Time is a fickle thing. Most days there's never enough of it, but there are plenty of instances we also can't wait for time to pass. It's always moving forward, and as one of the few uncontrollable constants in our lives, it can be a source of true frustration. That inability to master the fourth dimension is part of our fascination with the idea of breaking its rules in fiction. When we're finally given a modicum of control over the clock, the feeling of being able to stop and start whenever we want is hard to beat. That's a key part of what makes Remedy's Quantum Break so interesting. It's an ambitious title that mixes a lot of elements and has its own set of lofty goals. Though Quantum Break doesn't always meet its own expectations, the results are spectacular when it does.