I love a good game, because they’re exciting and can transport me to exotic worlds with exotic weapons. I even enjoy a bad game at times, because the ludicrousness of the problems can make me laugh. Then there’s Fuse, the third-person shooter from Insomniac Games. It falls solidly in the middle of good and bad, because although it wasn’t horrible, there was also little that I could call fun. If there’s one word I have to describe Fuse, it’s “generic.”
It’s 2013. Do you know where your list of videogames for the coming year is? Wikipedia has one, and PC Gamer has a good one too, and they’re chock full o’ so many goodies, I have no idea how I’m going to play them all and have time to eat/bathe/dress/exercise/write/call my mother and father and let them know I’m still alive.
Insomniac is the maker of the highly playable series, Ratchet & Clank (R&C). And when I think of R&C, I think of snappy dialog, a plethora of humorous weapons, a wonderful variety of gameplay…and a younger audience. Yes, the R&C games can be enjoyed by all ages, but when the ESRB calls their PS3-era games […]