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After Reset - A Classic Post-apocalyptic Role-playing Game
Posted , 24 February 2013 at 7:04 pm UTC / 4877 views
After Reset have launched their website and announced their game "After Reset".

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PLOT:
Planet Earth. 132 years after the "Reset," the thermonuclear apocalypse which ended human civilization. Around one third of the globe is covered by "Yellow Zones," where the ruins of cities are covered with radioactive dust. In these areas, Anarchist "Survivor" groups have taken control, and uncontaminated food and drinking water are valued at parity with human life. Another third of the Earth is in the agony of the "Red Zones," the epicenters of the deadly anomalies which arose as a result of a nuclear chain reaction in the atmosphere, and the morphing of the planet. The majority of terrestrial organisms are not capable of surviving in the "Red Zones," which makes it a perfect home for mutants and "guests" from deep space. The planet is unrecognizable and empty…

TARGET PLATFORM: Windows, Linux (PC).

GAME ENGINE: Unity 3D.

Sounds very inspired by fallout 2 but that is really not a bad thing, right now the pre-order section on their website does not seem to work though.

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MaximB commented on 24 February 2013 at 8:26 pm UTC
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TARGET AUDIENCE: males, 21+ y.o., from USA, Canada, Europe and Russia. << That made me LOL
What about Asia or Australia?

TARGET AUDIENCE: males, 21+ y.o., from USA, Canada, [b]Europe[/b] and [b]Russia[/b]. << That made me LOL :D What about Asia or Australia?
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sobkas commented on 24 February 2013 at 9:20 pm UTC
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MaximBTARGET AUDIENCE: males, 21+ y.o., from USA, Canada, Europe and Russia. << That made me LOL
What about Asia or Australia?
Australia is down there like WTF mates

[quote=MaximB]TARGET AUDIENCE: males, 21+ y.o., from USA, Canada, Europe and Russia. << That made me LOL What about Asia or Australia?[/quote] Australia is down there like WTF mates [youtube]kCpjgl2baLs[/youtube]
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Hamish commented on 25 February 2013 at 12:57 am UTC
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I do not get the point in stating a geographical target audience in the first place myself.

I do not get the point in stating a geographical target audience in the first place myself.
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Jean Bertrand commented on 25 February 2013 at 3:06 am UTC

Anarchism =/= roving gangs. Unless of course, these gangs are building democratically run and non-hierarchically organized structures, sharing resources, and dismantling illegitimate authority.

Anarchism =/= roving gangs. Unless of course, these gangs are building democratically run and non-hierarchically organized structures, sharing resources, and dismantling illegitimate authority.
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Hamish commented on 25 February 2013 at 4:27 am UTC
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True, as long as there is some authority it is no longer anarchistic. That would be more like tribal.

True, as long as there is some authority it is no longer anarchistic. That would be more like tribal.
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Ba7a7chy commented on 25 February 2013 at 7:26 am UTC

Nice, this game looks cool, is there a Demo or Game-play video ?

Nice, this game looks cool, is there a Demo or Game-play video ?
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michele mazza commented on 26 February 2013 at 8:04 pm UTC
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Advice to game developers:
don't state your perceived target audience publicly, those on target will feel pigeonholed, the others will feel excluded.

And as MaximB says, this one was especially ridiculous.

Advice to game developers: don't state your perceived target audience publicly, those on target will feel pigeonholed, the others will feel excluded. And as MaximB says, this one was especially ridiculous.
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