Quantum Break Review – Tasty combination of game and TV series

Apr

2

2016

In summary

Quantum Break is an impressive mix of story and gameplay. The combination of TV series and game is in our opinion very successful. Moreover, the series is interactive, so you have a nice lot of influence on the story. Perhaps even more clever is that there is also incorporated a lot of story in the Acts and in particular the motion capture and visual effects are very successful. In itself, the mix just fine. With simple weaponry you must renounce to deal with a preponderance of opponents, forcing you to make smart use of your Time Powers. That make little stronger, but mobile. Yet the fight is over time rather boring. Towards the finals had in our opinion a bit more variety may be. Who wants to pop simply must leave Quantum Break left. Who wants an exciting story, here is the right place. Quantum Break is a game that will be still long cited as a reference.
pluses

Successful combination of game and series
Appearance of characters
Time Powers are inventive

negatives

Fighting bit dull
Series will not appeal to everyone

final Verdict
Tweakers zegt: 8,5
Price for publication: € 52.75
Available from: € 51.20
Tested version: Quantum Break, Xbox One

Originality is a great thing. Or the commercial always is equally wise to be original, the question is, but what is nice that the studios are who dare to deviate from the main line and dare to show its own face. That’s exactly what the Finnish Remedy doing since the beginning of this century. Happy with enough success to keep their heads above water.

Played on: Xbox One
Also available for Windows 10

That own face Remedy is clear; Studio makes shooters with a twist and the twist is almost always to do with the concept of ‘time’. In this sense, the new Quantum Break a direct successor of Max Payne, the shooter where the studio in 2001, broke with it. Quantum Break is Max Payne, but much further implemented, a kind of Max Payne Overdrive. Playing with time did at Max very carefully introduced, and found in Quantum Break moment peak.
TV series

However, there are more similarities. For Max Payne was not that wonderful interludes in comic style? There, too, we find the superlative of Quantum Break, in the form of a complete TV series spread over several episodes shown between the chapters of the game. Remedy has since made a lot of work; you are served roughly an hour of footage, though Remedy has included many more. The TV series is in fact partially interactive, so you can get different variants presented.

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