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    Quantum Break had amazing graphics and solid gameplay, but a design choice that often gets overshadowed is the live-action companion episodes. Here's why more games should try them.
    When Quantum Break came out two years ago, it brought a twist to video game story-telling: long, live-action episodes, akin to a television show. This new idea was met with mixed opinions across the gaming community. Some thought that it was well-made and complimented the gameplay perfectly, while others felt that it took away from the gameplay itself and that it was poorly produced.
    Read: Quantum Break for Xbox One review
    Regardless of how anyone felt about it, though, I believe that at some point in the future, game developers should consider giving this idea another shot. Quantum Break's iteration may not have been perfect, but it did show us the potential.

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    02-10-2018 09:10 AM

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