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    December 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    6/10 -Not bad. The story is really good but sadly the gameplay is not that great. It feels like a generic shooter but is decent enough to playthrough. If it wasn't for the story it would get boring really fast. It does have it's cool moments however like freezing time. Overall if you want a great story you can't go wrong with this one.
    RyneS review of
    9.5 Hours Played ‐ 1,958 products in account
    November 15, 2016, 8:16 pm
    One of the best stories about time travel ever created. Stunning visuals and audio. Mediocre action gameplay and boring level design. Writing and acting in the game itself feels way better than in the built-in TV-show. Anyway, if you are on the narrative side, the game is absolutely a must have. If you are not, don't expect any revelations.
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    14.5 Hours Played ‐ 433 products in account
    October 29, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Remember the time you first saw the movie Back to the Future? Did it make you wonder about time travel and the paradoxes of changing things in the past to change the future? If you liked the BTTF movies you will probably like this too. In fact, without spoiling it, there's one point in QB that gave me shivers the way no other game has.

    Fair warning, there are added cutscene 'Episodes' as well as regular gameplay custscenes but it's done with live actors professionally filmed, and it's used to fill in gaps in story but I found it refreshing to sit back and watch things unfold according to the choices I made in the game.

    Remedy is known for their storytelling, starting with Max Payne, and then Alan Wake, and I think they reached a new success with QB. They came up with a fresh idea for gameplay mechanics and I think pulled it off very well. They did it with great attention to detail that really shows when you turn textures up to the max.

    The mouse/keyboard control is pretty much perfect, with only a few spots where they force the camera to view a certain direction because of scripting, but I had no issues.
    axtonjcranston review of
    axtonjcranston (View Profile)
    19.7 Hours Played ‐ 311 products in account
    October 17, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I’m gonna make this short and sweet ...

    Remedy has done it again. Taking AAA storytelling to the next level. This time around we have time travel thrown in the mix, so the plot is even more twisted than Alan Wake’s journey was. I can’t really go into detail without spoiling things, but it’s one hell of a ride…believe me.

    The game has live action scenes between chapters which is a nice touch (if you’re into that kind of thing). These don’t feature the protagonist, but rather tell you what’s happening behind the scenes with other characters you may or may not meet as the story progresses. The game’s audio and video is top notch, as you would expect from the Finnish team. The guns feel right, and the abilities are powerful if used right. All this is complimented by intuitive controls.

    If you liked Max Payne 1-2 and Alan Wake, you won’t be disappointed. This game may be a little heavy on the narrative side, but that’s Remedy’s trademark.
    JaniTheWeedman review of
    JaniTheWeedman (View Profile)
    36.7 Hours Played ‐ 238 products in account
    October 4, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I love you Remedy.
    Alan wake and now Quantum break, best games ever. Thank you.
    Now we want Alan wake 2 ... Please.
    Killeur31830 review of
    Killeur31830 (View Profile)
    3.1 Hours Played ‐ 706 products in account
    October 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Like watching a movie, except you can't watch it on just every computer.
    friendlycaique review of
    friendlycaique (View Profile)
    20.8 Hours Played ‐ 378 products in account
    October 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Many games try to capture the essence of TV shows or films in their cutscenes, but until Quantum Break none has actually attempted to fuse the two.

    like Max Payne, hinges on a time-manipulation mechanic. The biggest problem is that it fails to satisfyingly fuse the (optional) 20-minute TV show episodes that separate each gaming chapter with the gameplay itself.

    While it promises to give you control over the direction of the TV show storyline – which features X-Men star Shawn Ashmore and Game of Thrones’ Aidan Gillen – it soon becomes apparent that the choices you make while playing have only a superficial effect.

    The game itself looks a treat, with crazy slow motion effects and reality warping moves to use against aggressors, but it doesn’t always play well.

    A cover system that forces you away from protection to take potshots is always going to frustrate, while imprecise movement controls make platforming areas – even those that cleverly require time manipulation to clear a viable path – a chore.

    Overhall, the game is great, the story awesome.

