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Insurmountable odds in Fuse's wave-based 'Echelon Mode' | Joystiq

Joystiq: "I found Echelon mode to be an improvement over the stale wave-based combat formula, with the interplay between the four main characters' weapons in Fuse providing a seemingly endless variety to the conflict. Those big chain combos when teammates are working together are so satisfying, providing seconds of sweet ignorant bliss as I forgot I was playing a variant of Horde mode." (Fuse, PS3, Xbox 360)

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