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Quantum Conundrum- PS3

Quantum Conundrum- PS3
alaScore 86

16 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews of Quantum Conundrum- PS3. The average rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People are impressed by the price. The gameplay is also mentioned favorably.

gameplay, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Quantum Conundrum- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 16 reviews)

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Quantum Conundrum Review

 

In the first hour of playing Quantum Conundrum, the critic part of me was well on its way to delivering a very favorable verdict; favorable enough to hit close to a 9, in fact. After all, it really seemed like another Portal, only with even more...

The Ugly: “…something…is going…to get…broken…&%#(%*”

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Quantum Conundrum

 

Once you have acquired the batteries, your next task is to figure out how to get out of the current room you're in. Progressing through the manor typically involves activating switches and pulling levers to unlock the doors. Placing safes on push...

Challenging and creative gameplay; excellent voice acting

Less than ten hours of gameplay

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Quantum Conundrum Review

 

The inter-dimensional puzzle game makes its way onto consoles. Our full review.

That feeling when you “get it right ; Amazing checkpoint system ; Whimsical style ; Hilarious narrator

Frustration sets in early and often ; Boring environments between puzzles

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Quantum Conundrum

 

From Kim Swift, the co-creator of Portal 2, comes a smart game for smart gamers. Is it worth taxing your..

But, it is a very, very good series of puzzles. And, (I suppose we can’t avoid the elephant in the room any longer) if you’ve been looking for the smaller, cheaper, nephew to Professor Portal, without the co-op play, the polished presentation, or the...

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Quantum Conundrum Review

 

Quantum Conundrum isn’t of the same calibre as its inspirational predecessor at Valve, but if you’re looking for a new first-person game that doesn’t involve violence, weapons or adult themes of any kind, the low entry price seals it as a worthy...

Shamelessly borrows many strengths from Portal, but differentiates with core gameplay devices; Great value for price-point; Unique and challenging puzzles with well-scaled progression

Repetitive environments

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Quantum Conundrum

 

Quantum Conundrum's elegant first-person puzzling is only marred slightly by one very obvious comparison, but it's unfortunately something that this downloadable title never really manages to get away

Nice to play a first-person game without guns in it ; Some good puzzles

The environment doesn't charm ; Can't shake that Portal feeling

Wait a second! I've managed to go six whole paragraphs without mentioning Portal, which is a happy coincidence because once you get stuck into the finer parts of Quantum Conundrum your memories of Aperture do start to dissolve away. But they will...

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Quantum Conundrum- PS3

 

It doesn't always play to its strengths, but the clever ideas and confounding brainteasers of Quantum Conundrum make it a mostly enjoyable journey into the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh dimensions.

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Quantum Conundrum- PS3

 

Conundrum's brilliant moments are hampered by an inconsistent world, an emphasis on performance rather than ingenuity, and a level of humor that wouldn't be out of place at your local pre-school. Even with these problems, though, it's unlikely you'll...

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Quantum Conundrum- PS3

 

The idea at the core of the puzzles is as solid as the heavy dimension. Playing with the physics by flipping between different worlds is immensely entertaining, and the puzzles are often masterfully designed. It's only the inconsistent physics and...

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