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Gamesradar- Metro: Last Light Preview

GR;Over the past few years, plenty of first-person shooters have vied for control of the multiplayer arena. But the battle for online supremacy (which Call of Duty continues to win) has left a bit of a void when it comes to meaningful single-player shooters. While 2010's Metro 2033 was far from perfect, it remains an excellent example of the atmospheric solo experiences that shooters can achieve. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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