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Quantum Break motion-captures Iceman, Meriadoc

Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break features a hobbit and an ice-man in the form of Lord of the Rings and Lost's Dominic Monaghan and X-Men's Shawn Ashmore. As Digital Trends reports, developer Remedy confirmed the news after Monaghan inadvertently revealed he was filming for the project with Ashmore....

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Quantum Break turning time and television

Remedy Creative Director Sam Lake took a moment at Gamescom 2014 to discuss the manipulation of time in the developer's upcoming adventure, Quantum Break. The studio that created Alan Wake is now tackling what amounts to a "superhero origin story" in the Xbox One exclusive that gives players the ...

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Quantum Break not impacted by Xbox Entertainment Studios closure

Microsoft's impending closure of its Xbox Entertainment Studios won't affect Quantum Break's live-action TV show, and both the game and show "remain on track" according to the company. The news follows Microsoft saying it "remains committed" to Halo: Nightfall and the Halo TV series despite yesterd...

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Quantum Break leaps to 2015, major showing at Gamescom

Remedy Entertainment slapped a 2015 window on Quantum Break today, and it's planning to showcase the Xbox One game at Gamescom rather than E3. In a teaser video, Creative Director Sam Lake said the studio will present the shooter's time-manipulation gameplay for the first time at the Euro convent...

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Remedy working on tablet game, Agents of Storm

Remedy, creators of Max Payne and the upcoming Quantum Break, are working on a game for tablets, Agents of Storm. There are little islands and it's your mission to set up a base, build up a fleet of boats and head into battle. Remedy touted full 3D renders for this strategy-action game. Coming earl...

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Remedy couldn't make Quantum Break without Microsoft

Like an Alan Wake mystery, the reasons behind Quantum Break's Xbox One exclusivity are slowly becoming clearer. Speaking to Games Industry, Remedy CEO Matias Myllyrinne revealed that Microsoft's help has been instrumental in bringing the game to life. Without outright confirming that Microsoft is f...

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D4 and Quantum Break share 'time travel mystery' genre

Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro and Remedy Entertainment seem to be pilfering inspiration from the same muse, though handling what it extracts in very different ways. Swery65's Rainy Woods – which would later be retooled and released as the horror-focused title Deadly Premonition – and Re...

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Alan Wake's American Nightmare drops price to $10 on XBLA

Alan Wake's American Nightmare, the standalone follow-up to the original psychological action thriller, is now 800 Microsoft Points ($10) on the Xbox Live Marketplace. The game was previously 1200 MSP ($15), which continues to be its price on Steam. Developer Remedy has moved on to Quantum Break...

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Steam weekend deals: Alan Wake for $3, DmC for $30

You can grab Remedy's Alan Wake for $3 on Steam this weekend, and if you toss in an extra buck you'll also get Alan Wake's American Nightmare. Weekend savings are also being extended to DmC: Devil May Cry, available for $30. All will revert to regular price at 10am PT on Monday morning. DmC ...

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Alan Wake series featured in Humble Weekly Sale

Downtrodden horror author Alan Wake stars in the latest Humble Weekly Sale, which offers up downloadable Windows versions of Remedy's third-person shooter Alan Wake and its follow-up American Nightmare for a buyer-chosen price (minimum $1). Bundle buyers will receive DRM-free downloads of Alan...

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