Conclusion: Fuse seems like it took the template for a co-op shooter and forgot to take the time to modify that template to give the game a soul. Much like the title of the game, Fuse is generic and easily forgotten.
Excerpt: . He said Insomniac’s new third-person, four-player co-op title is plenty of fun to play solo, primarily due to top-notch ally AI, a decent story and plenty of environmental diversity. As it turns out, I believe he was partly correct. The game
Excerpt: Fuse is The Hives of video games. Hear me out. The Hives play loud and fast. They may not be the most technically proficient band out there, but they’ve got a certain raw kinetic energy most bands would dream of having.
Pros: Each of the four characters plays differently, and teaming up with a full roster of human players is a blast, Campaign is a solid 8-10 hours, and Echelon mode is there to pick up where the story leaves off, Insomniac’s trademark flair for the high-tech and the outrageous shines through
Cons: Playing with AI is not ideal, Cover and platforming elements are a bit half-baked, Graphics and sound are rough around the edges