The lights are on
Fuse released today, and it maintains the Insomniac legacy of entertaining and unique weaponry. If you've read my review, you know that I found several elements to like despite some disappointments. Check out our new episode of Test Chamber below to hear my talk in more detail about the new release.
Andrew Reiner joins me for this single-player look at the game.
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Nice. At least they used the weaponry correctly, if not the story so much. The game seems decent enough.
I tried the demo. It was ok. Didn't even finish the demo. Meh!
This game looks.... Alright.
Another great Test Chamber! This game does look generic, but seems that a lot of fun could be had with 4 player co-op.
...PX22 adds mps player? Oh I'm sold
I might rent this game, seems alright.
Looks like a third person version of Syndicate. Never really heard about this game, some of the combat and co-op seems enjoyable but too much bland for my tastes. I kinda expected a bit more from Insomniac, they usually have some charm or angle with their games.
You know, I'm really disappointed in Insomniac on this one. These guys gave us Ratchet and Clank and Resistance, and when they finally try to branch out as a developer and make a multi-platform game, it's a generic shooter with no identity. Even if it's fun in co-op, why not get a better game for co-op like Borderlands?
Lol, trippin' balls. I haven't heard that in while. Thank you for that Reiner.
man that looked mediocre.....overstrike had such good potential
Insomniac games are cool! I love the Ratchet Series. This game I'll probably pick up when it's like $20 bucks...