Tag: Fuse

The Worst Video Games of 2013

We have reached the end! A new year and a new set of video games and movies to review. But naturally I can’t just go diving into 2014 and not go over everything that has happened in the realms of video games and movies during the 2013 year. So this week is going to be dedicated to wrapping up 2013 in one perfectly tied bow. I will be doing an end of the year list of the 5 Best and Worst Video Games and Movies of 2013. Seeing as how I still have one more movie I want to watch of 2013, I decided that I would go ahead and finish off the Video Games, starting with the Worst Video Games of 2013.

But before we get into the list, I want to reiterate that this list is made up of Video Games that I personally played this year! I’m sure there are plenty of games that are far worse out there that I have yet to stumble across. But sadly if I did not play them, then I cannot critique them. With that being said, let’s get into our one dishonorable mention and then the 5 Worst games of 2013! Continue reading “The Worst Video Games of 2013”

Tanner Reviews Fuse

FuseInsomniacGamesAfter reviewing Remember Me and The Last of Usit is high time that I take a look at the last of the trifecta of new titles, Fuse… Oh boy where do I even begin? I suppose by saying this… Out of the three, The Last of Us is an instant classic and one of the greatest video games ever made… When it comes to Remember Me, yeah it wasn’t great, but it did have a few good concepts behind it and the graphics looked really good. It was a game that left you feeling ‘meh’… But when you play a game like Fuse… A game that has some truly inspirational parts to it… and you see it all go to waste with a completely forgetful, over done story, and just all around uninspired feel… That leaves a feeling of anger that just cannot be matched. At least with Remember Me, after I finished playing it I said to myself, ‘Yeah… That is probably as good as the game was going to get.’ With Fuse… Man there was so much wasted potential with this game. Worse yet, I feel like these were things that could have easily been fixed just by one person saying, ‘Hey guys, this shit has been done so many times, maybe we should try something a little different.’ But I am getting ahead of myself. Continue reading “Tanner Reviews Fuse”