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Reset

2 years ago

Reset release date reset again, sad robots slip into 2017

We certainly have lost track of Reset [official site] since its just-about-successful 2013 Indiegogo. Overwhelmingly beautiful in screenshots and early footage, then even beautifuller in a second trailer, it sank into a long stretch of development with multiple delays. And now, two days short of its most recent release date, the huge project from just two people has slipped again.

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5 years ago

Reset Doesn’t Have Long Left To Make Lots Of Money

Reset blew us all away with its opening trailer. Heck, it blew me away with its opening screenshots. A single-player co-op where you time travel to interact with yourself, in inexplicably gorgeous graphics. That was all last year. Things went understandably quiet. And then the Finnish pair went to IndieGoGo to try to raise €65,000. Because I'm incapable of guessing the ways of mankind, this…

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Reset Wants Your Money, Offers Gameplay Tutorial

Reset is a snappy, apt title given its game's time-rewinding proclivities, but at this point most of the Internet knows it simply as That Really Pretty Game With The Ultra-Sad Robot (Who Is Actually Not A Robot) Standing In The Rain And Each Piano Key Strikes Like A Glass-Shard Encrusted Dagger To My Tear Ducts - despite a recent trailer with a bit of puzzling.…

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Exo-suits You, Sir: Reset Returns With New Beautiful Trailer

Why do exo-suits look at their best when caught in a sudden downpour? Theory: we are all spawned by the same universe-birthing robo-horse, and the sight of graceful machinery being battered by the forces of nature triggers an emotional response like remembering our communal womb. Other places exo-suits look great include Reset, a self-cooperative first-person puzzle game about time travel set in a rain-soaked city.…

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7 years ago

Feature: Big Shiny Robots

What’s In A Trailer: Reset Devs Explain Amazing Debut

So yeah, that Reset trailer. Its sumptuous eye candy feast reduced the Internet to a slack-jawed chorus of "oooos" and "aaaaaahs." Pitter-pattering raindrops, gently wavering foliage, and a blinding sun holding two giant scoops of intrigue turned the "single-player co-op" puzzler into the talk of the town. It had a lot of graphics, I suppose, is the short version of what I'm saying. And yet, all of…

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‘Single-Player Co-op’ Puzzler Reset’s Trailer Is Amazing

Wow. Reset's premise time-shifting, self-assisting premise sounded incredibly promising when we first heard about it, but the first-person puzzler's debut trailer very nearly left me speechless. That doesn't happen very often. I like to speech! In short, though, it's two-man indie impossibility with looks that seem primed to tackle triple-A games, tear them limb-from-meticulously-rendered-limb, and fashion their extraneous As into a tasteful necklace. A sitting,…

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Now I Want To Play Theory Interactive’s Reset

I love the phrase "single-player co-op". That's because I'm a misanthrope, and other people ruin everything. But it's how Reset describes itself, as spotted by IGM. In fact, it's a single-player co-op first-person puzzle game, exclusive to PC. That's the genre I was waiting for! And by crikey, it sounds fascinating.

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10 years ago

Videogames Killed The Video Star: Reset

RPS-reg Roburky has written an interesting if minor experimental game. It's called Reset, and is available here. It's inspired by and based around "Rest to Reset" by Trash80 (who you'll know as the creator of the music for Darwinia). Roburky loves it so much he tried to turn its structure into a videogame - the best comparison is an alternate-dimension music video, with a game…

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