7 Amazing Time Travel Video Games That Everyone Should Play At Least Once

Time Travel. Oh Boy! what an amazing thing, Time Travel is if not the biggest mystery of all time. Nobody knows if this is even real or is it even possible but we know one thing for sure and that is Time Travel is a topic that gives birth to amazing games and movies. I have so much to say about Time Travel and I will in an upcoming video/Article. But for now, let’s list down some amazing time travel games that you guys should play at least once


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I was initially pretty skeptical about Braid, and it took me some time to get past the game’s severe melancholy. I eventually found the game’s story and the way it plays against the gameplay to be academically interesting, and the game’s final payoff is terrific, but it’s the ingenuity of the mechanics that makes Braid so engaging. – Giant Bomb
Braid is a rare gem in the gaming world. It combines a wonderful audiovisual presentation, a philosophical story and ingenious puzzle gameplay into a brilliant gaming experience. If one game would deserve it to be called art, Braid would be that one game. – Gamer.nl
One of the most innovative games in years, of the highest quality and unique nature, Braid is a game you can’t miss. Already a must have for PC and Xbox 360 users, Braid deserves a space on your Playstation 3 hard drive. – GameFocus


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The sheer polish applied to every part of Bayonetta 2 is something every major studio should aspire to: the exceptional and wide-ranging soundtrack, the huge number of unlocks, the Nintendo easter eggs, the “making of” materials, and the unlockable characters that bring their own style. Not a single thing has been held back. In this second adventure, Bayonetta over-delivers in every regard, and it will be a long time before another fighting game threatens her crown. – Guardian
Bayonetta 2 is the high-flying return of everyone’s favorite Umbra Witch. Platinum Games pushes to the Wii U to its limit with fast action, magnificent vistas, and huge bosses. The addition of the original Bayonetta just pushes the entire package over the top. If you’re a Devil May Cry fan, this is a must-buy. – USgamer
Bayonetta 2’s biggest disappointment may be that it’s an iterative sequel, but it’s not such a problem when it’s iterating on genius. – Eurogamer


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While many of the game’s components have become stereotypes over the years, here they are carefully constructed and fit together perfectly, creating something larger than the sum of its parts. – GameCritics
Worth a look for anyone who simply craves a quality RPG for the GBA. – 1UP
It’s true that Tales of Phantasia isn’t the huge RPG that it was back in the SNES era, or even the shadow of newer RPGs from last generation, but it is still a warm, heart-filling experience that anyone who can overcome hours of tough, continuous battling will enjoy. – GameCube Advanced


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One of the most original games we’ve seen in a long while. You play as a ghost, tasked with solving your own murder case, and in the process saving witnesses and others from the same potential fate by manipulating the enviroment in the precious few minutes before their would-be killer tries to take their life. The puzzles often border on genius and will challenge your imagination regularly. A well-thought out and well-executed puzzle game. – Gamereactor Denmark
Ghost Trick: Detective Fantasma is a great adventure game with a strong personality, an awsome look and pretty dialogs. The original gameplay is able to keep the interest constantly alive, but the lack of variety and the trial and error mechanics could be a problem for someone. – Eurogamer Italy
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is a fantastic combination of absurd Japanese humor and point and click mechanics. It’s filled to the brim with charm, good laughs and brilliant puzzles that will keep you locked to the screen for hours on end. – Gamer.no


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Chrono Trigger DS is a remake done right, and both longtime fans and new players should pick it up. – Gamervision
Chrono Trigger rightfully climbs to the olymp of roleplaying games. Charming graphics, great story and a neat combat system make this classic an instant hit on the NDS! – Cynamite
Easily one of the best video games I’ve played in the recent past, and I’ve played quite a few of them. Whether or not you’re a fan of consoled-based role-playing games, you owe it to yourself to try this one; it might just change your opinion of them. – Worth Playing


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Steins;Gate is one of the finest visual novels translated to date. If you are a fan of Japanese culture and/or time travel plots, you will love this game. – RPG Fan
What visual novel Steins;Gate lacks in gameplay it certainly makes up for with one of the best, most complex and most touching stories I have experienced in video games. It centers around a few youths in Tokyo who accidentally invents a machine that can send messages back in time. The mix of science fiction and drama is further lifted by its memorable characters, in part thanks to good Japanese voice actors. On the negative side, the rare parts of interaction among all text boxes feel a bit illogical at times, some of the characters are less memorable and there is a little bit of unnecessary fan service. These things will hardly be on the mind of anyone getting into the story though. – Level7.nu
Overall, Steins; Gate could be considered the pinnacle of visual novels with its brilliant storytelling combined with beautiful visuals. – COGconnected

Quantum Break

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If they dial back the gorgonzola, the product placement and adjust that cover mechanic, this could have been a perfect game…But, for now, you’ve got the best-looking game on Xbox One, jam-packed full of familiar faces and top-notch acting, complemented by strong gameplay mechanics and a popcorn-crunching TV series. – Digital Spy
Quantum Break pushes the third-person genre through a star-studded cast and time-bending gameplay, although it lacks the replay value that many may have hoped for. – Game Rant
Quantum Break emphasizes its narrative, which is sometimes detrimental to its cause. However, despite that fault, what’s presented here is a very intricate, interesting and visually stunning game; not to mention one that is very fun to play when it lets the player use its protagonist’s time-bending super powers. – We Got This Covered
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#7 Amazing Time Travel Video Games That Everyone Should Play At Least Once