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Fuse debuts in the UK charts at number 37


GRID 2 meanwhile takes pole position
Jun 03
Whilst many didn't expect it to set the charts alight, it can't be of any comfort to Insomniac Games to know that Fuse entered the UK videogame charts at number 37. Our own Jim Sterling said in his review the game was "lazy" ... read
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Jimquisition happens every Monday!
How do you like your coffee? Blacker than midnight on a moonless night? Or is that just what you want people to think? Asking consumers what coffee they drink is a fine example of demonstrating exactly how problematic a focu... read feature

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'New stuff' coming to Fuse, but not DLC


Insomniac claims focus testing didn't dilute the game
May 29
Insomniac Games is working on more content for its recently released Fuse, but it won't just be downloadable content. According to studio head Ted Price, the team is already prototyping some substantial new stuff.  "For ... read
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I'm at the end of mine
Insomniac turned a lot of heads when it first revealed Overstrike -- a colorful, cartoony, over-the-top cooperative shooter that looked promisingly hilarious. Even more heads turned, but for entirely the wrong reasons, when O... read feature

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Fuse demo drops next week with split-screen support


Find some friends to play this with
May 03
The general vibe I'm getting about Fuse is that of disappointment. The cooperative shooter isn't what people want from Insomniac Games, and although I feel similarly, we should probably wait until we have first-hand expe... read
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Insomniac sets its sights on a May release for Fuse


Co-op-centric shooter for Xbox 360 and PS3
Mar 23
Insomniac Games' cooperative shooter Fuse will be releasing on May 28 and May 31 in North America and Europe, respectively, the studio announced today. This comes after a delay earlier this year and something of a confused id... read
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Meet the four heroes of Fuse


Get to know the team
Mar 02
Fuse is the four-player cooperative third-person shooter from Insomniac Games and stars four distinct playable characters. And you can get to know each one through these four new trailers focusing on each star. You get to se... read
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Wave-based co-operative with a twist
Contrary to popular belief, competitive multiplayer is not required for every shooter that releases these days. Heck, it's not even required for every AAA game. We've seen multiplayer shoehorned into multiple high-profile gam... read feature

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An interview with Ted Price, Insomniac Games Founder and CEO
Fuse is Insomniac Games' first new intellectual property to release since Resistance: Fall of Man on PlayStation 3 in 2006. Before that, the developer worked on the acclaimed Ratchet & Clank series, famous for its ov... read feature

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Insomniac shows off latest Fuse trailer and screenshots


So many graphics!
Dec 18
I'm not really sure what to think about Fuse. I was all about the game once I heard that it was a third-person shooter coming from Insomniac. Then they decided the game needed a more serious tone, but they were also going to... read
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The DTOID Show: Wii U, Bayonetta 2, & Far Cry Monkeybombs


Also Jonathan Holmes played Black Ops II haha
Sep 14
The Destructoid Show was LIVE today with fanciful fun and magical treasures for everyone, and blah blah something something, I don't know -- it's Friday why are you making me write these sentences. If you missed it, the Wii U... read
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This is what Insomniac's Fuse looks like in action


Sep 14
This past week we got to tell you all about Insomniac's Fuse, their new third-person co-op shooter. Originally called Overstrike, the new direction of the game is bringing a more serious tone while still keeping the over-the... read






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