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Fuser

Harmonix, NCSOFT
Nov 10, 2020 - Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PC
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OpenCritic Rating

81

Top Critic Average

79%

Critics Recommend

IGN
7 / 10
PC Gamer
77 / 100
Game Informer
8.8 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
Destructoid
6.5 / 10
Game Revolution
4 / 5
Hobby Consolas
80 / 100
Shacknews
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Fuser

For a few brief moments Fuser reinvigorates the glory days of social music gaming and in the right hands can be effectively be an instrument of music creation, but outside of the campaign there's little for the rest of us to do.

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Fuser feels like a natural evolution for Harmonix and, scoring system aside, lets players take control of the music more than ever before.

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Combining elements from multiple songs to spin your own creations delivers a special kind of magic

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Fuser's core mashup-making mechanics are compelling, but they're best enjoyed as a creative pursuit rather than a challenge-based game.

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Fuser does what it says on the side of the box, but there could have been a more compelling foundation to keep you going past the point where it feels like you've done it all. Which, in this case, can be quicker than a lot of other rhythm games.

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Fuser lets you become a DJ from the safety of your own home, without having to deal with a global pandemic or 24-year-olds with jaws swinging like saloon doors. Its pricy entry point may be a turn-off for some, but when you’re enthusiastically bopping your head to a mash-up of Amy Winehouse, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Pitbull, you can almost forget that it wants to charge you $1.99 for Evanescence. It’s a fun time with tons of replayability, that will deserve a wider audience than the niche crowd it’s poised to appeal to.

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FUSER is to DJ games what Guitar Hero was to guitar games: an enjoyable experience with a good music selection. But here you'll find a way more rich, deeper gameplay, and a very exigent one. Start playing FUSER it's easy, but dominate it needs a lot of time. The good part is, whatever discs you throw to the mix, you're gonna love the sound...

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For pure musical fun, there are few games in 2020 better than Fuser.

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OpenCritic Coverage

Harmonix Reveals Fuser's Diamond Stage, A 24/7 DJ Set Hosted By Players

Harmonix Reveals Fuser's Diamond Stage, A 24/7 DJ Set Hosted By Players

Fuser, Harmonix's latest music-based euphoria, is getting its biggest update since the game's launch last fall. The Diamond Stage is a brand-new player spotlight mode that is constantly featuring DJ sets from players around the world.

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Fuser Is Getting A Month Of Love Songs In May

Fuser Is Getting A Month Of Love Songs In May

If our post-vaccine summer is to be the Summer of Love, Fuser is getting the ball rolling early with its May slate of song DLC.

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Fuser Gets New Music from The Offspring, Anthrax, and More

Fuser Gets New Music from The Offspring, Anthrax, and More

Fuser hasn't risen to Guitar Hero or Rock Band fame for Harmonix, but it's arguably more interesting. The music genre-bending DJ game is getting new songs in April, including some classics spanning many eras.

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Microsoft has Revealed This Weekend's Xbox Free Play Days Titles

Microsoft has Revealed This Weekend's Xbox Free Play Days Titles

It has been announced which games Xbox gamers will be able to try out this weekend through Free Play Days

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