Fuser is the newest musical innovation by Harmonix, the developers behind genre-defining rhythm and music games like Rock Band, Guitar Hero and Frequency. However, Fuser is unlike these games in one big way -- there are no pre-set tracks to complete or musical notes to hit with expert timing.
Instead, Fuser is a game about creating music and expressing individual style as if the player was a real DJ performing live. Often described as both a musical toy and a video game, we wanted to see how an experienced rhythm game player experiences Fuser for the first time.
Melissa is an artist (melissapaintsthings.com) and life-long gamer who specializes in Harmonix titles and expert difficulty rhythm games. We let her play Fuser for 3 days and documented the journey. The result? Watch the video above and let us know what you think in the comments below!
For more information on Fuser, visit the official web page.
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