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Normally when we hear the word Quantum we think of being 14-years old and sobbing quietly in the corner of physics class, so good on Quantum Conundrum for being a game that takes brain-teasing puzzles, fluffs them up a bit (literally) and makes them fun. Eat that, science. Made by former Valve employee Kim Swift, Quantum Conundrum will undoubtedly draw comparisons to Portal, but stands on its own as an ace puzzle adventure. Check it out in Game of the Week in Access TV Episode 41, available on the PlayStation Store right now.
Also on the agenda is the recent Namco Bandai showcase in London, where Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Tales of Graces f and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 were in attendance. Check out footage from the games, as well as interviews with Tales' Hideo Baba and Tekken's Katsuhiro Harada in Access All Areas this week.
And if you reckon the guns in Borderlands 2 are good, just wait until you see the gun ideas the Access TV crew come up with. They're so brilliant(ly rubbish), the team decided to pitch them to President of Gearbox Software, Randy Pitchford. See what he made of them in this week's Bonus Level.
To finish off, there's a roundup of all the week's biggest news stories, as well as a look through the best content available on the PlayStation Store.
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