Quantum Break

Top 50 Video Games That Should Be Made Into Movies (Part 2)

We’ve all been disappointed by some of the recent movies that were based on video games. And for the most part, almost all video game movies have been a let down. However, if done right, a lot of video games can make for good movies, with their interesting setting, likable characters, and great stories. So here are the top 50 video games that should be made into movies. This is the second part of a five part series, so be sure to check back later for more. Also check out Part 1 here. Fallout: New Vegas Easily the best Fallout game with the most compelling story, and it deserves it’s own movie. Horizon Zero Dawn Robot dinosaurs in a post apocalyptic future. Who can say no? What Remains Of Edith Finch A compelling story, filled with small personal narratives, that are all presented fro...

The Top 50 Best Single Player Campaigns Of This Generation (Part 3)

There are a lot of Single Player games out in the wild, Here is a list which would help you to go on a epic journey while sitting on your couch. Also, this is Part Three of a five part list, and you can check out Part 1 right here and Part 2 here. [interaction id=”598190f0e61f184b3be8f7e9″] SOMA Enter the world of SOMA and face horrors buried deep beneath the ocean waves. Delve through locked terminals and secret documents to uncover the truth behind the chaos. Seek out the last remaining inhabitants and take part in the events that will ultimately shape the fate of the station. But be careful, danger lurks in every corner: corrupted humans, twisted creatures, insane robots, and even an inscrutable omnipresent A.I. Wolfenstein: The New Order Wolfenstein: The New Order reignites...

Top 15 Video Games With Immense Potential That Ultimately Disappointed

We’ve seen games that were overhyped and failed to deliver, we’ve seen games that were technical nightmares, we’ve seen games that had no real story and we’ve seen games that just broke our hearts with how bad/boring the were. So here’s a Top 15 list of games that disappointed us for one reason or another. [interaction id=”5963780bf7ddd65e0bce104e”] Final Fantasy XV Even after a long development cycle and major improvements in gameplay and visuals, the overall final experience was ultimately disappointing. While individual battles and encounters were enjoyable, the game never delivered the sense of epic wonder and magic that Final Fantasy games usually do. Metal Gear Solid V The first hour of Metal Gear Solid V was pure Kojima madness, and I really...

Remedy To Make Multiplayer Games

Remedy Entertainment, the creators of titles like Alan Wake, Quantum Break, and Max Payne is working on multiplayer games, according to the studio’s official website. Here’s what the official announcement says: “We’re dreaming up new things, so this felt like the perfect time to share some thoughts on a key component we’ve been planning and even prototyping at Remedy for years, but never committed to – until now. As announced last July, we’re busy working on CROSSFIRE 2 story mode with Smilegate, as well as building something totally new with a second (as of yet unannounced) game project. This includes working on the long-term roadmap for Northlight, our proprietary game engine and tools. As an independent studio in the highly competitive games business, it is crucial to ...

Quantum Break Review: Remedial Masterpiece

Quantum Break is an excellent game. Yeah, I didn’t want to drag that out. If you’re a PC or an Xbox One owner, this is one of the few games that you absolutely must play. It’s one of those rare times I have felt that any happiness in owning an Xbox One, because no, Ori And The Blind Forest was not enough. Though it’s also clear that the game is held back visually, and technically on the Xbox One, but more on that later. The game is refreshing, visually impressive, has a great narrative, and plays fantastically. It’s not without its issues, but none of them keep Remedy’s time-altering-narrative-driven-tv-show-included-filled with-Max-Payne-and-Alan-Wake-references-shooter a blast to play. (Quantum Break is the Max Payne for this generation of Video Games)...

Quantum Break Is The Max Payne For This Generation Of Video Games

Max Payne was one of the first games that we at Gaming Central played on the PC, and it had a tremendous impact on how we looked at video games. It built our expectations from them, and instilled a belief in us that excellent story telling, visuals and gameplay can go hand in hand. And this was almost fifteen years ago. Many games have come and gone since then, and except for the rare Half Life or BioShock or S.T.A.L.K.E.R., most of them have never given us that sense of satisfaction, or the feeling of pride at what Video Games are capable of. And then came Quantum Break. Remedy has been known for its critically acclaimed ground breaking games. With the dark gritty film-noir style story, slow motion effects and memorable characters in Max Payne, to the flashlight-and-gun wielding, supernat...

Quantum Break To Require Internet Connection To Stream All Cutscenes On PC

More bad news strikes the PC version of Quantam Break as it seems the game will require consistent and reasonably fast internet connection to steam cutscenes. This is because the game’s live action cutscenes are not included in the game’s assets and instead it will be streamed from the cloud. The reasons as to why the cutscenes will be streamed is that, there are simply too many cutscenes, shot at a 4K resolution, to be downloaded and stored in any sort of possible way. Explained by the game’s narrative designer Greg Louden: “We have 40 different variations of the show in total where basically your choices get to make it evolve and change. Then combined with that, the show length can change based on your decisions because some episodes are longer as a result and som...

Is PC Gaming Too Expensive?

Update: Remedy has updated the PC system requirements for Quantum Break as follows. Read on for the original story and our thoughts on the same.  There are many advantages to being a PC gamer. Your games will look better if you have high-end hardware. Games are often less expensive, and there are tons of free to play games available as well. You’re not paying a service charge to play online. However, the cost of entry is significantly higher: The recommended specs on the PC version of Quantum Break indicates a video card that retails for over $600 (Rs. 65,000 in the Indian market). That’s just one component. Which makes us wonder how graphically intensive is the game? And is this where PC gaming is headed? I’ve often heard the Master Race scoffing console gamers for getti...

Gamescom 2015 Digest: All You Need to Know

Gamescom rolled around like a mini-E3, with conferences, game reveals and gameplay trailers a-plenty. Here’s a quick primer on all the gaming news and announcements from there:   Halo 5: Guardians’ multiplayer was shown off. For those not keeping up, Halo 5 will have two distinct multiplayer modes: Arena and Warzone. Warzone is the traditional Halo multiplayer experience while Arena is an all new e-sports mode. And Microsoft is betting big on e-sports: they announced a prizepool of One Million Dollars. And they streamed a match to the showfloor between the top teams of Europe and US. The Halo 5 Edition Xbox One was also shown off. Halo Wars 2 was also announced   Remedy’s Quantum Break is also incoming, and has a novel new idea: a tie-in in-game TV show. Microsoft announced...

Quantum Break Gets a New Gameplay Teaser Trailer

Remedy Entertainment just released a gameplay teaser trailer of the upcoming Xbox One exclusive Quantum  Break, even if a large part of the video is actually an introduction by the title’s creative director Sam Lake, while the actual gameplay part is quite brief towards the end. Yet, it definitely looks good, and you can check it out at the bottom of the post. The studio also announced that the full reveal will come at Gamescom in August, at that the game is now scheduled for a 2015 reveal. You can check out the screens here.

Quantum Break Showcases Impressive Effects

Xbox One Exclusive Quantum Break Showcases Impressive Effects which also accompany the new teaser trailer, Remedy Entertainment sent in new screenshots of Quantum Break in shiny 1080p. According to the developer, the screenshots feature actual gameplay, and they definitely match the visuals of the video. This is to say, they look absolutely stunning, especially because of the lovely lighting and the post-production effects that give the game a great atmosphere.. You can check them out  below, while we wait for the full reveal at Gamescom in August.


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