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.
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.
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,...
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.
Summary: When Fuse was Overstrike, I was excited for it. Then EA took a sh*t on it's face and made it Fuse, a generic third person shooter with literally no flare or unique qualities. It works, but there is nothing here that isn't recycled.
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.
Summary: @gyigyo2 You're a madman if you think this game is better than the "failed" Resistance 3. Seriously. Everything about this game is generic. The box art sums this game up personally. With games like The Last of us, Animal Crossing new leaf and GTA V around the corner, save your money.