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Submitted by Kichiguy 904d ago | preview

Nerd Reactor goes hands-on with Quantum Conundrum

Nerd Reactor goes hands-on with Quantum Conundrum, a game developed by Kim Swift and Airtight Games. It's a first-person puzzle game that allows for the alteration of the world via dimensions: fluffy, heavy, reverse gravity, and slow motion. It seems like an evolution of the sub genre that Portal created, but it still remains to be seen whether or not it can live up to the original. (Airtight Games, E3, PC, PS3, Quantum Conundrum, Xbox 360)

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