Hard Reset: Extended Edition is now available in North America

Kalypso Media announced today the release of Hard Reset: Extended Edition for Windows PC to North American retail outlets. Hard Reset: Extended Edition is a classically styled sci-fi first person shooter that takes everything fans love about the genre and kicks it up a notch by adding more enemies, more levels and more of the frenetic turbocharged gunplay of the original game. Hard Reset: Extended Edition is now available for a Suggested Retail Price of $29.99 USD.
In the only remaining human city of Bezoar, Major Fletcher, an Army Combat Veteran, is dragged into a conflict between two of mankind’s greatest enemies. He is to discover that nothing is what it seems to be.
Hard Reset is an action-packed, single-player shooter for the PC. With over-the-top destruction, loads of enemies, great weapon variety and a beautifully realized cyberpunk setting, Hard Reset is sure to shake up the shooter scene. Exclusive in the extended edition: four new enemy types, five new campaign levels with about three hours of new gameplay and improved graphics engine!
Hard Reset: Extended Edition features:
•A haunting cyberpunk / dark sci-fi setting
•Fast-paced, old-school shooter gameplay
•Hordes of enemies to destroy
•Epic boss fights
•A deep, experience-based weapon upgrade system
•High-fidelity graphics with full dynamic lighting
•Extensive use of physics and dynamic environments
•Exclusive in the extended edition: four new creature types, a new boss monster, five new campaign levels with a total of about three additional hours playing time as well as two new levels for the survival mode and an improved graphics engine.

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