Well if you're like me it's because you just can't get into Remedy's kind of game design. Plus, there is nothing going on in that game that hasn't essentially been done before. Freezing time? Slow motion? Time reversal? All done before. The game is basically one gimmick mechanic with mediocre third-person shooter action. It also seems to have a rather uninteresting setting from what we've seen. I'm just not sure what ANY of the hype about the game is. It's the same problem I have with people hyping The Order. It's Gears of War in alternate Victorian London with slow motion, cinematic melee, and no multiplayer. It could be awesome but there is little reason to sing many praises about it right now outside of its visuals.
Thing is, The Order isn't trying to be much more. Ready at Dawn is just trying to make a solid title that I'm sure the guys have been wanting to make for a while. They're not trying to do anything new. My problem with Quantum Break is more or less internet fans. Remedy, is as you said, over rated. It's just that MS fans will shame on The Order for trying to be a very well made title, then get a hard on for Quantum Break saying it's doing "This and that" while not doing anything new, nor anything that Remedy themselves hasn't done before. Plus the overall "gaming journalism" elitist problem. Like others have mentioned, there's very little actual QTEs in the game. Whatever is there is nothing more than guides. If you're going to shame on The Order, go back into your Arkham reviews and shame on them for having them.