Kotaku: "Earlier this month I took a good hard look at Hard Reset, the upcoming single-player shooter coming out next month from Polish developer Flying Wild Hog, telling you all about my favorite parts of the game. Now I can show you."
Looks damn good, day 1!
SOLD. [email protected] console gamer disagreeing with you.
Imagine trying to navigate that menu with a controller.. that would be a pain! @4:30 Oh yeah day1! The lighting is amazing!
Oh, yeah, because this game is so fast-paced. Imagine my feeble console gamer brain trying to navigate 30 degree angles in less than 5 seconds to kill an enemy in one of these narrow pathways. Ridiculous, guys. You guys sure talk a lot about consoles and their gamers for people who think they're so lowly and feeble. Try concentrating on all of the non-indie multiplats coming out this year and get your minds off of consoles for once. Try commenting on ONE PC related article without crying about consoles.
Beastly, no offense but if you couldn't get through that using a controller, then you're a complete tool.
I hope they add more particle effects to go along with that awesome lighting! The game is filled with great texture details. Didn't like the HUGE health circle on the left. make it smaller and transparent. Overall Hard Reset is gonna be a Purchase! Looking forward to it and seeing more!
hope it has classic deathmatch
I'm sold. I love oldschool classic shooters man. The steampunk aura of this game, and the incredibly stylish weapons make this a day 1 buy. Unfortunately its not for PS3 or Xbox, PC only :( But in a way, its made for PC gamers.
This is more like Duke Nukem or Serious Sam. Not really a fan of those types of games. I'll prob pass on this. Looks too repetitive.
. Wow...this title showed some potential UNTIL I saw this video. New definition of linear shooter. Back to the drawing board for these guys...O_o
Yet you bow down to MW3 like there's no tomorrow. Try harder.
What you don't like it? definite buy then.
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