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Submitted by gaminoz 1031d ago | interview

E3 2012: Metro: Last Light Developer Interview: “It’s a terrifying, hostile world”

OXCGN:

"THQ Australia were generous enough to offer OXCGN a chance to have an email interview with Huw Beynon, Studio Communications Lead over at 4A games developing Metro: Last Light, the sequel to Metro 2033.

Myself and Nicholas Laborde had a few questions that THQ Australia delivered. They give a great insight into the world of Metro: Last Light and the direction the sequel is being taken.
What looks certain is that the care and effort being put into this sequel is second to none." (E3, Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

gaminoz  +   1031d ago
They are definitely going in the right direction with the outdoor sections.
BadCircuit  +   1031d ago
Not sure how it will fare against the big boys, but Metro does have a strong following.
Proeliator  +   1031d ago
Oooohhhh... me likey Metro
Hooshuwashu  +   1031d ago
Great interview, looking forward to this. Just hope my pc can manage it :(
guitarded77  +   1031d ago
I just got Metro 2033 in the mail today... played for an hour or so... pretty good so far. Those monster dog things are bullet sponges though.
Proeliator  +   1031d ago
Metro, while it does have a few rough spots in the gameplay, is an overall excellent example of atmosphere in gaming. No matter how stuck you may ever get, keep on - it's worth any frustration!
guitarded77  +   1030d ago
Yeah, I just hit my first roadblock. The character I was escorting froze, not allowing me to progress with the mission so I had to reload checkpoint. There is a lot of texture pop-in, but like you said, the atmosphere is great. Besides atmosphere, I like the gun play. The guns feel real. The revolver is possibly the most real I've seen in a game... and the lighting is good. The voice acting is pretty bad at times (horrible Russian accents... I've had several Russian teachers in computer science), it's actually pretty funny.

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