The Quiet Man – Silence Isn’t Always Golden

Tuesday, February 26th, 2019

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At the Square Enix E3 conference, they announced a brand new IP; An action beat-em-up known as The Quiet Man. A game that was quickly swept under the rug with all the other E3 news. Though, Square didn’t really help by sandwiching the game between Tomb Raider and Kingdom Hearts.

So months passed without much news, until the game was shown off again at the Tokyo Game Show, where many people compared the combat to the other Square Enix beat-em-up The Bouncer.

The game looked rough none the less, and I myself expected the game to not be released for a while longer. Then, all of a sudden it was released, and garnered quite a lot of critical reviews.

But with my unique taste in video games I thought I would take a look at the game to see if it is a hidden gem that in 6 years time we’ll look back on with the same reverence as games such as Two Worlds and the like.

(Also, special thanks to corrupted_save regular Shlotz for my water mark)

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