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Submitted by TheXploder 686d ago | news

Insomniac Games’ Ted Price Invites You To Pax East Panel

Finding a place for new intellectual property can be tough in a sequel-driven gaming world, but independent developer, Insomniac Games, is rising to the challenge. Famous for the Spyro the Dragon, Ratchet & Clank and Resistance franchises, Insomniac is developing a new universe for gamers to discover, entitled Fuse™. Launching this spring, Fuse is a 4-person action-packed co-op adventure that thrusts players into the shoes of four elite operatives: Izzy Sinclair, Naya Deveraux, Dalton Brooks and Jacob Kimble. (Fuse, Insomniac Games, PAX East 2013, PS3, Xbox 360)

Nodoze  +   686d ago
Perhaps he will discuss how he now regrets going multiplatform. I am sure that dread has set in. The title they are working on looks like crap, and EA are publishing it.

Tri-fecta of FAIL.

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