Fallout 4

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10 years since the release of Insomniac Games's ill fated Fuse in 2013, Isabelle Sinclair and her Overstrike 9 team is returning back to action in the Commonwealth in Fallout 4!

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Ten years since the release of Fuse in 2013, the most disappointing video game developed by Insomniac Games for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles, Isabelle Sinclair and her Overstrike 9 team is returning back in the Commonwealth, as she joins the Brotherhood of Steel to defeat the Institute. Also starring Naya Devereaux, Dalton Brooks and Jacob Kimble!

Here's all you need to know about the Overstrike 9 team!

Overstrike 9 is a specialty recon group established by Paladin Burgess in 2275 at the Capital Wasteland to combat the raider and super mutant threats. One of its first recruits were Dalton Brooks, Isabelle Sinclair, Naya Devereaux and Jacob Kimble, whom were the former Raider children grew up in The Pitt.

Isabelle "Izzy" Sinclair

Isabelle "Izzy" Sinclair is a main star of the Overstrike 9 team. She is a former Brotherhood Squire and was very friendly towards Elder Lyons. In 2287, just ten years after her remaining Overstrike 9 team is destroyed by the group of Enclave soldiers (except Dalton, Jacob and Naya), she rejoins the Brotherhood of Steel under Elder Maxson to help them rid the Commonwealth of the Institute presence.As a squire, Isabelle Sinclair lost several squad members to incidents in which the Enclave displaced Capital Wasteland citizens by  force. As a result, she vowed to take revenge on the Enclave refusing to rest until the enemy is wiped from the Capital Wasteland. Her father, Sentinel Paul Sinclair, currently commands one of the Brotherhood of Steel’s
elite combat unit, the Overstrike 9, as of 2287.
Isabelle Sinclair and family relocated to the Capital Wasteland in search of a better life when she was Squire. The ruined city of The Pitt as they inhabited by the predominantly raider population, was subjected to harassment and exploitation by the Brotherhood of Steel. An event known as the First Scourge (aka Project Fuse by The Institute), a result of the Brotherhood's continued assimilation of entire raider livelihoods of The Pitt into the Brotherhood of Steel, inspired Sinclair to join her as a Squire in 2272 and then an Initiate in 2277 to free the Capital Wasteland from the oppression of the Enclave. One of his first assignments under Elder Lyons was during the battle of Adams Air Force Base, where she suffered a bad concussion in the line of duty and had trouble remembering her involvement as a result.

Naya Devereaux

Naya Devereaux is a Brotherhood of Steel-trained Scribe, born and raised on Capital Wasteland. After getting screwed over by the Enclave on a Capital Wasteland job placement that cost her all her savings just to move out there, she ended up in the right place at the right time – the "Great Brotherhood of Steel escape" - to take the Brotherhood of Steel's timely offer of employment, until she was becoming the part of Overstrike 9 team under Paladin Burgess and Elder Lyons. By 2287, Naya Devereaux now serves as a Scribe in the Commonwealth under Elder Maxson's command, remote hacking
into the Institute systems during combat on behalf of ground forces, tracking mission progress, and giving tactical guidance to the Brotherhood of Steel on the ground.

Naya Devereaux grew up with her Father Luther Devereaux on the Capital Wasteland during the year 2276. One of the first Overstrike 9 recruits under Elder Lyons's command, Devereaux worked closely with her adoptive sister Isabelle Sinclair, who was also the part of Overstrike 9 team.

Dalton Brooks

Dalton Brooks is a Brotherhood of Steel Paladin and notably skilled Squire. He once served with Elder Lyons and Paladin Burgess with Overstrike 9 in the Capital Wasteland but quickly reunited with Isabelle Sinclair, Elder Maxson, Naya Deveraux and Jacob Kimble in 2287, ten years after the rebellion against the Brotherhood Outcasts and the Enclave. Rather than join the Brotherhood of Steel, he resides in Diamond City and became an alcoholic.

Dalton's skill as a Brotherhood Knight and knowledge of Institute's and Enclave's secret programs were invaluable to the Brotherhood of Steel both before and after the Battle of Adams Air Force Base. After Adams Air Force Base's destruction, he continues working with the Overstrike 9, a specialty recon squad within the Brotherhood of Steel. He played a pivotal support role during the Battle of Boston Airport, particularly in its final days, showing off his entire squad fighting super mutants and feral ghouls under extreme pressure. Dalton is also believed to be responsible for the spearheading the Project Fuse, due to his mission to destroy the Institute and its synths.

Jacob Kimble

Rising as a covert operative to become a member of Brotherhood's Overstrike 9 team, Jacob Kimble is one of the central figureheads of the Brotherhood of Steel in the Commonwealth. Though known to have an extensive combat training, Jacob is usually shown in a field command role, providing logistics and important information to the Brotherhood Knights on the ground such as when they can deploy their combat missions; he is still known to occasionally embark on special, usually covert, missions, even personally deploying onto a battlefield with a recon squad when necessary.

About Insomniac Games

Insomniac Games is an American video game developer behind the universally-acclaimed Ratchet and Clank series. In 2013, they developed and released Fuse with Electronic Arts exclusively for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles, which is a co-op third person shooter influenced by Ubisoft's Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six series. Sadly, fuse received bad reviews and it was deemed a commercial failure, because its poor technical issues and weak writing, as Insomniac continued to develop its better video game titles, starting with the 2016's reboot of Ratchet and Clank and Marvel's Spider-Man in 2018.

My opinion on Insomniac Games
Honestly, my biggest opinion is Ratchet and Clank. In 2006, when I was 10 years old, my parents showed myself to play Ratchet Deadlocked on Playstation 2 console, because it is my only Ratchet and Clank video game that played since then. In 2013, Insomniac goes wrong after the release of Fuse with Electronic Arts, which is an extremely lambasted version of Ubisoft's Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six. As my opinion, Insomniac is an American video game developer behind the universally-acclaimed Ratchet and Clank series of video games.

If you like this, please don't be afraid if you're enjoying Fuse on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Nice work, everyone!
Please enjoy if you also like Ratchet and Clank!
And the young Isabelle Sinclair was the ripoff of Lia McHugh from Eternals as Sprite.