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Submitted by Relientk77 693d ago | article

Metro 2033 retrospective

Eurogamer - Metro 2033 is not a game that deserves a sequel. Too often the game stumbles in its quest to combine elements of shooter, stealth and horror, never confident enough in any one category. The story demands no clear continuation. (Metro 2033, PC, Xbox 360)

NYC_Gamer  +   693d ago
Metro 2033 is one of the best first person shooters released this gen..The story is good and there is no crappy run& gun gameplay...I love the whole setting and the fact 4A makes the player think before using his ammo since there is no unlimited amount..
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Relientk77  +   693d ago
Yeah, I'm checking into this game, it looks sick
Derekvinyard13  +   693d ago
True it is a great setting
coolbeans  +   693d ago
Can't say I agree.
Though I can agree that not having typical 'run & gun' gameplay was rewarding to see, but bullet currency/stealth mechanics are tremendously flawed. 360 owners still have to PURCHASE the Ranger packs that actually fix some complaints I made with this title in my review.

Nevertheless, the fact that the title had more potential in its metaphorical pinkie than the whole of dozens of 90% of the other shooters out there still make Last Light a potential FPS of the Year candidate.
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ATi_Elite  +   692d ago
Metro 2033 PC
YEs this game came out for the x360 so if you got a Xbox go buy it and play it BUT

If you got a good or Monster PC then get Metro 2033 and Make your PC BLEED while enjoying a DAM good FPS!
Rivitur  +   692d ago
Doesn't deserve a sequel? The fuque? A flawed masterpiece deserves a chance to become a master piece.
pandehz  +   692d ago
I stopped reading at 'Metro 2033 is not a game that deserves a sequel'
Captain Tuttle  +   692d ago
You shouldn't have, the article is quite good.
coolbeans  +   692d ago
Glad you mentioned that.
I actually didn't read it until you stated the quality of the article (just came to scope out comments at first :P).

The writer does an excellent job of detailing the subtleties he found in the game and how interesting the game experimentation turns out.
aliengmr  +   692d ago
Pretty deep analysis of a game that's indistinguishable from the rest.

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