Summary: I know many people didn't pay this game any attention when it released some months back. Too be honest I didn't either. I decided to go ahead and pick up a copy because Insomniac normally makes pretty good games. I will admit that I played the demo before the release and I didn't enjoy the demo too much. The actual game is extremely fun! It's fun on single player but I recommend having at least one friend to play the game with. The weapons are very exciting.
Summary: If you are thinking about buying Fuse and playing it by yourself, don't. I'll save you that trouble right here. This is not a good single player game. Plenty of other great shooters out there for that, so you'd be best off looking elsewhere. However, if you are looking for a really fun shooter to play with three, two, or even one other friend, read on. Because Fuse will scratch that itch, and then some.
Summary: I spend the bulk of my gaming time playing co-op with friends. When we played Ghost Recon Future Soldier (fffffuuuuuu, 30K), we got away with playing just three of us. I highly recommend you play with the max 4 man squad for this game. Even on normal difficulty there were times when we were really challenged. The game itself is a lot of fun, and I definitely recommend it. The skill tree for each class is pretty linear, but getting team perks adds to that dynamic.
Summary: i dont know why this game has more low reviews then it did good ones. ive always been curious about this game and decided to buy it. going into this with low expectations with all the reviws i read. after an hour playing it, it was actually not that bad at all. it has a fun factor to it, and the story is pretty good.
Summary: It reminds me a lot like Borderlands 2 with less gun customization but much more powerful, each with their own advantage. Fuse has five chapters that you can play offline or online coop mode, which has a high replay value. I would have rated fuse a 5 if it weren't for such a short game play with more customizations, less similar looking surroundings and more options in general.
Summary: I played this game fully co-op with my roommate. And it was fun. Every now and again we got our friend to join in via the online play and when we had 3 people going, it was actually a complete blast. With 4 people you know, I have no doubt in my mind that "Fuse" could be an insane amount of fun. The only downer is that it's only 4-player online co-op, which is such a drag for a game that was literally made for cooperative play.
Summary: The game is built like a hybrid between army of two and uncharted. There are a couple of awkward moments but overall a good game. There is a wave mode like the survival mode in uncharted. The game is very team based so this is not for your typical run and gun gamer. Each character has their own select advantages. Leveling the team collectively is how I have found progression easiest.
Summary: This game has the best teamwork/co-op synergy I've ever seen in a game. It encourages, benefits, and rewards teamwork better and more than any game I've ever played. Those are very positive lofty ideals to instill in public especially with respect to young impressionable minds. Better morals and life lessons can be experienced here than from most games. However, I would not recommend any younger than say 12 maybe to play it if I were a responsible parent.
Summary: I purchased this and have played through it twice, once on normal and the second on the hardest difficulty. This game is awesome, I loved the single player mode. As others have said the game is short about 15-20 hours. The one thing I disliked is the team perks, which you have to earn money in order to purchase. To me they tried to implement the online play with this and ruined that feature.