Fuser it was a rather intriguing version in late 2020, representing the latest effort in the genre by Harmonix. Unlike the classic music recreation formula with timed presses on large plastic instruments, this one is all about working virtual mixers to create your own concerts. We I really liked it in our Fuser magazine, even if the game’s core mechanic means its approach to scoring, for example, doesn’t make much sense.
As a concept, though, it can certainly be fun. One obstacle to the game’s success has been a relatively high starting price for a game that has numerous paid add-ons – with some regularly added free tracks, to be fair – and a unique mechanic that is hard to “sell”. Avia a price reduction recently, and Switch owners in PAL and North American territories will be able to try it out this week as a test of Nintendo Switch Online.
Even if it starts tomorrow, if you go to the Fuser product page on the eShop it gives you a link to download it for free now, so you can get aligned and ready to go for when the process is live.
Are you going to try Fuser?