Hard Reset Redux

Hard Reset Redux Review | An Amazing Example of What Remade Games Can Be

2011 was a big year for a lot of people. Many huge events happened that year, so it can be forgiven if you didn’t notice Flying Wild Hog publishing their love story to old school atmospheric cyber punk shooters, which they called Hard Reset. The game was a love story to the old slower paced atmospheric shooter. No regenerating health, a boat load of weapons, and a complex story that involves tons of cut scenes in a...

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Fans Worry That Hard Reset Redux’s Graphics Have Been Downgraded

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Flying Wild Hog’s upgraded and augmented version of their 2012 FPS Hard Reset hits Steam and other digital distribution platforms today but some fans are already scrutinizing the game.  Complaints have included accusations of blurry textures, missing lighting effects, ambient occlusion being disabled among other changes. The source of this comparison is a 4 minute long YouTube video by Candyland where these changes are laid out using rather short gameplay segments. Some commenters have pointed out that the...

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Hard Reset Redux is simply amazing

Hard Reset is a game from flying Wild Hog game, that came out in 2012. It was the studios first game development effort, and by 2012 standards was a fantastic game. With a Doom like vibe, and an awesome cyber punk setting the game was atmospheric, challenging, and gathered a cult following.Now Flying Wild Hog are returning to their first ever game, with a full engine rebuild, and lots of new tricks under the hood Hard Reset...

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Hard Reset Redux Reboots On Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC

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Flying Wild Hog, probably best known for their reboot of the Shadow Warrior franchise, is preparing to rebalance and upgrade their 2012 first person shooter Hard Reset for current generation consoles and a second go at Windows PC due out later this year. Specific enhancements include graphical upgrades, new enemies, weapons and a glowing cyber katana that looks like it was ripped out of the pages of an indie comic book. Who wouldn’t want to hack apart...

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