Insomniac Games have released a new video of gameplay from Fuse's Echelon Mode.
For an Insomniac game this looks extremely generic. Hope if it flops Sony scoops them up so I can have an awesome Ratchet game again.
If the game fails, I don't see any incentive for Sony to scoop them back up. You want to acquire a development company that is on the rise, not one that is going down hill.
I'd like to see Sony buy Insomniac also, but I'd prefer to have them expand on the resistance franchise, and also create a Resistance game that was as much fun to play online as Resistance 2. I miss 8 player co-op and 60 player matches.
For some reason I hope this game don't sell, liked it a lot better when it was overstrike.
It doesn't look bad. Seriously looks great! as an insomniac fan i will buy the game, if I listen to people on N4G Id have missed out on really great games. i cant wait for it to launch!
The hate tends to be that the game looked amazing before they did the 180 on it (which many believe was due to EA and probably was). It looked more lively, colorful (though they did add more color recently due to feedback), and the characters looked more interesting. Now it looks more generic. Still looks like it could be good, just the first one (Overstrike) looked like it would be more fun.
You mean OVERSTRIKE? THE CGI TRAILER THAT WASN'T INGAME! THE SAME SAID CGI TRAILER WHICH WASN"T EVEN A TARGET RENDER BUT A CONCEPT FOR THE GAME? THE SAME TRAILER WHICH SHOWED ABSOLUTELY NO GAMEPLAY FOOTAGE!? I GUESS /S
Wow this is made of FAIL. They should have stuck with Overstrike. This looks like a poor Gears of War horde mode clone. This will be in the bargain bin a week after release. Sorry Insomniac, you should not have strayed. I really like them as a dev and to see them do this is really disappointing. It could well spell the end of the studio. What were you smoking Ted???
I thought this was already out, with all of the non hype surrounding it.
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