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Submitted by bubs78 863d ago | interview

FUSE Interview With Ted Price | Bone-idle.ie

www.bone-idle.ie writes "Fuse is an upcoming third person shooter from Insomniac Games, boasting an impressive 4 player co-op feature that manages to capture the 4 player co-op experience even when you are playing alone by utilizing very impressive intelligent AI. It also has an interesting Leap feature that allows you to jump between any of the other available characters at any time.

Fuse actually started out life as Overstrike and has gone through many changes since that first reveal trailer but the one thing that has remained is that sense of fun.

When we got to chat with Ted Price founder of Insomniac Games we started by asking about this evolution in the design process and why Leaping is his favorite feature in the game." (Fuse, Insomniac Games, PS3, Ted Price, Xbox 360)

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