Arguably and oddly enough, Fuser is at its best when it focuses more on creating music and less on being a traditional rhythm game. The campaign mode is fine, but suffers from pacing issues and too much hand-holding, while online battles are underwhelming. But the joy in crafting that perfect dance mix, even if its a short one, is satisfying. Amateurs and pros alike will have a ton of fun figuring out the perfect recipe for success or just seeing where their instincts take them. It may not be Harmonixs best work, but it still makes for one entertaining performance overall.
Source: N4G PC Review: Fuser – Hardcore Gamer