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Quantum Break

Quantum Break
alaScore 95

12 reviews


alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews of Quantum Break. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.6/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Quantum Break is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 12 reviews)

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Quantum Break review: A good game with few flaws - The Times of India


Quantum Break is a game with decent combat but is not without flaws.

* Interesting combat ; * Intense graphics ; * Interesting conceptualization

Quantum Break is a stylish shooter with thrills, but has its flaws.


Expert review by : Nick Cowen (

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Quantum Break mixes visceral shooter action with time manipulation


Expert review by : Chance Kinney (

Quantum Break Review (PC)


When the Xbox One was unveiled, Microsoft talked up the power of their cloud servers — instead of games being confined to an install or a disc, supplemental features could be streamed. We heard a lot about how this could lead to bigger multiplayer...


Expert review by : Steve Farrelly (

Quantum Break


I honestly wanted to give Quantum Break a 10/10. I love sci-fi, I love confident and competent time travel stories and I love Remedy. It's a wonderful game, don't get me wrong, and is almost of absolute praise but a couple of things glared once it was...

An amazing time travel story with its own believable and engaging rules and laws ; Excellent performances from all characters ; The videogame/TV show meld is handled very well ; Excellent presentation and gorgeous to look at ; Combat is rewarding and...

Too easy ; Needed more TV show and more exposition ; The ending came out of nowhere and felt too convenient

The overall experience, however, is excellent and the delivery of the game and show is handled with aplomb. I just wanted more of it. Combat is truly rewarding when you start playing with the game’s systems and stacking them to craft your own gameplay...


Expert review by : Ben Reeves (

Quantum Break


Peanut butter and chocolate. Thunder and lightning. Country music and painful road trips. Some things go really well together. Television and video games aren't two of those things. Only a few developers have experimented with combining the two...

Concept: Tell a unique time-travel story through a third-person shooter and a television show Graphics: Remedy’s time-manipulating effects are truly impressive, and the characters look great. However, seeing real-life actors juxtaposed with their...


Expert review by : David Houghton (

Quantum Break review


You probably know the story of Icarus. That Greek guy who made a set of wings, stuck them together with wax, but then flew too close to the sun, melted

The creative ; speedy combat is great fun ; The story aspires to an interesting ; layered narrative

The combat never evolves to a truly satisfying level ; Disjointed structure leads to big pacing issues ; The TV show is rather underwhelming


Expert review by : Ben Wilson (

Quantum Break


I loathe to consider it an actual genre, but most of us are well-enough acquainted with third-person games by now. Stop-and-pop your way to the end like a game of human whack-a-moles. We know what they're about, so we're not likely to be surprised....

"Like a JRPG in disguise."


Expert review by : Russ Frushtick (

'Quantum Break' feels trapped in a time travel paradox


Time travel does not generally end well. There are usually insectoid monsters or Morlocks or Super Hitlers waiting for you on the other end. Quantum Break doesn't stray from the...

Astounding time-breaking visuals ; enjoyable (if infrequent) combat

Live-action show is painful to watch ; story struggles to stand out ; technical glitches

While far from bad, only briefly has time to dip its toes in greatness.