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"a fun marriage of gaming tropes from different generations." - The Telegraph
"if you loved classic FPS games, you'll enjoy Hard Reset." - WorthPlaying.com
Hard Reset: Exile continues the original story.
Follow Major Fletcher into the Barrens - dangerous lands beyond the last human city of Bezoar, where our hero will meet new foes and make new friends. Get ready for more machine madness!
Hard Reset: Exile features:
Five new levels outside Bezoar Four new enemy types New boss fight Two new survival maps Additional achievements
Hard Reset: Exile is Free to owners of Hard Reset.
In the only remaining human city of Bezoar, Major Fletcher, an Army Combat Veteran and soldier of the CLN, is dragged into a conflict between two of mankind's greatest enemies. He is to discover that nothing is what it seems to be.
Hard Reset is an action-packed, single-player shooter for the PC. With over-the-top destruction, loads of enemies, great weapon variety and a beautifully realized cyberpunk setting, Hard Reset is sure to shake up the shooter scene.
- A haunting cyberpunk / dark sci-fi setting
- Fast-paced, old-school shooter gameplay
- Hordes of enemies to destroy
- Epic boss fights
- A deep, experience-based weapon upgrade system
- High-fidelity graphics with full dynamic lighting
- Extensive use of physics and dynamic environments
A mix of classic and new shooting gamesMadDemon64 | July 3, 2015 | See all MadDemon64's reviews »
Hard Reset manages to blur the line between old and new FPS games. Like new FPS games, Hard Reset has regenerating shields and you can only carry two weapons. However, you also have health that does not regenerate and your weapons have multiple modes that make them function as if you have far more than two weapons. And this idea works. The enemies you face in Hard Reset come in huge numbers, and there is little variation, but the different strategies needed to combat them will keep you on your toes. Additionally, despite having essentially more than two weapons, all the different modes of a single weapon shares the same ammo. This means that you can’t machine gun down large enemies from a distance and clear away hordes of smaller ones with a shotgun and expect to have plenty of ammo leftover to use your rocket launcher. You can however chain some weapons together, a feat that is easier when you gain alternative fire modes, to conserve ammunition. You also can use the environment to your advantage and attack consoles and cars to electrocute or blow up your enemies. Hard Reset takes aspects from both new and old FPS games and mixes them into something that is it’s own glorious beast.
The good old daysBrownninja97 | May 4, 2015 | See all Brownninja97's reviews »
This is an interesting game, it provides a nice insight on what games used to be like, what people used to enjoy in the fps scene. Its not easy ill tell you that and and you likely die a lot so you might not like that and the enemies while different can be a pain in the backside. As for weapons you have two types which then branch off into different types. Its nice in theory but in practice its a pain to deal with the controls especially when you need to be able to change weapons on the fly but you forget which number leads to what and as the configurations look similar it can get confusing. graphics are an odd topic, there are parts where it looks stunning and others where its not so much but the odd things is that you dont really care about that, there are parts such as the options where they went overboard with the effects but honestly how can i really complain about that, its a lot of effort so they deserve recognition right. Storyline is also like the older fps's, rubbish and linear filled with silly one liners and you have a silent protagonist. The cutscenes are a nice comic like effect which is awesome. Overall its a nice game but i want more, im not sure what it is but this feels like its a nice allrounder but its not a stunner so there wasnt much to motivate me to play the game.
On of the best singleplayer FPS gamesdadnaya | April 25, 2015 | See all dadnaya's reviews »
This review is my review from steam. Overview: Hard reset is a game that happends in the future. It has many options and you don't just go and kill the enemies like most of the FPS games, you need to find secrets and destroy things like explosives or digital machines to open new areas. I enjoyed this game very much, it was very interesting, the maps were good, the story was awesome. Weapons here are nice because you can choose (plasma or rifle) your weapon path (you eventually get all of them). The enemies weren't to strong, but when they needed to be a bit hard, it was there. Many kinds of enemies, flying, running, giant, shooters, melee and more and more. Explosives - my best friend, may be yours as well! This game is replayable - you can just play it over and over in other difficulties without getting bored. Pros and cons: Pros: +Pretty long +Has good graphics +Has a good storyline +Voice acted +Has 'secrets' +Has achievements +Has many kinds of weapons +Has many upgrades of weapons +Has a free DLC +Has awesome boss fights +Challenging puzzles while fighting enemies +Has more than one difficulty Cons: -No cards -Storyline is hard to understand -Has 'detectors' of various things (enemies, N.A.N.O, etc.) In summary: even though it's length wasn't satisfying, it still is recommended to play!
A solid FPSIPaidForWinrar | Oct. 25, 2014 | See all IPaidForWinrar's reviews »
I honestly really like this game, and I got it for a really low price so that's always a plus. If you are a fan of games like Unreal Tournament and old FPS games, you should give this a try.
A great mix of old and new FPS stylingsLorddyran | Oct. 23, 2014 | See all Lorddyran's reviews »
If you grew up in the days of Duke Nukem 3D and Deus Ex, this game will fill a nostalgic little hole in your heart that you might not have even known was there. It's a pretty, tight FPS with old-school shooting action. Light on story, heavy on explosions - it's an '80s sci-fi movie brought to life. Watch Johnny Mnemonic and then play this game and you'll find yourself feeling an odd sense of deja vu. Basically, if you understood any of what I'm saying, you owe it to yourself to give this game a try.