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Submitted by shaneryanTB 982d ago | review

Quantum Conundrum review | Thunderbolt

It may be perfectly reasonable to compare Quantum Conundrum with Portal and its sequel, but it certainly stacks the deck against the downloadable puzzler. They both have their fair share of similarities, so it should come as no surprise that Kim Swift, one of the talented individuals that worked on Portal, has teamed with Airtight Games and created Quantum Conundrum. Being compared to a landmark title is never an easy thing, and this rival to Portal has its own set of problems as well.

[James Dewitt, Thunderbolt] (PS3, Quantum Conundrum) 5/10

ikkokucrisis  +   982d ago
I disagree woth this review, im playing the game right now and it's not as bad as this reviewer makes it out to be. Although maybe its because I'm paying it for free via Playstation Plus :D

The game feels very portal like, which I dig. Id give it an 8/10.

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