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Explore, kill, solve and be bold in Fusion Paradox

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Fusion Paradox mixes genres on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC

Combining action roguelike elements, scrolling shooter mechanics and the joys of bullet hell, Fusion Paradox releases onto Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC. Are you ready to decide the fate of the Agency?

From the Sometimes You and USANIK STD teams is Fusion Paradox. Available for just £8.39 from the Xbox Store, this one is playable across both Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, fully optimised for newer consoles. You’ll also find it kicking around on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC digital platforms. 

Can you help solve the mystery of the Agency?

In Fusion Paradox you’ll be left to dictate the fate of the Agency. After awaking in a strange lab, you fast realise that the Agency’s key members have lost their collective minds. Similar has happened to you. What this means is that you’ll need to venture out, traversing the levels of the Agency in hope of discovering what has happened, and how you’ll prevent it from leaking to the outside world. 

Fusion Paradox plays on numerous angles. There’s some good old bullet hell moving in from the get go, whilst scrolling shooting and action roguelike elements come in from there on out. With the Agency being an ever-evolving, constantly changing structure, trying to get a grip of the rooms – and their obstacles and traps – will not be an easy task. Thankfully multiple weapons and magic items will be at hand. 

Key features of Fusion Paradox on Xbox

  • Study the Agency and its mysteries. Find out what forces are behind the supernature threat to the world.
  • Use the ability to change your energy states with your mind. Learn their features, strengths, and weaknesses.
  • Find and use dozens of types of weapons, from standard pistols to top-secret modern designs.
  • Find and study dozens of types of magic spells that upgrade your current abilities and grant you new ones. As you progress through the game, you’ll find many defensive and offensive spell combos with different types of weapons.
  • Fight dozens of types of enemies and unique bosses.
  • Decide the fate of the Agency. Your attentiveness, perseverance, and decision-making affect the final outcome of the story.

Buy Fusion Paradox now

Fusion Paradox is on the Xbox Store, playable across Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The £8.39 asking price certainly fits with other Sometimes You titles. We’ll let you know in full review if it is worth a shot or not. In the meantime, perhaps consider downloading the free trial of the game.

We’re hoping this one is as successful as Sometimes You’s recent Hero Survival.

You’ll also find this one on PlayStation, Switch and PC. 

Fusion Paradox on Xbox Game Description

Defy the ancient goddess of war and free the Agency from the forces and anomalies that have captured it in this scrolling shooter and action roguelike game.

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.

The gameplay combines elements of scrolling shooter, action roguelike, and bullet hell games with a fast-paced combat system sufficient to test your skills in the fight against evil.

The Agency is an ever-changing building that combines well-designed rooms and randomly generated mazes. Its task is to obstruct the spread of otherworldly forces and protect against any possible threats in the event of danger. The higher the threat level is, the higher the level of obstacles in your path.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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