Quantum Break is the reason you should buy an Xbox One if you already haven't, but if you want to see an HD version of where developer Remedy Games basically got its start, you'll need a PlayStation 4 this week. That's because the first Max Payne is hitting the PlayStation Store -- in Europe, at least -- on April 22nd. Show More Summary
Sam Lake, whose name is an anglicized version of Sami Järvi, has provided the creative spark behind Remedy Entertainment’s games from the beginning. He’s the writer of Max Payne, Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne, and Alan Wake. But he stepped up to the role of creative director with Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, […]
Xbox One, PC, Microsoft, cert: 16 Remedy, it seems, is a studio that would rather make movies than games. Their biggest hit, the 2001 revenge thriller Max Payne, was inspired by Hong Kong action flicks, while Alan Wake, the 2010 cult horror title, owes a huge debt to David Lynch. Show More Summary
Remedy likes connecting their games. Max Payne showed up numerous times in Alan Wake, though you might not have realized it, since they mostly involved obscure voice work and bathroom graffiti. The studio has kept the tradition alive with their time-manipulating thriller Quantum Break, available now, with a decidedly less subtle nod that stars Mr. […]
Quantum Break is the latest game from Remedy, the studio behind Max Paynes 1, 2 and Alan Wake. As you steel yourself for the mind-bending implications of tooling around with time travel, prepare also to have your brain melted by the metaphysical minefield in which the fictional worlds of Quantum Break, Alan Wake and Max...
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From the cinematic director of Max Payne and Vice City comes a Telltale-style action-adventure set in Iran.
Remedy (Max Payne) is finally getting Quantum Break out the door in April and it looks a lot different from when I first saw it in 2013 (and just look at 2012's prototype footage). Since then it's gotten the Hollywood treatment as well as picked up a couple The Wire alum. But you can read all about Quantum Break elsewhere. Show More Summary
PREVIEW: We had a good look at the first full act of Microsoft’s exclusive Windows 10 and Xbox One title, Quantum Break. The new story-based shooter from Remedy Entertainment, the maker of Alan Wake and Max Payne, features Jack Joyce (played by actor Shawn Ashmore) as a man who can manipulate time because of a scientific experiment […]
Spoiler alert: This preview has text and video that tell you what happens at the start of the game. Remedy Entertainment pioneered the use of the slow-motion, Matrix-like “bullet time” in video games in Max Payne way back in 2001. It carried slow-motion combat to new levels in Alan Wake, from 2010. And now the […]
Quantum Break has appeared on the Windows 10 Store, ahead of its April 5th launch. Quantum Break is a time bending third-person shooter from Remedy Entertainment, known for Alan Wake and Max Payne. Quantum Break promises to be a visual...Show More Summary
“You get what you pay for” is one of those tried-and-true idioms that’s especially relevant in high-end electronics. Want a nice camera or a computer that’ll actually play Max Payne 3? Expect to shell out top dollar. Read more...
We already knew that Quantum Break would be hitting the Xbox One in April. But the next game from the creators of Max Payne is also coming to Windows, too. And if you pre-order the console version, you can get Quantum Break on PC for free. Read more...
Part narrative adventure, part science fiction TV series, the latest game from Max Payne creator Remedy Entertainment shows us a new era of entertainment Quantum Break is about what happens when three young dudes get together and, for old time’s sake, bring about the collapse of the space-time continuum. Show More Summary
I haven't been following Quantum Break too closely, even though I love Max Payne andAlan Wake. What I've seen so far has felt a bit generic, lifeless, and grey, so I'm hoping that Remedy's traditional bizarre touch is hiding under the thick film of Microsoft's marketing. Show More Summary
The Brazilian rating board seems to believe Quantum Break is coming to PC. Quantum Break, the Xbox One exclusive by Max Payne and Alan Wake developer Remedy, was never officially announced for PC. The Ministério da Justiça in Brazil, however, has approved an age rating for the game on both Xbox One and PC. The […]
You may not have heard the name Michael Shanks, but you’re almost certainly familiar with his work, be it inventory-based Skyrim parodies or the exciting mundaneness of Max Payne’s life. Shanks has since moved from the confines of YouTube to the TV screen, with his series The Wizards of Aus debuting on SBS 2 later this month. More »
When one sees that Max Payne has already been rated for the PlayStation 4 by the ESRB, then this is certainly the strongest hint yet that it could jolly well be a title that has been aimed at being the upcoming PS2 release. After all,...Show More Summary
Sony recently announced that PS4 can play PS2 games, so long as you purchase them again from Sony for upwards of $10. They do work pretty well, but I can't imagine buying too many of them, especially when PS2 games aren't all that hard to find. Show More Summary
Rockstar may be bringing more than just Grand Theft Auto games to the PlayStation 4.