Hard Reset is a deceptive game. On the surface, this PC first-person shooter from upstart developer Flying Wild Hog feels pretty simple. There's no reload button, there's no crouch button, and there's no magical duffel bag full of grenades, flash bangs, or other tactical items you need to memorize a dozen hotkeys in order to use. You just sort of run and gun like it's 1995 all over again. At least that's how it goes for the first few minutes. Then you stumble upon an upgrade terminal and suddenly that whole business about Hard Reset being a simple shooter gets thrown right on out the window.