Summary: There are many great shooters that are available on the PC as well as the consoles. They range from serious games such as Call of Duty Black Ops to the less than serious games such as Gotham City Impostors. But there are a few games that stress co-op as you have to work together as a team to accomplish your goals.
Summary: Bought it to play co-op with a friend. We got exactly what we expected, which is okay. Game was really short though. If anything that is my main gripe. The main idea of buying upgrades doesn't really work as well as you'd think, since it's all the same stuff across characters. The gameplay didn't do anything new or exciting, except that each character had a special-mechanic gun.
Summary: I'd been looking for a good drop-in/drop-out co-op shooter and was eager to pick this up until I heard about the drawbacks (bland characters, level design, weapons, etc). When this hit $30 I decided to grab it. The game is fairly generic and short, with the only real originality in the FUSE weapons each character gets. The graphics are average, technically good but artistically merely competent.
Summary: Fuse provides an interesting mix of good and bad. It is clearly Insomniac making use of a lot of the code from the Resistance series: Things that crawl on the ground and then jump at you (Leapers) - check Occasional super-armored enemies with a weak spot on their back (Stalkers) - check Unstable, explosive orbs stacked in threes that you can shoot and cause explosions (Power Orbs) - check Other-world-tech powered weapons - check Enemies that expand on the definition of...
Summary: It is a good game and fun. Drop in drop out co op through the entire game. Echelon (horde) mode is fun as well, but repetitive. The meat and potatoes of the game is where it gets really bad. The game really is bare bones. The same few weapons that are available to everyone with customization, personality, or mods. You primary weapon is good, but you will get used to it in no time.
The world has been turned upside down- this just doesn't feel like the Insomniac that we know
G. Denick, Amazon
4 June 2013
Summary: This review is for the campaign, and I will be the first to admit, this is a DNF (Did Not Finish) for me. I just couldn't bring myself to complete this game. It felt like work. It just wasn't fun, and I felt like I was punishing myself to continue playing it just for the sake of completing it. So why am I reviewing this game, if I didn't finish it? To hopefully spare you from blowing your hard earned $60 on it.
Summary: its not the greatest game and would not stand a chance against other blockbuster titles out there but does have coop which i fairly rare these days so get a few friends on and let the laughs commence