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It’s that TIME again where we take TIME out to tell you all about the Christmas Hit List game of the day. This one took a little TIME to think about, but TIME was ticking so we pick this one in the nick of TIME. Quantum Break – it’s about *wait for it* TIMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

Let’s Play a Little: Quantum Break

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It’s about TIME… Get it? Well I thought it was funny, and that’s not the only time related phrasing I’m going to say today, so take it all in – I got the TIME (told you).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Games and Gear (of 2016): Quantum break

 

This ‘time’ on Games and Gear we take our ‘time’ talking about Quantum break, it’s about… wait for it… TIME!

Armada’s Gamescom picks: Quantum Break

 

Guess who’s back? Quantum Break, the game/show that died but lives again. Made by the same fokes who done Max Payne and Alan Wake comes a game that is both parts deep drama and 3rd person action shooter. The player is Jack Joyce, one of three people who survived a time traveling experiment gone a rye; so now he can stop time. Unfortunately the main villain of the game, Paul Serene – another survivor, can now control time as well and now using it to cause chaos for an unknown reason. You are the only one who can stop him, as well as fix time from coming undone. People I always love the concept of time travel / manipulation and from the Gamescom demo it looks like they do it very well in the combative areas and to set the mood so yay for that. Also I liked Alan Wake and more than a few of you out there like Max Payne so do yourselves a favor and keep an eye out for Quantum Break next year; it’s only a matter of time.

 

 

 

E3 Pick – Quantum Break

 

Quantum Break is an odd duck of a title that is both game and TV show drama. If features three characters that, thanks to a failed science experiment (as if there was any other kind in fiction), have the ability to control time in limited ways. Unfortunately time itself is now starting to come undone and as it turns out one of those characters who can control time, is evil. Add to the fact that the game is episodic and you got yourself a game that will keep people on the edge of their seat moment after moment (and know how to do it well because they’re the same people who did Alan Wake). Sadly there is very little hope this game will be a launch title, something tells me time will fly surprisingly quickly  and will be in our hard drives before we know it.