From the outset, Fuse feels like a familiar game—it mixes some of the best ideas from a bevy of other titles into a futuristic third-person shooter. Think Borderlands meets Bulletstorm with a dash of Uncharted. That sounds sweet on paper, but Fuse proves that it takes more than a list of good ideas to make a game worth … »
Insomniac's new game Fuse is out today in North America. We'll have more in our full review later, but for now here are a few of my immediate impressions of the game — how it plays, how it looks and where it left me a little cold. »
Fuse is developed by Insomniac Games. Fuse is a third-person co-operative shooter. Fuse will release May 28. Fuse will not have an Online Pass. And Fuse will not have any microtransactions. But Fuse will be published by Electronic Arts.
Insomniac's upcoming third-person shooter Fuse is a game built around switching: in its history, its design, and its execution. During a preview event that EA held in New York yesterday to show off the game, I got a closer look at all three elements. »
Sometimes when you're picking up a gun in a shooter, you can't wait to get rid of it. The nagging feeling that something better is going to come along persists, and you wind up chasing the weapon of your dreams. »
Despite my aversion to shooters—god, there's too many of them—Overstrike, with its playful, comical tone and its cartoon aesthetic caught my eye. The approach felt like something fresh. But we don't have Overstrike anymore, no, instead we have Fuse. Compare the two
Last year, Insomniac Games surprised the gaming world by showing up at EA's E3 2011 press conference with an all-new game called Overstrike