Quantum Break is a third person shooter action video game developed by Remedy Entertainment.
It that incorporates a mix of gameplay and live action video content, and sees players manipulating time as a gameplay mechanic.
It’s a shame all that was good about Quantum Break was marred by narrative and structural choices; every element stuffed into the game diluting each other.
Remedy Entertainment's sci-fi shooter was taken off the service's catalog earlier this month due to licensing issues.
"It is being temporarily removed due to some licenses that expired that were in the process of being renewed," the developer says.
Microsoft says it's working behind the scenes to get Remedy Entertainment's sci-fi shooter back on the service as soon as possible.
Remedy Entertainment's third person shooter has been spotted in the subscription service's "Leaving Soon" section.
Known for The Wire and John Wick, the actor was on a press tour for John Wick: Chapter 4 before passing away due to natural causes.
Remedy speaks to GamingBolt about how Control differs from their previous game.
Could the Finnish developer be about to join the ranks of Sony Worldwide Studios?
Control’s soundtrack may sound pretty familiar to longtime fans.
Remedy says Control lets lose after the studio tried to "be mainstream" with Quantum Break
Remedy Entertainment's upcoming action adventure is going to be very different from their previous project.
Apparently, sequels for both games depend on Microsoft's buy in.
Get ready to dive into a world where supernatural meets sci-fi
Remedy discusses all the ways Control will differ from Quantum Break.
Remedy working on a sequel?
Quantum Break on the Xbox One X is (mostly) a successful upgrade.
Now this might be interesting.
The final install size for the game will come in at over 178GB on an Xbox One X.
Effectively brings the console down to £300...
Will have Remedy's "deepest game mechanics" yet.
Northlight Engine coming to PS4.
"It felt like there was this world of concept and complex storyline that was left aside."
DirectX 11 is the only way to go.
Remedy exploring co-op multiplayer experiences.
Mastering and manufacturing issues to blame.
But it might not get a sequel just like that.
No version will be left behind for another.
Timeless Collector's Edition also announced.
Shannon Loftis noted that actual work on such title is "getting easier".
A PC game finally getting basic PC gaming features.
Remedy's Thomas Puha discusses challenges the studio faced compared to Naughty Dog.
Quantum Break gets patched into a more-or-less playable experience on PC.
PC users report crashes with GPUs.
Content still changing "depending on what passes certification."
Spoiler: Alan Wake is everywhere.
Remedy's latest was the "number 1 most played new game on Xbox worldwide" last week.
Remedy Entertainment apologizes for current issues.
First Microsoft title to debut at number 1 in UK since Halo 5: Guardians.
Remedy on the delay behind the free Windows 10 code and technical jargon related to the Xbox One version.
Remedy Entertainment says collecting data is going slowly.
A complete guide for Quantum Break.
'We are monitoring the discussion.'
A few tech tips for Quantum Break.
A complete video walkthrough of Quantum Break.
Quantum Break on the PC is an un-optimized port of the excellent Xbox One version.
'We are stunned in general [at] how awesome it looks.'
'We were happy to take the extra time.'
"Fingers crossed but I think we're sitting on a major hit."
Is it a technical showcase for the console?
Does Remedy Entertainment's blockbuster third-person adventure pay off?
Time doesn't take kindly to your meddling.
Purchasers can still get Alan Wake: American Nightware if they go to the store with their ID.
A range of different options await PC players.
"Resolution, as it is traditionally understood, is complicated" in this case.
Spoilers inside, obviously.
Come as you are.
'We said, let's make it something bigger.'
'The Windows 10 version uses all the power of PCs.'
There is ample time to get this pre-loaded.
Sam Lake celebrates with champagne.
Aaron Greenberg interested in feedback from fans.
You will need quite a beefy machine to run this thing.
Aaron Greenberg explains the decision behind bringing Quantum Break to Windows 10.
Says the game's release on PC will be better in the long run.
Pre-order it, and you get a free copy of Alan Wake: American Nightmare.
Are high-end graphical options the reason for Quantum Break's hefty requirements?
If you want to play Remedy's newest on your PC, this is what you need.
Xbox One bundle containing Alan Wake and DLCs also announced.
Jack Joyce is in quite the predicament.
Remedy's third person title will be "breaking" news on Thursday.
Microsoft exec promises a "magical" experience for players.
'Our next game will be an evolution of these lessons learned.'
The trailer is said to be very different and fresh.
Now we'll have to see if the game can live up to those graphics.
Remedy's Sam Lake wants to take as much time as possible and avoid certain compromises.
Think you know everything about Quantum Break?
The game is undergoing optimization, which could allow for having even more polygons and objects and the screen. Quantum Break developers actively working to make the game look even better
720p or 1080p?
They did the best they could, I guess.
Big name talent for Remedy's newest.
The five basic time powers will be acquired as you progress through the game.
The TV series will now be integrated within the actual game to influence the plot.
This was well worth the wait.
What could Microsoft have up its sleeve for Gamescom?
More details to come at Gamescom.
'The Remedy brand is a seal of quality.'
We'll have to wait till next year to explore the world of Quantum Break.
What does Microsoft have up its sleeve this year?
Key Microsoft officials echo Phil Spencer's statements on more games at E3 this year.
Microsoft announces dates for its E3 press conference.
Everything you need to know about Quantum Break.
Also wants "to have a great E3 this year."
The game's antagonist will also play a bigger role than we thought.
A photo is worth a thousand polygons.
Quantum Break took ample inspiration from TV dramas for its narrative structure.
So many explosions, along with an explanation of the time mechanics and story.
First reveal of gameplay footage for Remedy's Xbox One exclusive.
Make a choice in-game and follow a different plot device as a result.
Remedy's AAA exclusive gets bigger and bigger.
Through different "junction points", you'll experience the game from both sides of the story.
Used in world generation, we talk to the creators about the future of Umbra.
Pilot for the TV show has already been shot.
CEO Matias Myllyrinne talks about the influence of other mediums in all of Remedy's work.
Remedy’s latest game is tackling a pretty big subject in the sci-fi genre.
To release alongside TV show of the same name.
We interrogate what Microsoft are likely to show off at this year's E3.
Cover art revealed
Sam Lake also talks about what he'd like to see in Alan Wake 2.
Something something time.
Apparently Microsoft's first party development isn't that bad off.
Lot of jobs on offer.
Quantum leap can mean a lot of things.
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