Enter the URL for the tweet you want to embed. However, due to lukewarm reviews the game had horrid sales and caused the sequel (which would have had online capabilities) to vanish into thin air. Oy... Thankfully averted in the campaign; AI racers have to collect items to fuel their weapons like the human players, cannot. Quantum Redshift is a futuristic racer created by Curly Monsters. Created by Wipeout designer Nick Burcombe, the game puts the player in the shoes of 16 different characters, paired off in rivalries, whose stories unfold as tournaments are completed. Borrowing heavily from the super popular racing combat game WipeOut and subsequently XGIII, Quantum Redshift ups the ante by providing sharp graphics, easy controls, next-generation light sourcing and something new' a back story. Giant Bomb users. Blue Flame Labs. There are no Xbox user screenshots for this game. Terms of Use. Each character has a home circuit and a nemesis, and short animated sequences explain the background to each of the characters. You can search for consists of 2 releases. Black Friday Sale: Take 20% Off All Giant Bomb Merch Until 11/30! The tracks themselves are open and are played in both forward and reverse directions. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org. It was seen as the sleeper hit of 2002. Each track has multiple routes which are discovered as the player unlocks the faster speed classes. Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! Quantum Redshift is one for the less jaded gamer or the future racing fanatic, but the old school may want to try before they buy. Played straight in multiplayer to some degree; computers (and other players) will have the best upgrades amongst the human players. There are currently no topics for this game. QR has some striking similarities to Sony's Wipeout franchise, which is not surprising when you realise that Curly Monsters was created by a bunch of developers formerly of SCEE's Studio Liverpool. All rights reserved. 8 /10 Read the Eurogamer.net reviews policy Simon Wingate (36) added Quantum Redshift (Xbox) on Jan 02, 2003 Credits (78 people) 65 developers, 13 thanks. Quantum Redshift is a futuristic racing game for the Xbox console, developed by Curly Monsters and published by Microsoft Game Studios in 2002. send you an email once approved. any Giant Bomb content. Quantum Redshift is a futuristic Racing Game for the Xbox. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Pickups fall into three categories - shield, unguided missile, and guided missile. 1 Sub-pages 2 Other 2.1 Kyousuke Sawaki 2.2 Kousuke Sawaki 2.3 Kage 2.4 Oboro Kokawa 2.5 Big Taimanins Villains Asagi's childhood friend and long time boyfriend. Structurally, QR is presented like a beat'em up game. It was seen as the sleeper hit of 2002. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/QuantumRedshift. MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2020 The game retains a consistent 60fps, features 5.1 audio, and supports single and local split-screen multiplayer with up to four players. Game » The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 280 platforms from 1950 to date! Structurally, QR is presented like a beat'em up game. Concept, Design & Development: Curly Monsters Ltd. Curly Monsters are: Nick Burcombe, Lee Carus‑Wescott, Martin Linklater, Chris Roberts, Andy Satterthwaite, Neil Thompson, Paul Bahr‑Naylor, Andrew McMaster, Jon Dugdale. Ending of all the characters in Quantum Redshift game (Xbox) Created by Wipeout designer Nick Burcombe, the game puts the player in the shoes of 16 different characters, paired off in rivalries, whose stories unfold as tournaments are completed. There is no trivia on file for this game. After all this time, someone finally made a futuristic racing/combat game where characters have long standing rivalries and conflicted pasts. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll Quantum Redshift launched in September 2002 to solid review scores. Privacy Policy. Released Sep 17, 2002. It sits on a 70 Metascore, with much of the praise directed at the smooth gameplay and impressive graphics. QR has some striking similarities to Sony's Wipeout franchise, which is not surprising when you realise that Curly Monsters was created by a bunch of developers formerly of SCEE's Studio Liverpool.