SkylanderNutts Presents Fuser

SkylanderNutts Presents FuserIn the past Conner and Lias have shown their love for pop and dance music. Whether it comes from Tik Tok videos or Fortnite memes, they have a good knowledge base for some of the more recent hits. Well, I wanted to know if they would have as much fun playing a music mash up game as I do. So today I introduced them to Fuser. It is Harmonix’s latest music game where you get to mix over 100 different songs to create your own masterpieces.

Today I show them a little bit of the campaign and how it teaches you new concepts of what you can do with the music. Then we play a little of the Free Style mode where I let the boys take control. It didn’t take them long before they wanted to control the music themselves. There is also a coop multiplayer mode and an online battle mode but for today we just take a look at the single player gameplay. Check it out!

Fuser is developed by Harmonix and is published by Harmonix and NCSOFT. The game is out now on Windows, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch with a retail price of $59.99. We purchased the game ourselves on the Xbox One and play it on the Xbox Series X.

SkylanderNutts Presents Fuser

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SkylanderNutts Presents Our Xbox Series X Unboxing

Today we were lucky enough to get a launch Xbox Series X so of course, the boys wanted to do an unboxing video. So here is our first experience with the Xbox Series X.

During the video, I talk about what I think the share button will allow us to do where I thought it would be able to capture larger chunks of gameplay. However, after playing with the feature a little, that is not the case at all. It works much like the old Xbox One but now you can press the share button for a screenshot, or hold it to record the last X minutes as defined in the settings. However, it looks like the most I can record is 3 minutes not at 4K, and only 30 seconds at 4K. It seems initially MORE restrictive than the Xbox One which allowed me to save 5 minutes. There is a feature to allow the share button I believe to start a recording and then press it again to stop. So using that you may get more than 3 minutes, but there is no feature to just press the button to record the last match or last 10 minutes or anything like that. The button simply saves you the time of hitting multiple buttons that you had to do before.

SkylanderNutts Presents Our Xbox Series X Unboxing

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