Julkaistu 17. toukokuu.
A fantastic but short first person shooter if you wish to kill some time. This game adapts some elements from old school first person shooters such as Quake. There's no reloading, no objective markers telling you where to go, no in game scripted cutscenes, and best of all, no regenerating health. I got in game on sale for $1.49 from bundle stars. It was definitely worth it without a doubt. But if you're expecting an fantastic Oscar award winning story from this game, you're not going to get any. Personally, when it comes to fps games, I for one do not care about storytelling aside from Halo and perhaps Bioshock, because when it comes to fps, I want experience whatever action the games deliver, which this game definitely does. There's action in every step of the way.
But in case, you're curious, the game storyline honestly makes no sense, but like I said, who cares. You play as Major James Fletcher, some kind of cop, soldier, detective guy who has to fight his way through this futuristic looking city of Japan known as Bezoar through hordes of corrupt machines. To be honest, you're going to fighting the same exact machines over and over to the point where you might be bored of them. But don't worry, after the confusing ending from the 2nd boss fight, you will get to play the Exile Dlc, which will the continue the story.
Gameplay wise, like I said, you have to pick up health and ammo, which is what I prefer a lot in first person shooters. There are 2 weapons to carry but you can keep upgrading them to do amazing things such as turning your assault rifle into a shotgun and shoot pellets that stun enemies.
Above all, Hard Reset is a nice looking, fast paced first person shooter which you barely see nowadays. It's very short and you can beat in just a day so get it when it's on sale. If you enjoy classic styles in fps games, then pick up this game.