Quantum Theory

Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: Tecmo Koei
Developer: Tecmo Koei
Release Date: March 2010

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'Quantum Theory' (PS3/X360) - New Screens

by Rainier on March 21, 2010 @ 12:10 a.m. PDT

In Tecmo's third-person shooter players take on the role of the massive, gun-wielding warrior Syd and battle through intense action sequences in an unpredictable, shape-shifting battlefield. In addition to single player campaign, Quantum Theory also supports four modes of online multiplayer, complete with voice chat for real-time communication.

Many years have passed since the world war inflicted catastrophic damage on the human race, leaving only a few survivors. In their new community “Cocoon,” life has been threatened by a black material called Erosion, creating a post-apocalyptic environment. Surviving humans recruit a militia to conquer the Erosion and set out to take down the evil, “Living Tower”.  Arriving at the scene is the stalwart warrior Syd, whose only intentions are to destroy the Tower.  He meets the beautiful and mysterious Filena as they both ascend to the top in their search for answers. The erosion of the Tower intensifies as the players climb up through the moving landform.


Key Features:

  • Shape-Shifting Battlefield: Navigate through a dark fantasy world where the intense battleground surprises you with new and challenging obstacles by changing its form in real-time
  • Two-Character Combination Actions: Syd and Filena, an AI-controlled partner, perform actions as a pair—in some instances, that is the only way to overcome hurdles. Strategically perform combos for a more powerful, fierce attack against colossal enemies
  • Online Play: Continue your adventure with others in four online modes
  • Distinctive Art Nouveau Style Environment:  Radiant colors and the mixture of organic elements complements both action and technology

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