“We don’t believe in DRM, and we don’t like DRM,” two of the developers behind the new game Shadow Warrior 2 recently told Kotaku in an e-mail, when we asked them about their game’s lack of anti-piracy protection. DRM, of course, refers to digital rights management or anti-piracy systems that are widely used to keep…
How does one craft a new anthem for a decade some 30 years past? I have no idea, but Stan Bush has done it. The man behind “The Touch” contributed a new track to a special limited edition Shadow Warrior 2 vinyl EP, and it’s so inspirational ‘80s rock it feels awesome.
Flying Wild Hog’s Hard Reset, a rather good, PC-exclusive cyberpunk FPS from 2011, is coming to Xbox One and PS4 “soon.” Titled Hard Reset Redux, this new release, which’ll also be on PC, will come with “an upgraded visual engine and rebalanced gameplay, along with new enemies and weaponry.” Trailer’s above.
I know absolutely nothing about this colorful new platformer other than it being developed by the studio behind Hard Reset and the Shadow Warrior reboot and the fact that there's a level covered with strawberry jam. That's good enough for me.
The Shadow Warrior reboot is coming to Xbox One and PS4, publisher Devolver Digital announced in a blog post. The ports will be arriving in late September. The video above is the launch trailer from about a year ago—but it's good enough to warrant another watch. Easily one of the best things about the game.
After Saints Row 4, Stan Bush's "The Touch" makes yet another appearance in a video game context—this time, the Shadow Warrior reboot's launch trailer. And it is glorious.
Fully destructible bicycles should be in every game. Devolver Digital, publishers of the re-imagined and incredibly bloody FPS Shadow Warrior, have released a humorous trailer discussing the game's less talked about features. Take a look above, have a laugh, and if you'd like, check out our impressions here.
Shadow Warrior is being rebooted next month. Flying Wild Hog's re-imagining of the classic, hilarious, and bloody 1997 first-person shooter will be arriving to PC on September 26. Naturally, there's a bloody trailer to go along with the release date announcement. Dig in!
Was Flying Wild Hog's cyberpunk shooter Hard Reset too hard for you? Patch 1.01 eases your pain, removing weapon cooldowns, improving gun swapping speed, tweaking the sprint system, and allowing players the mercy of mid-game difficulty changing. Pansies. [Steam Forums]
Earlier this month I took a good hard look at Hard Reset, the upcoming single-player shooter coming out next month from Polish developer Flying Wild Hog, telling you all about my favorite parts of the game. Now I can show you.
It's okay if you've never heard of Hard Reset, the new single-player cyberpunk first-person shooter coming next month from Polish developer Flying Wild Hog. Up until a couple of weeks ago, no one had. It happens. It just doesn't happen often with a game this good being released this soon.
The Polish super-team building the cyberpunk FPS Hard Reset must think it's 1996 or something. The game is a PC exclusive, has no multiplayer, and although it was announced earlier last month, it's coming out later this year. That's how things used to get done around here.
The people who teased their PC exclusive shooter with a single screen shot last month have finally unveiled the mysterious sci-fi project they're working on. This is Hard Reset, the cyberpunk first-person shooter from people who worked on Painkiller, Bulletstorm and The Witcher 2.
I don't know the name of this soon-to-be-announced PC exclusive shooter from Polish developer Flying Wild Hog, but this one brief glimpse is all I need to know this is a world I'd like to hang out in. How about you?