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Mixamo has a way to ease the process of making models and getting them implemented into both Garry's Mod and Source Filmmaker. Fuse has been upgraded to support both Garry's Mod and SFM.
The ability to mold characters, shape identities and sculpt 3D personalities using Mixamo's new Fuse is a cool way to compliment the process of designing anatomical bipeds with ease, and the program is available right now on Steam.
While everyone is off enjoying their Memorial Day, this is just your friendly weekly reminder that the PlayStation Network will be updating with new content tomorrow, including full games like Fuse and Grid 2, as well as PlayStation 2 classic, The Warriors.
Fuse, the upcoming supercharged four-player, third-person shooter from Insomniac, is headed our way on May 28. You won’t have to wait much longer to take the elite operatives of Overstrike 9 for a test drive, however, as it has now been announced that a demo is hitting PSN and Xbox Live next week.
Fuse, the co-op first-person shooter from the folks at Insomniac Games, finally has a date pinned down for those who have been looking forward to unleashing elemental abilities and buckets of bullets with friends in tow. You can expect to dive into Fuse on May 28 in the U.S. and May 31 in Europe.
Game design has become a very complex, massive production cycle for a lot of artists and designers. Well, Ted Price, the head honcho over at Insomniac Games, the renown studio behind PS3 exclusives like Resistance: Fall of Man and Ratchet & Clank, as well as the upcoming Fuse, let loose some tidbits about resource management and being frugal with development funds for next-gen.
Insomniac Games has decided to sneak in another video for Fuse before the holidays. The new video, entitled "Dalton's Rules," presents new gameplay footage and story details in a manner befitting a Hollywood film trailer.
Insomniac Games released the final box art for their co-op shooter Fuse this afternoon. The art features the team of covert agents known as Overstrike 9 - or most of them, anyway. The box art actually cuts off the top half of each team member's head.
Insomniac Games’ latest game, the super-charged FPS, Fuse, isn’t set to release until March of next year, but that shouldn’t stop folks with itch trigger fingers from going ahead and pre-ordering the game. Doing so will net you a few in-game goodies, after all.
Insomniac Games has released additional images from their Xbox 360/PS3 shooter Fuse. Today's batch includes several headshots of Overstrike 9, the elite team of agents at the heart of the game.
Insomniac Games released a massive update on their multiplatform shooter Fuse today. A new walkthrough video provides a wealth of gameplay footage as well as details on the story and gameplay. Fuse stars an elite, four-person squad called Overstrike 9. Each member of the squad has unique weapons and abilities.
Insomniac Games announced about a month ago that its latest project, the four-player co-op shooter Overstrike, was receiving an overhaul. Not only was the game's name changing to Fuse, but the cartoony graphics were being made a bit more realistic. The game's new trailer went like across the PlayStation Network yesterday afternoon and, yep, Fuse looks pretty badass
Remember when Fuse, Insomniac's latest co-op shooter, was originally known as Overstrike? Well, the reason for the name change from one generic title to the other came with the change in the art-style. Why did the art-style have to change? Because focus groups thought it was too cartoony and for their kid brothers.
Insomniac Games unveiled the first gameplay trailer for their multiplatform shooter Fuse today. It shows off some of the features that may help it stand out in the crowded shooter genre.
Today EA and Insomniac Games formally announced Fuse. The four-player co-op adventure, formally known as Overstrike will be arriving on multiple platforms in March 2013.