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Quantum Break - Xbox One
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- Quantum Break includes full game download of Alan Wake, the Xbox 360 game playable on Xbox One, as well as The Signal and The Writer add-ons (download code is located on a card within the disc case)
- In-depth, fast-paced narrative experience crafted by Remedy Entertainment, the studios of Alan wake.
- Top quality live action show that is directly impacted by choices made in-game.
- Stellar cast, including Shawn Ashmore as the hero Jack Joyce, Aidan Gillen as his nemesis Paul Serene and Dominic Monaghan as Jack's genius brother William.
- One story told many ways: Your choices in-game will affect the outcome of this fast-paced fusion between game and show giving the player a completely unique entertainment experience.
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Click here to watch a 4 minute video from the developer, Remedy give an overview of the game-play in Quantum Break.
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From the creators of Max Payne and Alan Wake, comes Quantum Break, a revolutionary entertainment experience that blurs the lines between television and gaming. With Quantum Break, Remedy Games delivers an action-packed, fast paced game in which you bend and shape time in order to survive. Master unique powers, bending and warping time to outmaneuver and outwit the enemy. Epic moments of destruction, captured in time, become your playground.
How you play the game shapes a personalized version of the television show. Watching the show gives you strategies and insights that will impact the way you play the game and helps you discover unique content within the game. Together, the game and the show deliver a holistic entertainment experience, possible only on Xbox One.
Platform for Display: Xbox One | Edition: Standard
From the Manufacturer
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.
Plunge Into a Dramatic Story
A failed time machine experiment has fractured time itself, leaving Jack Joyce to pick up the pieces.
Experience Time- Amplified Combat
Push cinematic action to the next level in this time-fractured world. Freeze time to gain the upper hand. Turn time-frozen objects into weapons.
Maneuver Through Epic Destruction
Time collapses around you, creating epic stutter moments where a suddenly frozen world jerks back and forth violently.
Go From Gameplay to Screenplay
Your gameplay affects how the live action story unfolds, creating a completely unique entertainment experience.
Top Customer Reviews
Fantastic cast! I love each of the actors and their performances were top notch.
Graphics were lifelike and very nice, with some exceptions mentioned below.
Powers were cool, and the controls were decent.
The story certainly wasn't ground breaking, but it was pretty cool as well. The live-action scenes were cool but I could have done without them.
Not a great variety of weaponry, but ammo was plentiful enough.
The not so good:
Although the graphics were good, there seemed to be a glare or haze over everything at a lot of points, which got distracting.
The controls, although good, had one major flaw or two. First, it felt like the character was constantly walking through mud. There was no sprint button and no melee attack. What? That's right. The only way you could do either of those things was to use one of the powers.
The cover system was clunky and I didn't like it. I would have preferred a manual cover system.
The power progression system was lame. You had to "find" the power up points, rather than using an experience based system. The powers were cool bet definitely not as cool as I had hoped for.
The game was incredibly linear, to the point it was annoying. For example, you could NOT open 90% of doors in the game. That's right, unless it was where you were "supposed" to go, you weren't allowed to open those pesky doors. Maybe they thought you would get lost.
I also had a number of game crashes, but not too many.
Overall, although the game was very solid, it was definitely over hyped and didn't quite hit the mark.Read more ›
Now, if you install the game and all of the live action files, the game and show will take up 121.3GB of HDD space. No other developer would ever get that kind of love on my HDD.
Now, as of this review, I have heard that the PC version is buggy, and lots of negative reviews about that. This is for the Xbox one version. No issues aside from some minor Ghosting and whatnot. Mileage will vary depending on what tv or monitor you play the Xbox one with. Nothing too annoying and certainly nothing game breaking (that I've discovered).
Normally I hate seeing famous faces in games - kind takes me out of the 'immersion factor' when I immediate think of shows that the actors have been in, but is a non-issue here. Some annoying American accent issues, but frankly, its part of the Remedy charm for me. I went into this one pretty cold - less you know, the better.
And final note: you do not have to download the show part which makes up 75gb of total space. Those portions will also Stream ala Netflix style. Enjoy and May the Force of Remedy and Sam Lake be with you!
Gameplay isn't anything too amazing or new, though the time mechanics are top-notch, amazingly well done! Cover and gunplay are nothing really innovative, and they are implemented in a competent manner that any gamer should enjoy. They do add a depth and strategy to the game. The episodes are well produced, with acting on par of what you'd expect from the actors cast - which means it's very well acted, and pretty well written and directed.
Updated April 12 - finished the game and really, really enjoyed it. The story flags a little in the end, but I'm planning to play through again and make a few different choices to see how that affects things. Definitely worth a buy!
Graphically, it's very nice. The effects in use are seriously good and add so much to the atmosphere of the game. It'd be nice if it were a higher resolution, but honestly, unless you're two feet from the TV, you aren't going to notice a difference. The game is beautiful.
I've been playing video games since 1983/early 1984 my first two home consoles were the Atari2600 and the Original NES
and as a kid i use to go into these old run down sleazy building called Arcades where you would put a coin into the arcade cabinet and get to play a game!
I only bring this up because I've seen it all when it comes to video games i also don't hide behind some phony online name
So my point of view/opinion should hold a little water...........
One thing anyone should know if there are any two star reviews or below two stars
They didn't play a single moment of this title
They are just being fanboy trolls (The biggest problem with this recent generation has been this very problem)
Instead of trolling for hookers or getting a full time job these clowns have to just blatantly lie........
For what real reason i wish i knew
Enough of my rambling.....
Quantum Break has been in development hell for a long time and it finally arrives (After countless set backs and changes all around)
Is this worth all the hype or lack of hype Microsoft has really dropped the ball on pushing this
Keep in mind I'm taking my sweet time with this game it took 2hrs to finish the first chapter (That includes the mini episode that bridges the gap)
Graphically it's gorgeous it's pretty smooth (What's the HD resolution i honestly can't tell and don't care unless you are the Bionic Man or Superman you can't tell........ Whoever says other wise is full of it.....Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Controls are sub par and ending boss is just annoying without being the right kind of hard. Overall a good try and something different but failed to deliver.Published 21 hours ago by Patrick Golimowski
I was drawn to this game by the "time travel" aspect of it, but it turns out to be more of a shooter. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Stephen B. Gauntt
Once you start playing you will fell the touch of Alan wake and Max payne, it's well developed, the game mechanics are perfect, graphics are good but the resolution isn't,... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ahmed
If you like 3rd person shooters like Max Payne, you will have fun with Quantum Break. I just feel that this game does not live up to the hype or ambition because it's short in... Read morePublished 3 days ago by William Penn
I didn't like the game as much as I enjoyed Alan Wake. Quantum Break had some bugs with the lighting effects earlier in the game, plus it had way too many things to read for a... Read morePublished 3 days ago by PJ Camacho
Very interesting concept and creative. Adding fairly good and well done longer movie clips to the game. I just don't like the way it feels and moves. Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Whitfield
Where do I begin with this game? Let's start here, it's terrible! The kind of terrible Charles Barkley has been describing for years. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Matthew Mcfury