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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1136d ago | review

GamingAge: Quantum Conundrum Review

GamingAge: Quantum Conundrum is a first person puzzle-platformer from the folks over at Airtight Games, with Kim Swift of Portal fame as Creative Director over this particular title. That’s important to note, because the game certainly seems to borrow a page or two from the Portal playbook, featuring an all omnipotent narrator (voiced by Star Trek: TNG’s John de Lancie), and a heavy emphasis on room by room puzzle solving. Hell, it even features a lot of cubes to trigger switches, anthropomorphic robots going about their business, laser beams, and a number of seriously tricky jumps. (PC, PS3, Quantum Conundrum, Xbox 360) B-/A+

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