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Remedy Entertainment and 505 games have unveiled a new trailer for Control as well as announcing that pre-orders are now open. There is a variety of...
Remedy Entertainment have just announced their latest game at E3. Titled Control, the game seems to be an action game in which you play as...
Remedy Entertainment is set to unveil their mysterious next game at E3 2018 but what could it be? Alan Wake or Quantum Break?
Quantum Break developer, Remedy Entertainment, has signed a worldwide publishing deal with 505 Games for its new project, an unannounced multi-platform title codenamed "Project 7".
Remedy Entertainment recently released the "Greatest Game Trailer Ever" which lead many to believe that Remedy Entertainment would be announcing a new game. Well,...
Remedy Entertainment, the developers behind titles like Alan Wake and Quantum Break, have teased an imminent announcement for a new title. The trailer titled "The...
It looks like Quantum Break has broken its Windows 10 shackles and will be making its way to Steam on September 14.
Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind Quantum Break and Max Payne, have announced a new partnership with South Korean developer Smilegate, to work on the campaign for its upcoming multiplayer shooter, CrossFire 2.
Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind Max Payne, Quantum Break and yes, Alan Wake, has gone and made a very interesting step in the direction of there being a new Alan Wake on the horizon.
Earlier this week Microsoft unveiled something very surprising. Remedy Entertainment's upcoming time-bending adventure, Quantum Break, will be coming to Windows 10 on April 5 and will be available absolutely free to anyone who digitally pre-orders the game on Xbox One.
Now, don't get too excited PC gamers, but Remedy Entertainment's Xbox exclusive Quantum Break could be coming to PC, if a recent listing on the Brazil Advisory Rating Board is to be believed.
Big words from Bobby Ice Man in this new trailer for Quantum Break, the upcoming exclusive for Xbox One. Instead of using ice, in this game he uses time manipulation to battle the evil corporation, Monarch Solutions. Good on you Bobby, you show them.
For those wanting to see more of Remedy's incredibly story driven video game, Quantum Break, you'll have to wait until much later this year as the developers have revealed that the Xbox One exclusive won't be making an appearance at E3 this year.
First we had Uncharted 4 for PlayStation 4, then we had The Legend of Zelda for Wii U, and now we've got Quantum Break for Xbox One. It seems all three of these massive exclusives have been pushed back to 2016, something that many of us gamers aren't best pleased about. But we've got Halo 5: Guardians to look forward to, right?