The lights are on
Insomniac Games, EA, and Radical Entertainment have teamed up to introduce players to the cast of Fuse. While known for Spyro and the Ratchet & Clank series, the studio is no stranger to more mature subject matter.
Fuse, which has undergone a shift in direction since it was first announced at E3 2011, retains its team of four Overstrike 9 members. In this new motion comic, players will get the chance to learn a bit about Dalton, Izzy, Jacob, and Naya.
Fuse, which is Insomniac's first multiplatform project, is slated for release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on May 28, 2013.
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I forgot about this game, its nice to know it's still around.
I had never heard of this title but when I saw it in the last Game Informer issue I went and pre-ordered it. Going to go pick it up soon and I am really excited to try it out.
"Motion comic," another way of saying "we didn't have the budget to get real animation."
This being an EA game, I'm not at all excited about this game. Not that it will be "horrible", but that EA will over-market it, and create false hopes so much that it will probably fail.
This... just sounds more and more like crap every step of the way.
I'm excited for this game!
When I first read about this game, my mind jumped to Bulletstorm. It sounded like it would have a humorous tone to it with some underlying seriousness to it too.
Cool, I guess.
Zzzzzzz. Im a little upset that they played safe and stepped away from the more colorful target renders and humor from the reveal trailer. Now it just looks like yet another gritty and gray shooter with "hardknock" soldiers.
looks like an interesting game