    Pass - Recommended, nice work Remedy!
    IT | Deacon review of
    IT | Deacon (View Profile)
    12.2 Hours Played ‐ 744 products in account
    October 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    A modern-day masterpiece that'll leave you in awe long after the credits roll. Fantastic graphics, superb controls and a well-executed, emotional story will keep you at the edge of your seat throughout this seamless blend of a TV show and a videogame. It's professionally designed from start to finish and every tiny detail is perfectly placed where it belongs.

    The only downside I can bring up is a bug near the end -- I had to defeat the final boss twice, as the ending did not trigger the first time around... and that's really it for the negatives.

    I urge you to get Quantum Break as it is a game unlike any other, and one that you will definitely want to experience for yourself.
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    lordcrusare (View Profile)
    14.7 Hours Played ‐ 250 products in account
    October 2, 2016, 8:16 pm

    - Great Story
    - Awesome Graphics
    - Awesome characters
    - The facials of the characters are very real
    - The audio and soundtracks are kickass.

    - a bit of bugs and glitches in some places, especially when you try to jump in some spots.
    - Not a major con but the gameplay is a bit easy

    The game is more of a movie. So if you don't like these sort of games don't bother buying. You need to go through all the videos and co to feel immersed more in the game.

    Highly recommended. EZ 8.5/10.
    moenad review of
    6.4 Hours Played ‐ 169 products in account
    September 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Good! hope other microsoft games comes to steam someday! Window store is a disaster!
    shayano review of
    0.1 Hours Played ‐ 9 products in account
    September 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I passed on the Windows Store Version because of all the negative feedback. And I´m glad I did! So far I´m really impressed. The Story ist engaging, the gameplay is great and the graphics are superb! The Port ist also nicely done, running this with 60 fps on 1080p almost all the time with some occasional dips on a FX 8350 with GTX 970. (everything maxed out, only shadows and volumetric lighting set to medium and high). Everyone who liked the previous Remedy games should give this game a try, it´s really worth its bargain price!
    arthurdent01 review of
    arthurdent01 (View Profile)
    16.2 Hours Played ‐ 287 products in account
    September 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    For over a decade I've wondered how Max Payne was able to use bullet time, but now it finally all makes sense! He used the power of Quadruple mercury kerplingy alpha flippercunt super awesome science physics and friendship! So help Iceman and Charlie from Lost defeat Littlefinger in this highly realistic motion blur heavy graphical novel game filled with fun 30 minute long cutscenes featuring that black guy from Fringe and a lot of other people you've seen somewhere else.
    Lockmort review of
    1.3 Hours Played ‐ 223 products in account
    September 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I just finished this game and I have to admit, I loved every second I spent on Quantum Break. What a great game!
    Graphics are simpley amazing and the game is well optimized I played this game on GTX 960 on high settings. (Had to keep upscaling on though).
    The story is well written, great characters, great atmosphere, great soundtrack, great cutscenes, great voice actors. Simpley perfect but I wish it was little longer. Finished in 10 hours which is bit disappointing, other than that it's a great game.
    Definitely worth picking up.
    An adventure you don't wanna miss!
    Tora review of
    12.7 Hours Played ‐ 75 products in account
    September 29, 2016, 8:16 pm
    This game deserves some attention.

    Strong and atmospheric story. Very good graphics. Good port from Windows 10. Runs smooth everything maxed out. Controls with mouse and keyboard feel naturally and are without flaws.

    (Will update my review when I finished the game)

    mrorange review of
    18.8 Hours Played ‐ 1,084 products in account
    September 29, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Completed Act 1, no performance issue so far. Single 980ti, 60~75fps on 2k ultra/high mix.
    I've been a big fan of Remedy since the Alan Wake days. Now the game is no longer Win10 only, what more can I ask for?
    Recommand this to any fan of the "left hand superpower, right hand weaponry" style games. 44CAD is a pretty good steal in my honest opinion.


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    Lights Out (View Profile)
    29.0 Hours Played ‐ 150 products in account
    September 29, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I thought I was going to have to skip Quantum Break, but thankfully Windows Store is crap and they eventually added it to Steam. Love Remedy, and so far, this game has lived up to my expectations.
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    BNICE2ANIMAL (View Profile)
    22.7 Hours Played ‐ 290 products in account

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