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Download the Hard Reset demo from Bit-Gamer

Download the Hard Reset demo from Bit-Gamer

Download the 1GB Hard Reset demo from Bit-Gamer and try the cyberpunk shooter for yourself.

Flying Wild Hog Studios has released a demo for its upcoming cyberpunk shooter, Hard Reset - and you download it from Bit-Gamer!

'Hard Reset transports players to a haunting, dystopian future, with humanity on the verge of extinction, confined to its last standing city and under constant threat from the robotic hordes that aim to annihilate mankind,' goes the official synopsis.

Key features for Hard Reset include destruction-based gameplay, a fusion of FPS and RPG elements and weapons with multiple firing modes.

The singleplayer demo weighs in at 1GB in size, is intended for Windows and offers players a chance to test out Flying Wild Hog's gorgeous custom-made engine, Road Hog.

The full game is set for release on September 13, 2011. It will be priced at £22.99 and will be distributed through digital distribution platforms such as Steam.


You can read our Hard Reset preview for more information on the game, or check out the Hard Reset trailer below while you wait. More trailers are available through the Trailers section.

Let us know your thoughts in the forums.

18 Comments

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stoff3r 8th September 2011, 10:54 Quote
The demo is also at steam :)
Bloody_Pete 8th September 2011, 10:59 Quote
This game looks interesting...
Centy-face 8th September 2011, 11:00 Quote
Already got it on Steam last night.
Apexgun 8th September 2011, 11:43 Quote
Norton just flagged it as a "threat" and removed it for me, no choice to restore :(
CardJoe 8th September 2011, 11:47 Quote
Hm. AVG and our usual virus checks don't show any problem with the file for us...
edzieba 8th September 2011, 12:11 Quote
Remember when it was announced as a "hard science fiction game"? I guess they gave up on that at some point.
GravitySmacked 8th September 2011, 13:37 Quote
Is it worth the download?
Marvin-HHGTTG 8th September 2011, 13:59 Quote
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Originally Posted by GravitySmacked
Is it worth the download?

I think it's worth seeing if you like it (it's only 1GB), but I wasn't that keen to be honest. It just doesn't seem all that great - little mobility, no crouching, slightly cliched 'shoot the barrel/generator to kill more enemies'. It just seems old school, but not in a good way.
sear 8th September 2011, 15:03 Quote
It's Painkiller + cyberpunk. Take that for what you will.
GravitySmacked 8th September 2011, 15:52 Quote
I'll give it a go then, Painkiller was a fantastic game at the time; mmmm stake gun cheesecake.
WildThing 8th September 2011, 15:55 Quote
Cool, downloading now.
thehippoz 8th September 2011, 16:31 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Apexgun
Norton just flagged it as a "threat" and removed it for me, no choice to restore :(

I'll dl it just to check
[PUNK] crompers 8th September 2011, 16:46 Quote
just had a go, its good fun but i could see it getting repetitive. probably one to wait for in the sale
ssj12 8th September 2011, 18:48 Quote
Total Biscuit did a wtf is for this. It looked epic.
Fizzban 8th September 2011, 19:03 Quote
"haunting, dystopian future, with humanity on the verge of extinction, confined to its last standing city and under constant threat from the robotic hordes that aim to annihilate mankind"

oh it sounds so original and everything :(
thehippoz 8th September 2011, 19:03 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Apexgun
Norton just flagged it as a "threat" and removed it for me, no choice to restore :(

probably not true.. or your infected with pebkac =] norton 2012 updated (ran in a vm)
Code:
Scan Statistics:
  Scan Time: 21 seconds
  Scan Targets: C:\Temp\hardresetdemo_en.exe
  Counts:
   Total items scanned: 1
   - Files & Directories: 1
   - Registry Entries: 0
   - Processes & Start-up Items: 0
   - Network & Browser Items: 0
   - Other: 0
   - Trusted Files: 0
   - Skipped Files: 0

   Total security risks detected: 0
   Total items resolved: 0
   Total items that require attention: 0

Resolved Threats:
No risks have been resolved

Unresolved Threats:
No unresolved risks

----------------------------------------------------

Scan Statistics:
  Scan Time: 5 seconds
  Scan Targets: C:\Program Files\Hard Reset Demo
  Counts:
   Total items scanned: 9,283
   - Files & Directories: 9,283
   - Registry Entries: 0
   - Processes & Start-up Items: 0
   - Network & Browser Items: 0
   - Other: 0
   - Trusted Files: 0
   - Skipped Files: 0

   Total security risks detected: 0
   Total items resolved: 0
   Total items that require attention: 0

Resolved Threats:
No risks have been resolved

Unresolved Threats:
No unresolved risks
feathers 8th September 2011, 23:39 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Apexgun
Norton just flagged it as a "threat" and removed it for me, no choice to restore :(

LOL. Why would u use norton? Lots of false positives and lack of control. Ditch it for Kaspersky (buy on ebay for peanuts and upgrade to latest version from kaspersky website).
leexgx 10th September 2011, 05:07 Quote
Kaspersky ok if you do not mind 1 cpu core been active a lot of the time (found it to be an resource hog) MSE or norton only seems good these days
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