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  • Fuse infographic details Izzy

    Yesterday we met Dalton, but now it’s time to get acquainted with Isabelle Sinclair, better known as Izzy, Overstrike 9′s tech-savvy, misanthropic, assault rifle specialist.

  • Fuse offers new screens, introduces Dalton

    Meet Dalton and admire some spectacular scenery in this new collection of Fuse assets.

  • FUSE trailers introduce you to the shooter's cast

    Four new trailers for FUSE, the new shooter from Insomniac, have been released. There’s one for each of the characters who make up the special forces team, Overstrike 9. Below the break, you can become acquainted with: Dalton Brooks, Naya Deveraux, Isabelle Sinclair, and Jacob Kimble, courtesy of GamesMediaHQ. FUSE is slated for a Q2 […]

  • Sunset Overdrive trademark and domain registration filed by Insomniac

    Insomniac Games has filed a trademark for a project called Sunset Overdrive. Other than the usual “computer game software” classification lingo, along with a note that it’s an “on-line computer game,” there’s not much else to go on. A NeoGAF user also found a domain registration for the project, which was registered by the firm’s […]

  • Insomniac doesn't care about realism, says CEO

    Insomniac Games CEO Ted Price would rather make a fun game than worry about authenticity.

  • Insomniac: efficiency is vital going into next-gen

    Fuse developer Insomniac Games created a brand-new engine for its cover-based squad shooter. It’s a move that will help the studio create assets more efficiently and quickly, something that CEO Ted Price has told us will be vital going into next-gen development.

  • Insomniac boss wants to "continue experimenting" with Ratchet & Clank

    Insomniac Games has let the Resistance franchise go, but it’s still keen as mustard on Ratchet & Clank.

  • Fuse: new screens show the virtue of teamwork

    Fuse has received a new batch of screens from EA and Insomniac Games, showing off the virtue of teamwork, and the comfort that can only come from a gun much bigger than your body.

  • Fuse is finally starting to make sense

    Fuse has a real fight on its hands as a new IP in a sea of franchises. Developer Insomniac talks tells us about its approach while Dave Cook has a blast playing the all-new Echelon mode.

  • Ratchet & Clank Vita: Sony's silence causing Insomniac 'frustration'

    Ratchet & Clank QForce – or ‘Full Frontal Assault’ if you’re in America – was developed by Insomniac Games, but the PS Vita build is being created by Tin Giant. However, it’s nowhere to be seen, and Insomniac games has expressed frustration over Sony’s silence over the matter.

  • Fuse – Lighting the match to play with fire

    Fuse is Insomniac Games’ take on the recent love affair with co-op action shooters. Creative director Brian Allgeier talks about how Fuse sets itself apart.

  • Fuse trailer teaches you how to count

    “Four expendable outsiders. One alien compound. Zero rules of engagement.” Thank you, Insomniac Games, for this brief maths lesson delivered through the medium of upcoming shooter Fuse.

  • Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault gets Metropolis map in January patch

    Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault – or Q-Force in PAL territories – will benefit from a free content update early in the new year. As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, the game will be patched this week to address balance issues, but the update will also add two new levels to the game’s weapons. […]

  • Insomniac reinvents the horde mode with "Echelon"

    Insomniac boss Ted Price talks about Fuse’s new co-op horde style Echelon mode. Going into details of each of the six modes in it he also points out the mode’s shift away from classic defense to a offensive style of play.

  • Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault out in US today, Europe this week

    Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault is out today in the US, and for $19.99 you can play along as Ratchet, Clank and Captain Qwark embark on a new adventure. To celebrate, Insomniac Games has posted some concept art over on the PS Blog. Those in European release regions can expect the game, known as […]

  • The Resistance Collection to release in North America next month

    The Resistance Collection, which includes all three games in the series from Insomniac Games and the bonus DLC content for Resistance 2 and Resistance 3 will release on December 5 in North America, Sony has announced. The collection includes all three games in the series, as well as the Aftermath Multiplayer Map Pack, Wraith Skin […]

  • Fuse pre-orders net character and weapon skins, team perk

    If you pre-order Insomniac’s latest effort Fuse, you’ll score a couple of neat bonuses. Although most seem to be purely cosmetic – Hyperion Prototype skins for each of your characters and weapons – the last one is a team perk called Quickdraw which speeds up one-handed weapons use. Could be useful, although its the unique […]

  • Fuse screens bring a little colour to sci fi shooting

    Fuse’s transformation to a more realistic art style disappointed those excited for the game formerly known as Overstrike, but despite the switch it’s still looking pretty tasty in these screens.

  • Fuse impressions & interview: chemical inaction

    Fuse – previously called Overstrike – is back with a new name and grittier vibe. VG247′s Dave Cook goes hands-on and interviews Insomniac about its squad shooter.

  • The Resistance Collection will run you $39.99 this winter

    The Resistance Collection, which includes all three games in the series from Insomniac Games and the bonus DLC content for Resistance 2 and Resistance 3 will run you $39.99 when it releases this winter on PS3.


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