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Submitted by s8anicslayer 844d ago | review

CSM - Quantum Conundrum Review

It's almost impossible not to compare Quantum Conundrum to Valve's beloved Portal games, but this new contender can hold its own in that comparison. Its puzzles are wonderfully designed -- ingenious, fun, and fair. Figuring out that you must quickly switch between the fluffy and heavy dimensions to change the weight of a box on a rotating handle in order to spin a crank can result in a kind of satisfaction not easily dismissed. (PC, PS3, Quantum Conundrum, Xbox 360) 5/5

toxic-inferno  +   844d ago
Truly the most addictive game I've played this year. In terms of the actual puzzles and the inventive ways that you can come up with to complete them, it may even be superior...

Shame it can't compete with Portal's storyline, characters or sarcastic atmosphere...

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