Murdered: Soul Suspect: The Kotaku Review

I came across something midway through Murdered: Soul Suspect that summed up the majority of my experience playing this game. I was strolling through a police station as Ronan O'Connor, a detective so hard-boiled that his own death could not stop him from hunting down the notorious murderer as The Bell Killer. The… » 6/03/14 11:30am 6/03/14 11:30am

Quantum Conundrum Creators Bravely Venture Into Mobile Gaming with PIXLD

Quantum Conundrum's Kim Swift (because I am tired of typing Portal creator) and her team at Airtight Games have undergone a startling epiphany—mobile phones can play games. They've launched Airtight Mobile to take advantage of this discovery, with the first of these "mobile phone games" dropping next week. It's… » 10/24/12 6:55pm 10/24/12 6:55pm

Quantum Conundrum: The Kotaku Review

Let's just get this out of the way: Yes, Quantum Conundrum is a first-person puzzler, just like Portal. Yes, it was designed by Kim Swift, the project lead on Portal. And yes, it shares some of Portal's core traits: there's a physics-altering arm device, a goofy omniscient narrator, and an alarming number of buttons… » 6/21/12 12:00pm 6/21/12 12:00pm

Quantum Conundrum Could Be a Wonderful Spiritual Successor to Portal

Everything's in first-person. Your silent hero is equipped with a high-tech gadget that can manipulate chunks of the environment. You progress through a series of rooms, each stuffed to the brim with quirky crate-and-button-based puzzles that need solving. And an omniscient voice is talking to you the whole time. » 4/11/12 6:00pm 4/11/12 6:00pm

Who Better Than Star Trek's Q to Star in Quantum Conundrum?

If anyone is qualified to create an Interdimensional Shift Glove it's the man that flexed his interdimensional muscles s dozen times over the course of three different television series. John "Q" de Lancie steps into the disembodied voice of Professor Fitz Quadwrangle in Airtight Games' Quantum Conundrum. » 4/04/12 10:15am 4/04/12 10:15am