in Remedy's very impressive Quantum Break. So how does it fare from a review perspective?

Here's a snippet from our review:
But before I get ahead of myself, I should sell the experience a little better, because this is absolutely worth your time and investment from the outset. It’s a Remedy game through and through, but presents itself with a maturity neither Max nor Alan did. The game is gorgeous from the moment your fire it up, and while linear still offers plenty to experience from an exploration-for-exposition perspective. It also takes Remedy’s storytelling to new heights, but without it seeming like the studio is tall-poppying. If you want to, you can absorb yourself in the science of everything they’ve set up here across the game’s highly detailed environments, or you can just take the surface value of everything -- you decide your own level of involvement.
Click here for our full spoiler-free Quantum Break review.

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