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Quantum Theory - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
13 customer reviews
Metascore: 37 / 100

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  • Shape-Shifting Battlefield
  • Two-Character Combination Actions
  • Strategically perform combos for a more powerful, fierce attack against colossal enemies
  • Online Play
  • Royale modes
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Many years have passed since the world war inflicted catastrophic damage on the human race, leaving only a few survivors. In their new community "Cocoon," life has been threatened by a black material called Erosion, creating a post-apocalyptic environment. Surviving humans recruit a militia to conquer the Erosion and set out to take down the evil, "Living Tower". Arriving at the scene is the stalwart warrior Syd, whose only intentions are to destroy the Tower. He meets the beautiful and mysterious Fillena as they both ascend to the top in their search for answers. The erosion of the Tower intensifies as the players climb up through the moving landform.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B00320J6WI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 28, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,125 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By MJM on November 30, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
The four star rating is for a purchase of thirty dollars or less. This game is not a full price purchase.

First things first, as I said above if you can find this game for thirty dollars or less and are a fan of Gears of War you will enjoy Quantum Theory. Yes this game borrows many elements from Gears, which is no big secret however as the saying states, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. You shouldn't play this game for what it's not (i.e. Gears of War) but more for what it is, which is a pretty decent third person duck and cover action title. Being a fan of Gears myself, I find Quantum Theory to be some what of a love letter to Gears and that's ok with me because if you're going to make a game in that genre why not look to the top dog for inspiration. It's as if trying to compare an NFL team with a college team, sure they're both playing the same game and using the same equipment but obviously the pros will win out in the long run.

Quantum Theory is by no means a great game; it does have its short comings. The controls are a little off but manageable, the camera can be some what hectic at times and the graphics are mediocre at best. The story has an interesting start but never really develops into anything special; obviously they won't be winning any awards for best screen play anytime soon. In all fairness though I didn't really expect a great story with this game, nor was it the reason I bought it. You will hear a lot of cheesy 80's action movie cliché lines like "splat" after Syd kills something, which makes Syd seem like his body aged but his mind is still in middle school. Finally the AI, your companions are horrible at best, not too helpful. Try watching them; it looks as if they're square dancing on the battle field.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ruskybigmusky on April 10, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Yes, I've played the demo and read the reviews....I've heard all the Gears of War comparisons and the clone comments; however I had a lot more fun with this game than I expected and that is what has prompted me to write a quick review.
First of all, let me start by saying that this game does not have the same production values ad a triple A block-buster title like Gears of War, the controls are rough, and some of the gaming mechanics do not seem to come together as well as they were conceived; but in the end I did have fun with this title.
I heard about this title early on and actually saw a video of it from E3 or some other coverage on G4 TV about 1-2 years prior to it hitting retail, and then when it came out I saw the demo on Xbox live marketplace so I gave it a try. After about 15 minutes of the demo I got frustrated with the sluggish controls and awkward character movement that I gave up and wrote the title off as garbage.
OK, so I'm a glutton for punishment....I saw the game at Amazon for a bargain price ($19.99 I think), and I remembered the teaser video I saw, so I decided to go for it and this is what I found:
1) Concept: Futuristic, post-apocalyptic world where these strange morphing towers have appeared along with some type of alien species that are corrupting and destroying what is left of humanity. You play as a lone wolf with the mission to destroy these towers and the creatures that spew from them. Along the way you will meet up with a mysterious female character whose objectives may not be entirely clear, you will flash-back to another time when you were a member of an elite squad, and ultimately you will unravel the mystery of the towers as you battle your way through this universe.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steve K VINE VOICE on October 12, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Geez. I feel bad for all the people on here who spent +$30 bucks when this thing first came out. There are a myriad of XBOX 360 games that come out that you never hear about or even care to try, until you find them used for less than $10 bucks (or in this case, less than $5!). So, for the money I spent on this game - I think it's just great. Sure, it's just another 3rd person shooter thing that plays similar to Gears of War, but is that a bad thing? I think it's just great!
The graphics are good, but muddled. They are colorful and well made, but kind of, muddled? I don't know how to put it. It LOOKS like a first-gen game on the 360, I guess. It's no slouch, though - there are no glitches or pixely areas. It's plenty nice to look at.
The controls are OK - takes a little getting used to but overall it's no different than many others out there.
Gameplay is repetitive, but you know, I like it. Sometimes I just wanna shoot stuff and clear levels!
For what I paid for it, I think it's excellent. As a game on it's own, sure it doesn't hold up, but it's still plenty of fun!
** UPDATE **
I got to a point in this game where you have to defeat wave upon wave of enemies. Even on EASY, I couldn't do it. I tried again and again and eventually gave up. I just stopped playing and moved on to another game. So, I wouldn't recommend this game!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By walnut225 on May 20, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
ok basically i got this game thinking hmmmm its only 20 bucks-in store
and honestly i was disappointed here are the pros and cons

-blood and gore are decent
-guns work sometimes

-enemies are overpowered (on easiest difficulty you will die at least 10 times every level)
-controls and movement are utter CRAP you cant even do most of the -HIT A- to roll onto something before you die because of the controls not being as sensitive as they should
-combat seems to enjoy screwing you over-you will have your character take cover AGAINST THE WALL FACING THE ENEMIES instead of the cover behind them
-most guns are annoying to use due to underpowered or bad accuracy and when i say this i mean BAD

honestly dont buy this game thats the honest opinion i have unless you want the below

-an annoying wanna-be gears of war game that might have been a test to find all the things you hate about it and unless you want FRUSTRATION then dont get it
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