Fusion Paradox Review (PlayStation 5)

For Fusion Paradox Review, Step by step, explore the Supernatural Threat Reduction Agency and discover its mysteries and secrets as you gradually make your way to the top floor, where one of the most important and mysterious finds of our time is being studied: the tomb of the ancient Goddess of War, Anath. The main character is a special agent who came after receiving the red danger level signal. Waking up in a secret laboratory, the hero realizes that all of the Agency’s members have lost their minds and that he was subjected to strange energy effects that gave him short-term amnesia and the ability to change his state. Making your way through many obstacles and hordes of the possessed, you have to reach the threat’s main source to liberate the Agency and prevent the danger from spreading to the outside world.

Fusion Paradox Review Pros:

  • Voxel-like graphics.
  • 386.2MB download.
  • Platinum trophy.
  • Four difficulties – I’m scared, don’t hurt me, I want to have fun, and fan of roguelike games.
  • Two controller schemes to choose from.
  • Twin stick shooter roguelike gameplay.
  • Starting tutorials.
  • The Gimmick is you have two colors that you freely change between and color dictates what enemies you see and what chests you can open.
  • Both colours have seperate health bars.
  • The map fills in as you play.
  • Any room with a teleportation statue lets you fast-travel around from the map screen.
  • You see the enemy spawn markers.
  • Rooms and objects may have locks on them and you either have to find a key or shoot the hidden rune.
  • Unlock permanent upgrades by finding them in the game.
  • Every run is randomized.
  • 3D game world.
  • Pick up health and ammo as you play.
  • You can have multiple weapons and instantly swap between them.
  • Big boss encounters.
  • Nice soundtrack.
  • Simple enough controls.
  • You have a dash button that lets you go over gaps and through enemy fire without taking damage.
  • The story is about an emergency that occurred in a scientific building and is on lockdown and you need to clear out the threat.
  • Instant respawns.
  • Gets very bullet hell.
  • Straightforward Platinum trophy.

Fusion Paradox Review Cons:

  • Slow-paced.
  • Everything is so random.
  • The tutorial glitches out on me several times.
  • Dodging bullets isn’t easy.
  • Any more than three enemies and it’s a nightmare to deal with.
  • Can get stuck on the scenery.
  • Cannot rebind controls.
  • The levels are not laid out that well for the type of game that it is.

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Fusion Paradox:

Official website.

Nikolai Usachev

Publisher: Sometimes You

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  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 6/10
    Sound - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Accessibility - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Length - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Fun Factor - 6/10

Jim Smale

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