Ocean have tired to make use of the Amiga with a different approach to the game in using digitised pictures of the great man to accompany the action. Unfortunately, these only serve to highlight what was the game's main weakness on 8-bit: it's still a very stilted joystick waggler.
A Rampage clone with three stages in the game: the Beach, Nintendo Park and the Army Base. It's quite easy and intended, I would say, for novice-demolishing-people-eating prehistoric monsters and not old hands at the original.
There are two ways you can play Fusion. You can either play it as a straight, well balanced cross between frantic blasting and taxing problem solving, or you can take it as a straight shoot-'em-up. Either way, it's a damn good game.
A very poor offering on the whole. Rock-climbing is a subject that, right from the start, would seem foolhardy to try to convert to a home micro, and the resulting gameplay is so thin that it requires a toupee!