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By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Social co-op shooter has bloody, gory violence.

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Fuse doesn't have a particularly memorable visual style and its characters are little more than military stereotypes. It's not for people who play games for their stories or who want to be swept up and lost in a marvelous virtual world. That said, if you're looking for a polished action game with solid covering and shooting mechanics, a healthy array of original and imaginative weapons, and cleverly designed cooperative play, then you could do a lot worse.

The controls feel great and multiplayer strategies are often innovative and original. And while the action is clearly best experienced as a team with two or three friends, the ability to leap between characters while playing alone means even solo gamers can have fun creating and tinkering with tactics. Fuse may not be a must-play, but it is worth considering if you're an older gamer looking for slick action and fun times with friends.

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