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Submitted by ForeignEarth 521d ago | opinion piece

Forgotten Games: Metro 2033

FruityGamers:
Horror Just Doesn't Sell

Metro 2033 was released in early 2010 for the Xbox 360 and PC. As an adaptation from a novel, the game didn't garner too much hype before release, other from some diehard horror fans. The game managed to not only capture a good combination of FPS and horror, but it made you feel like a part of this post-apocalyptic world. It truly was an experience that was refreshing, at times, freaky, and a lot of fun. (Metro 2033, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

NYC_Gamer  +   521d ago
THQ are the idiots who refused to promote Metro-2033
greatcrusader44  +   521d ago
Man, I've been wanting to get this game for a long time, I really need to bite the bullet and grab it, especially considering how cheap it is now.
MasterD919  +   521d ago
Bought it on sale not too long ago. Aside from the lack of firepower, it is a good game.

Haven't had much time to dive into it though with my backlog continuously increasing over these last few weeks.

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