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Reviews of Quantum Break

Jack Joyce fights for survival in a world where time is broken. With his family in danger and the world at the brink of collapse, Jack must battle the evil Monarch Solutions using the only weapon he has: time itself. Set to a haunting cover of the iconic Nirvana track “Come As You Are,” this trailer immerses you in the time-bending experience of Quantum Break.

Release Date: April 5, 2016
Platforms: Xbox One, Windows PC
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
Developer: Remedy Entertainment

PixelDynamo - Melissa Vach, 8.1/10

If you’re at all interested in time travel and strong storytelling in games, this is one for you. The acting is strong, the supporting cast of characters is memorable, and you’ll be left with plenty of questions about what will happen next. The Time Powers are cool and have been one of the major focal points of gameplay trailers, but when you actually sit down to play, Quantum Break’s real appeal is in its narrative, one that you’ll want to experience at least twice.

ActionTrip.com, Keri Honea - 8.4/10

Remedy has, without a doubt, crafted a very creative title with Quantum Break. It’s not going to be the killer exclusive game that so many were looking for with the Xbox One, but it’s definitely been worth the wait. Story gamers will especially delight in replaying the game multiple times to see the various episodes and experience the different paths the game itself can take. For anyone with an Xbox One, Quantum Break is a must-own.

Girl Tribe Gaming - 9/10

Feminist Frequency - mixed to negative

Brittney Brombacher - Positive

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