Quantum Conundrum
E3 2012: Quantum Conundrum Interview - Kim Swift Takes Us To Another Dimension
Written Thursday, June 28, 2012 By Richard Walker
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Having worked on the original Portal, Kim Swift has a background in crafting mind-boggling puzzlers, and Quantum Conundrum looks to provide a similar experience, as you move through the rooms of Professor Fitz Quadrangle's devilish mansion, shifting between four dimensions to complete all manner of fiendish puzzles.

Using you dimension-switching glove, you're able to change between the fluffy, heavy, slow-motion and anti-gravity dimensions, reverting to the normal dimension if it all gets too much to handle. It's a fantastic idea, and having played the trial at E3 (check out our preview here), it's shaping up to be an essential PSN title this summer.

To get some additional insight into Quantum Conundrum, its dimension shifting mechanics, the origin of the idea and more, we sat down with Creative Director, Kim Swift to talk about the game, which is coming to the PlayStation Network on July 11th for $14.99. Watch!


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Comment #1 by Tostigroover
Thursday, June 28, 2012 @ 02:41:03 PM
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A nice interview, guys. The audio seemed a bit low quality to me. As if the microphone wasn't good or not close enough to the mouth of the speaker. Volume seems low, I don't think the lower frequencies are picked up well and there appears to be a lot of ambient noise.

This game sounds so incredibly cool! I really like the working of the different dimensions and their properties. I also like that everybody from the team was allowed to create some puzzles -- this should abolish the repetition that some puzzle games develop where the puzzles get more difficult but do not require a different type of thinking.

I also feel the price (North American, at least. I don't know about Europe) is pretty good.

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Comment #2 by Molasar
Thursday, June 28, 2012 @ 02:50:03 PM
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Just cant wait for this game.

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Game Info
Airtight Games
Square Enix


US July 10, 2012
Europe July 11, 2012
Japan July 24, 2012

Players: 1
ESRB: Everyone
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