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Fusion: Genesis (Xbox 360)

Fusion: Genesis (Xbox 360)
alaScore 80

12 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the controls, but many are critical about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Fusion: Genesis (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Fusion: Genesis Review

 

Unless you've got an enormous marketing budget and a popular franchise, releasing a game in the thick of the fall rush can be a tricky proposition. A lot of games that have something to offer simply get lost and...

Fluid, intuitive controls ; Deep customization and content ; MMO-style connectivity

Story elements a little too familiar ; Many key elements unexplained

Unless you’ve got an enormous marketing budget and a popular franchise, releasing a game in the thick of the fall rush can be a tricky proposition. A lot of games that have something to offer simply get lost and, while it isn’t perfect, Fusion: Genesis...

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Review: Fusion: Genesis (360)

 

This ambitious, sprawling space adventure will be a satisfying experience for many, but its slow pace may put action-hungry fans off.

Space adventure on a grand scale; excellent soundtrack; good variety of ships to fly and things to do

Clunky, unclear interface; slow pace may put some off; missions between story episodes can feel a bit grindy

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Fusion: Genesis Review

 

Sir, we're picking up an unidentified XBLA game on our radar. Its statistical readout simply says "awesome."

Fusion: Genesis is a game that resonates hard with my sci-fi nerd obsessions. It's the kind of stuff I imagine Han Solo was doing before bumping into Luke at the cantina, with a bit of a Battlestar Galactica pace and a Firefly tone. It's the kind of...

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

This could have been a great game. Heck, it still is, but it is a real shame they did not put more effort into the player instructions instead of relying on the player to work things out as they went on. Despite this, if you are a fan of space trading...

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

Fusion: Genesis is like a house made of different colored and shaped bricks, but no mortar. It's fun to play with the individual elements yet it all feels a bit unstable as a whole. Still, if you are a big fan of twin-stick shooters and space sims, and...

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

Fusion: Genesis' concepts are smart enough, but its execution isn't the best and the whole game is a tad boring. We don't doubt that there's an audience for this kind of experience, though.

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

When you shoot for the stars, you always run the risk of flying too close to the sun. Starfire Studios has done just that, and Fusion: Genesis is a bold but ultimately flawed mission into outer space.

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

Fusion: Genesis is at heart a twitch shooter with an oversized armory, but its flexibility makes it feel like more, especially once you start duking it out online. Players can call in huge carrier ships and capture supply points in Warzone skirmishes,...

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

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Fusion: Genesis- Xbox 360

 

Many times I've wished that some of the better indie action RPGs were on Xbox Live Arcade or the Playstation Network. Oh, how I'd like to play Din's Curse or Space Pirates and Zombies in my living room, on my TV, with my surround sound. Until that...

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