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To keep this thing vaguely current, I should note that my first game with Fuse, Metroid Prime Pinball, has now been released in the US. People also seem to like it, with the average review score hovering in the mid-8 region, and Nintendo Power giving it 9.5, their highest score yet for a DS game. It’s been a great year, and it’s amazing to work on a game series that I loved as a kid, and still do. Hopefully the next title will be just as much fun to work on (and I’m aiming for a 10 this time).

—Answer on Pinball

James Answer is a British video game technical artist. The lead artist of Fuse Games from 2004-2007, Answer worked on Metroid Prime Pinball and Active Health with Carol Vorderman, both for the Nintendo DS. He joined Fuse after being fired from Minds Eye Productions following the cancellation of Starsky and Hutch 2. Answer is currently the principal technical artist at Sony London Studio, working on an "unannounced title".

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