D4 (Dark Dreams Don't Die) and Quantum Break hitch their core narrative device to the same time travel theme. Despite identical themes at their core, Remedy and Access tell their tales in vastly different ways.
Quantum Break appears to use the narrative device as part of a world-threatening evil. Two playable characters with the ability to manipulate time look to stop a madman with powerful abilities that dwarf their own. In Quantum Break, these scientifically-altered characters encounter scenarios where time breaks down around them, affecting everyone in the world. D4's approach is quite different.
In Swery65's title, the story revolves around one man's quest to save his wife. Rather than time manipulation being something affecting the entire world, it zeroes in on one man who can jump between the threads of time to solve crimes and attempt to learn the truth about his murdered spouse.