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Fuse Interview: Humour, Co-Op And The Importance Of Listening To Your Fans | NowGamer

David Lynch: ''Fuse might have been through a number of artistic changes – first it was funny, then it wasn't and now it's funny again – but can Insomniac successfully deliver its first multiplatform hit?

Insomniac Games president and CEO Ted Price talks us through Fuse's development changes and just why Insomniac's unique brand of game hasn't been diluted...'' (Fuse, PS3, Ted Price, Xbox 360)

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