Independent American studio Insomniac’s first multiplatform game, Fuse, finally has an Australian release date.
Yes it is reminiscent of an early Xbox game named Brute Force, but having spent some hands on time and speaking to Insomniac’s Creative Director Brian Allgeier, Fuse may be able to surprise gamers. There is certainly some apprehension about this release, but dig a little under the surface and jaded 3rd person shooter fans, and critics alike may find a lot to like.
Resistance 3, the exclusive PS3 shooter fights its way onto store shelves today. Here at RadioactiveIT we have spent some time in the trenches of a game franchise that is competent in the mechanics, but struggles to find its own identity in a world where Half Life, Crysis, Killzone and other similar games exist. Speaking to Jon Paquette, the writer on Resistance 3 gave a few hints on how Resistance 3 is not futile.
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