Name: Josh
Age: 30
Most Favorite Game: Xenogears
Least Favorite Game: Resident Evil 5

At 30 years old you would think that I would be tired of games. However, it seems to be the one thing I refuse to grow out of. What can I say? I can sit down and enjoy a good gaming session just as much as I can sit and enjoy reading through the classics of literature. Also, I write things....kinda.
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There are few things in this industry that motivates me to write these days. However, when I came across this ambitious indie title by Theory Interactive, I had to bring it to the Destructoid community to share with all of you. Not much is really known about the PC title "RESET", but the developers (literally three guys creating this vision from scratch) have a fairly interesting concept moving forward. Here, I'll just post up their own words to give you the idea:

"Reset is a single player co-op first person puzzle game with a strong emphasis on story and atmosphere. The unique game mechanic in Reset is the ability to travel back in time to solve puzzles co-operatively, with yourself."

That last little emphasis that I placed in there? Yeah, I am completely sold on that.

The developers provide weekly updates via their blog, and they've been releasing a decent stream of information since their unveiling back in March. Unfortunately, these guys weren't able to get to attend E3, so this wonderful project wont get the attention right now it probably deserves.

The developers just released the teaser trailer for RESET this past week and, I have to say, it strikes a fairly emotional tone. That's fairly impressive considering the game is still in its pre-alpha stages. Still, I hope that as many people as possible will become interested in this game. The reveal trailer for RESET is below, and, one more thing, everything you see is from the in-game engine. All of it.

Here is the link to the reveal trailer

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