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Jack Joyce attempts to stabilize time before it breaks completely, after he gains the ability to manipulate time locally when an experiment goes awry.


Mikael Kasurinen


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Shawn Ashmore ... Jack Joyce (voice)
Aidan Gillen ... Paul Serene (voice)
Dominic Monaghan ... William Joyce (voice)
Lance Reddick ... Martin Hatch (voice)
Courtney Hope ... Beth Wilder (voice)
Patrick Heusinger ... Liam Burke (voice)
Amelia Rose Blaire ... Amy Ferraro (voice)
Sean Durrie Sean Durrie ... Nick Masters / Jack Joyce Prototype #1 (voice)
Jacqueline Pinol ... Dr. Sofia Amaral (voice) (as Jacqueline Piñol)
Jeannie Bolet ... Clarice Ogawa
Jules de Jongh Jules de Jongh ... Clarice Ogawa / Various Characters (voice) (as Jules De Jongh)
Gethin Anthony ... Jack Joyce Prototype #2 (voice)
Erin Richards ... Beth Wilder Prototype (voice)
Oliver Hollis ... Prototype Guard (as Oliver Hollis-Leick)
Tim Beckmann ... (voice)

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Jack Joyce attempts to stabilize time before it breaks completely, after he gains the ability to manipulate time locally when an experiment goes awry.

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Could be Better
22 April 2016 | by vinothdharmaSee all my reviews

As we all Know, this is based on game designed for Xbox one. The Response of this game is moderate apart from the graphics work, which is really awesome, kudos to "Remedy Entertainment". The Previous products of remedy entertainment such as Max Payne, Agents of Storm are my favorite ones.

Coming to the show, the negative aspect that I think is its lagging a proper introduction about the Quantum Break but in the game they briefly narrate it and easy to understand. In order to watch the show we have to play the game. So for non-gamers it's a bit of a setback.

I have seen four episodes of Quantum Break and as per my view it is good, I actually thought Patrick Heusinger (Liam Burke in the series)is the Hero of the Sitcom but in game Shawn Ashmore (Jack Joyce) is the Hero.

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