Excerpt: Not everything about this game is bad; some of the weapons, particularly the first you unlock, feel substantial and deadly. Unfortunately, the lack of creativity in Quantum’s arsenal of weapons leaves us with a group of weapons we’ve used in a myriad of other titles, only now they look different.
Excerpt: Quantum Theory is a lot like Gears of War, and I’m sure its inception came from a group of people trying to figure out a way to capitalize on Epic’s success with its third-person juggernaut. Unfortunately, much of what was taken from Gears either didn’t translate well or doesn’t have nearly the same level of polish. So essentially, this makes Quantum Theory a poor man’s Gears of War.
Conclusion: However, if you go into it with an open mind you could get a bit of enjoyment out of it. Be prepared for a long grind for the mulltiplayer achievements. If you decide to leave a negative vote, please let it be because you think I didnt write a good review. Please dont let it be because you disagree with my opinions on the game.
Excerpt: If there is one thing that Quantum Theory gets right, and this is digging deep, is that it makes you really appreciate Gears of War . Tecmo Koei’s cover-based shooter is a blatant copy of Epic Games’ cover-based shooter, and a very bad one at that. The developers took a look at Gears of War , decided that this is what gamers like, and proceeded to make their version, which is frustrating and boring.
Excerpt: Some games are so bad that it only takes a few minutes of playing for you to know that you will hate it. Quantum Theory is one of those games. From the minute I picked up the controller and saw the unrefined gameplay, the cheesy characters, and the storyline that borders on insane, I decided that this game was not worth anybody’s time.