Electronic Arts and Insomniac Games launched “Fuse” which turned out to be a Joint Digital Demonstration. May 7th will be the date when the Demo will get displayed before a rapt public.
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The Demo Fuse will be launched and available on Xbox Live as well as Playstation starting from May 7th. What this will do is grant players full rights to play against each other one-on-one or in a formation of a foursome. According to Business Wire, the demo will show the four players role-playing four avatars surnamed: Brooks, Sinclair, Kimble and Deveraux. The Quattro are out to finish off Fuse, an alien life form let loose by the terrorist agency, Raven. The protection of mankind is their sacred duty. The avatars have their own idiosyncrasies and special traits that make them unique. Their deadly weapons and even deadlier skills enable them to hunt the monster that is menacing the lives of ordinary citizens.
The players controlled by the kids or adults handling the game, road test their one-of-a-kind capabilities in difficult situations. They go after the creature in a haunted depot and corner it. Then there is a shootout. The saying that to see is to believe has been changed. To play is to believe is the new motto of this fantastic game. And the fun part is you can play on an individualistic basis or while cooperating with a partner. The players can interact online or offline depending on what sort of mood they are in.
The two gaming companies which formed Fuse are on an all-time high. With all the publicity and celebrity status generated by the launch preparations, they can’t get enough of the applause. Electronic Arts is a cutting edge company that deals in interactive fun-filled entertainment and games. As for some of the video games engendered by this hot shot there can be no doubt that they are among the best. The Sims, Need for Speed and Mass Effect are three top examples. Insomniac Games meanwhile has churned out hit upon hit for Playstation. The collaboration between the two is good news for now. How long they will tag along beside each other is dependent upon the profitability and viability of the joint venture. Kudos goes out to both for daring to believe in the proposition that two heads are better than one.