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Metro: Last Light - fighting the pull of Call of Duty | OXM UK

OXM UK: "In practice, you're a bony heap of rags and scrap, bleeding your life out beneath a walkway deep in the dank, miserable belly of a metro station colonised by hard-drinking neo-Nazis. Metro: Last Light's new control scheme reflects main character Artyom's increased battlefield prowess, and applies a thin grease of accessibility to help newcomers settle in - but this is still a shooter that trades on patience, the careful hoarding of pitifully inadequate resources, and a preternatural sensitivity to the whereabouts of your foes." (Metro: Last Light, Xbox 360)

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