|OS:||Win 7 or Later|
|Processor:||2.5 GHz Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon 64|
|Memory:||2 GB RAM|
|Graphics:||512 MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800GS / ATI Radeon HD 3870 or better|
|Storage:||5 GB available space|
If you’re sick of all the military shooters vying for your attention but still want an honest, straightforward FPS experience, Hard Reset has the cure for your fever.
Whether you’re new to Hard Reset or have played the previous versions, there’s plenty to be enjoyed in Redux.
If you played Hard Reset before, there may not be quite enough here to make a return, but if you're otherwise down for a good FPS experience, this is a pretty solid choice.
Honestly, Hard Reset Redux is an easy game to recommend for those wanting a little more of what made Doom such a success last month. Fast-paced shooting, combined with some great visual design and a few upgrades to keep your arsenal fresh. If you’ve not played Hard Reset before, Hard Redux is well worth the price of admission.
Even with some slight adjustments to the formula, Hard Reset still holds up quite well. Rebalances and small improvements in the Redux version are life-savers, making it one of the most satisfying shooters of 2016.
For those who take kindly to games that are as much about agility as they are indulgence in many an unfolding set-piece, Hard Reset Redux might just be one to check out.
If you had not a chance to play the original one, you could have a great time enjoying Redux. There are a few additions, but visuals overhaul are not so impressive and the game feels a bit dated nowadays.
Hard Reset Redux is a great upgrade for the game from 2011. A FPS with a classic touch and frenetic action. However, it's really short and becomes a little bit repetitive.
Hard Reset Redux is still a challenging, solid FPS with tough enemies and nice weapons, but the graphics look dated.
Five years ago it was a solid old-school experience. But since then a lot has happened within retro action – most notably Doom. And compared to the glossy dynamics you can experience in id Software's latest hell on Mars, this plainly feels outdated in almost every aspect.
When it first came out almost five years ago, Hard Reset was a pretty standard old-school shooter, with decent gameplay and a generic sci-fi atmosphere. The Remastered version does not improve a lot; the new katana in particular is pretty useless, if not detrimental, to the gameplay, and the graphics improvements are negligible.
A low-budget but solid arena shooter that drops superfluous mechanics for the sake of fast-paced gameplay. [08/2016, p.57]