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Fusion: Genesis review (XBLA)
8 years ago

Fusion: Genesis review (XBLA)

Fusion: Genesis was developed by Starfire Studios and published by Microsoft Studios. It was released November 9, 2011 for 800 MSP. A copy was provided for review purposes.

Fusion: Genesis certainly isn’t the first game on XBLA to put you in control of a spaceship but it is definitely the most ambitious. While it may not have the scope or freedom of a game like EVE Online it comes closer than you might expect.

After a brief tutorial area in which you are given the basics on controls and combat you are dropped into the world and allowed to go at your own pace. This means taking on missions, joining factions, mining ore and of course buying bigger, better ships. Read More

XBLA Wednesday: November 9
8 years ago

XBLA Wednesday: November 9


Another week with a very slow list of releases and by that, we mean only one new release this Wednesday from space. Fusion: Genesis was developed by Starfire Studios which was created by ex-Rare developers. It is an action space shooter with role-playing elements such as mining and strategy elements for battles and scanning planets for items. Check out the launch trailer after the break, this shooter will set you back 800 MSP and stay tuned for our review on XBLAfans.
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More Fusion: Genesis screens and details emerge
8 years ago

More Fusion: Genesis screens and details emerge

Last week Starfire Studios and Microsoft announced an intriguing new game titled Fusion: Genesis. The game is described as a twin-stick shooter, with elements of a massive multiplayer online game. This may have left many scratching their heads trying to conceptualize this bold new concept. Today we’re able to bring you more details and a batch of new screenshots to help clarify the picture. Read on for further details and a gallery of new images!

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Fusion: Genesis, the twin-stick shooter with MMO elements from ex-Rare devs
8 years ago

Fusion: Genesis, the twin-stick shooter with MMO elements from ex-Rare devs

You read the headline right; Starfire Studios has announced their first project, which just so happens to be an ambitious twin-stick shooter that contains elements of a massive multiplayer …
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