Quantum Entanglement Entertainment is combining together Television, Video Games, and Film into a cohesive from of content that is not restricted to conventional medium or distribution form. Here is a snippet of some of the games in the past that our co-founders created, directed, designed and executive produced.
Praise for Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
A wonderfully successful psychological thriller meant to screw with gamers’ minds, emotions, and fears to the nth degree.
An amazing achievement…a truly intelligent psychological thriller, complete with balanced gameplay and plenty of surprises you’ll never forget.
Brilliant, stunning, the best thing on the GameCube since I dropped my soiled undies on it two months ago before I went to bed…It blows “Resident Evil” out of the water.
Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
A Psychological Horror
This horror story spans generations, so you must relive the blood-soaked history while conjuring spells, solving puzzles, and slaying supernatural beasts. Whether you're creeping around as the Roman Centurion, Cambodian villager, or any of the other characters, the psychological thriller will challenge you to use your mind as well as your might. The story is historically based and features many significant real-world events and locations, including the blood-soaked fields of the Somme, the jungle-ridden temples of Angkor Wat, the deserts of Persia, and the haunted vales of Rhode Island.
Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes
Solid Snake debuts on the GameCube in Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes. This game revives the first two Metal Gear Solid games--Metal Gear Solid and Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty--and combines their best features into one unique experience. You are Solid Snake--a spy called out of retirement to infiltrate an Alaskan nuclear base. During your mission, you'll discover secret military projects and surprising details about your past. Stealth is usually key to a successful mission, but if all else fails, you have a vast arsenal of weapons--including a silenced pistol, a rifle, guided missiles, and a sniper rifle--to dispose of your enemies.
Praise for Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes
The story is awesome — plot twists, deception, romance, it has it all… and the plot is much better then most of the movies that are put out now a days.
The gameplay is fun and innovative, the graphics are simply breathtaking, the cut scenes look simply amazing. Textures are done with detail and look sweet.
This is a game that simply must be played to be fully experienced, standing at the forefront of truly wonderful storytelling in videogames.
… the story is presented with such a brilliant combination of style and substance that you’ll want to come back and experience it over and over again.
The best game on GameCube by far and one of the best games ever, in my opinion. It’s a must-own for any action game fan. [Grade = A+]
Praise for Too Human
The game is that well constructed, and when it’s firing on all cylinders there’ nothing out there that can beat it for sheer satisfaction.
I’ll try to describe this game: Myth meets Diablo and the Borg from Star Trek. I wasn’t able to put away the gamepad for a very long time.
If “World of Warcraft” had a baby with “Star Wars” and the doctor pumped it full of steroids the final result would be Silicon Knight’s Too Human.
The game is a triumph in everything it aims to do: an intriguing story, breathtaking cinematography and narrative, a unique and effective combat system, extensive customization options, and a meaningful concept.
As the Cybernetic God Baldur, you get thrust into the midst of an ongoing battle that threatens the existence of mankind.
Goblin Man of Norway
The Goblin Man of Norway
A Viral Marketing Video for the Game Too Human
There are no actors in this film. This was done purely with game developers, professors, students, friends and a great deal of passion. All SG was done in-house at Silicon Knights.
Praise for the Goblin Man of Norway
Where did this come from? … Although the video as a whole is clearly designed to sell the game play (which looks great), the real jaw dropper of this latest video entry is the first clip form a documentary titled The Goblin Man of Norway.
Great short filmed as a documentary. Excellent direction and the background music drags you along for the ride. Wonderful!
Just awesome. Jay Cheel is a fascinating filmmaker and has an uncanny ability to suck you in with every scene.