Fifteen more songs set to be included in Harmonix's next rhythm-action game Fuser have been revealed today, giving us a better glimpse at the title's 100+ song soundtrack.
First revealed in February, Fuser is described by the Rock Band and Guitar Hero developer as a "revolutionary new music gaming experience" and "the next evolution of interactive music gaming". 16 songs were revealed during that initial announcement, so this latest batch will be available to play in addition to those previously teased.
Here are the newly revealed songs:
- Armin van Buuren “Blah Blah Blah”
- Brad Paisley “Mud On The Tires”
- Cardi B “Bodak Yellow”
- Carly Rae Jepsen “Call Me Maybe”
- Coldplay “Clocks”
- Dua Lipa “Don't Start Now”
- DMX “X Gon’ Give It To Ya”
- Grand Master Melle Mel “The Message (2012)”
- Jonas Brothers “Sucker”
- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Wanz “Thrift Shop”
- Nelly “Hot In Herre”
- Panic! At The Disco “High Hopes”
- Pitbull ft. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer “Give Me Everything”
- Whitney Houston “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)”
- Zedd ft. Maren Morris & Grey “The Middle”
The game lets players fuse together elements from hit songs across pop, rap/hip-hop, R&B, dance, rock, country, Latin and Caribbean music into all-new mixes, with vocals, bass lines, and other instrumentation being blended together during gameplay.
It sounds interesting, for sure. Here's hoping it'll live up to Harmonix's "revolutionary" remarks when it launches this fall.
While I generally do enjoy a good rhythm game, I'm pretty sure this one's not for me.
It’s a decent mix of music from nowadays that I definitely don’t keep up with and proper classics. I trust Harmonix though, they’re definitely masters of the genre.
the only question is — where is the gameplay? without a specific challenge, it’s not a game, it’s a toy.
I want a frequency remaster someday (with the original soundtrack intact)
But I’m down for giving this a play. Love Harmonix.
Interesting track list. I'd love to try this out if I have an opportunity to - but I don't think I'll run out and buy it right away.
It sounds like Fantasia without the recognition camera.
And if it is, then it could be absolutely brilliant as Fantasia was criminally underrated. I’m excited.
I'd actually love a remaster of Rock Band Unplugged. It was really fun and it would be a shame for it to languish on PSP.
I'll second that. Rock Band Unplugged was awesome. And there was a lot of good DLC songs for it too (although not nearly as much as for regular RB). I regret having sold my old PSP and my copy of the game back then. But hey, different times, and needed the money for something else I can't remember.
Even if it was an updated version with a new soundtrack (because it might be difficult to licence everything again exactly as it was) this is one of those rare titles I'd be willing to pay full price for on release day.
Make that not only a remaster but a downright remake, with a lot more variety in items & instruments to make your band look truly unique, more cities to travel to (and more venues), but keep the gameplay intact. And obviously, running in 1080p/720p on the Switch (docked/undocked).
Man, I really miss Rock Band... Not exactly all the plastic instruments, but the whole "create a band" aspect and play through a mostly rock-oriented soundtrack.
Wish they would just bring out anothe RB. Go back to the roots like in the origional on RB2. None of this live rubbish which guitar hero went for.
@BenAV Did you get a chance to play Dropmix when it was on the market? I thought it was very clever and a lot of fun. The only downside was the large game "board" and all the individual cards to carry. A digital version was always a dream idea and this is said to be the evolution of Dropmix. I think it's going to be pretty incredible. It's a party/drinking kind of fun and best when played with nice speakers, so docked instead of handheld. It could suck, though! We'll see! Fingers crossed.
@bluesdance See my above message. Dropmix has elements of competition, but to me, it was more about the individual mixes one can create. It's a blast with friends when drinking and enjoying the music that each can create. If this is anything like Dropmix, it should be quite fun. But it will certainly be "a toy", not a whole lot of competitive action.
Have Harmonix fix there quality control issues since Rockband?
Or do they still ignore licensing from certain record labels, just to make there future titles import function look good?
Terrible setlist is why i won't buy this one.
Ah I cannot wait to try this one out 😊🍵
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