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This week's Steam deals are headlined by ex-Valver Kim Swift's first-person puzzle game, Quantum Conundrum, available for $4.50 until June 24 at 10AM PT. Anodyne, a 16-bit adventure game from Sean Hogan and Jonathan Kittika, is also on offer, discounted to $5 for the week. Worms developer Team17...

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You'll be able to enter the Cheap Dimension along with all the others in Quantum Conundrum this week, as Airtight Games' physics-shifting puzzle game is free with PlayStation Plus membership. And if you're still in the mood to solve environmental puzzles, Machinarium's PS3 version is $6.99 for Plus...

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The Absolutely Great Square Pack from Amazon offers seven games and one piece of DLC in digital form, all of which would normally cost $165, for just $10: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Augmented Edition and "The Missing Link" DLC, Hitman: Blood Money, Just Cause 2, Just Cause, Quantum Conundrum, Suprem...

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Two new DLC packs are planned for Quantum Conundrum, Square Enix announced today. The "Desmond Debacle" and "IKE-aramba!" add-ons will be available later this summer for 240 MS Points ($2.99) each. The Desmond Debacle DLC pack launches on Steam first on July 31; PS3 and Xbox 360 get the DLC on Augu...

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This week the PlayStation Store is headed to mystical places, full of magic, wonder and unprovoked beheadings – now across four different dimensions! Game of Thrones is out for download this week for $50 and Quantum Conundrum runs $15, with a demo also available. Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition...

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It's Sunday, and you know what that means: We watched the Quantum Conundrum YouTube show and we now want to share our confusion with you. The Super Dimensional Quantum Learning's Problems and Solutions Gametime Spectacular!! features the heavy dimension this week. And a Kevin Pereira in a wig....

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Stiq Flicks – from film and video game industry freelance writer Kevin Kelly – examines video games and attempts to pair them with matching films. It's like wine and cheese, but with more aliens. Quantum Conundrum has already been confounding people on PC for a couple of weeks, and soo...

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The premiere episode of The Super Dimensional Quantum Learning's Problems and Solutions Gametime Spectacular!! is live, and that's all we're going to say about that. We're not going to mention how former G4 host Kevin Pereira makes for an overly emphatic, quirked-out presenter, how it seems devel...

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Square Enix and Los Angeles art/gaming collective iam8bit are teaming up to create a new web-based game show in association with the dimension-bending Quantum Conundrum, out next month. The show will be hosted by Kevin Pereira (formerly of G4's Attack of the Show), and will feature contestants bat...

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Those without the requisite hardware to run Quantum Conundrum on the PC will have to wait until July. Quantum Conundrum will come to PSN on July 10 for $14.99, and XBLA on July 11 for 1200 MS Points ($15). If you prefer to pick up Quantum Conundrum through Steam, it's now available on the PC for $1...

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Square Enix has finally laid down a launch date for Quantum Conundrum: The game will arrive on Windows via Steam on June 21. You can preorder the game right now either as a standard edition, or as a "season pass," with three exclusive Team Fortress 2 items, a downloadable soundtrack, and all of the...

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Square Enix is moving away from the paltry world of dimension-based reveals, announcing actor John De Lancie as one of Quantum Conundrum's main actors. De Lancie is, of course, known for his part as "Q" in the James Bond series, aiding Bond in his interstellar travels of exploration and diplomacy...

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It was a fairly lively April Fools' Day this year -- not only did we manage to make it all day without being duped, deceived or disillusioned, but at times we were genuinely entertained by what the technology and gaming companies of the world were able to dream up. On the other hand, the stuff inve...

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We've previously explored Quantum Conundrum's "Fluffy Dimension." Today, Square Enix sent out screens of a much less inviting permutation, one with a bit more gravity to it -- the "Heavy Dimension." Of course, heaviness is a bit harder to convey visually than fluffiness....

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