Reset trailer is almost as interesting as its single-player co-op gameplay


The above debut trailer for Theory Interactive's Reset is made entirely with a unique in-game engine, Praxis, and doesn't include any added effects, CGI or Peter Jackson-level motion capture. We swear. Well, Theory Interactive swears, so they're the ones that will have to deliver on this hefty promise.

If the trailer isn't tantalizing enough, Reset's gameplay premise is captivating too. In this first-person puzzle game, players have the ability to travel back in time to solve puzzles cooperatively with themselves, meaning the phrase "single-player co-op" makes an impossible amount of sense.

Theory Interactive comprises just two people, Alpo Oksaharju and Mikko Kallinen, but we're inclined to believe it's really just one person and his future self, who has brought back advanced innovations with the sole purpose of crafting this wonderfully entrancing debut game trailer. And, we hope, a game to live up to its promises.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.