Quantum theory as a science is officially dead and has been replaced by multiple facets that include such things as quantum mechanics. These multi-faceted points to physics quantum theories have overthrown the much less thought out and planned quantum theory of the first quarter of the last century. The reason for this complete lack of a general overview of quantum theories is that, when grouped together, it is harder to prove their likelihood and thus leaves more holes in the logical answers and is thus less complete than when looked at individually.
Thankfully the new game that is supposed to release March 25th, is more alive than any other to date. The game itself has a Kill Switch or Gears of War feel about it that lends to suspenseful game play. However, unlike Kill Switch, Gears of War or any other game in its genre before, the map in which you are travelling through actually comes to life. The tower that you will need to negotiate, and eventually destroy, has its own thoughts on what you should be doing. One moment superb hiding positions will be plentiful and the next you will be completely in the open.
This new style, if successfully accepted by those who buy Quantum Theory, could lead to a whole new generation of game play. Game play of this nature would be one where you not only have your traditional adversaries, but also must face inanimate objects that you inherently trust as safe. Paranoia and therefore panic would set in for the players’ minds and would further increase the difficulty of the game as when someone becomes excited or nervous, they tend to lose a lot of their fine motor skills which are crucial for the successful playing of video games.