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Submitted by TransientDreamer 602d ago | interview

Metro: Last Light Writer Sheds Light on the Game’s Narrative

At last year’s E3, Metro: Last Light was one of the games that most intrigued us, yet oddly enough it was no where near the show floor. Instead, it was tucked away in meeting room in a remote corner of the Los Angeles Convention Center, where the now defunct publisher THQ was holding refuge. Fast forward to PAX East 2013 and Metro: Last Light is alive and kicking, and thanks to publisher Deep Silver, still on track for release. We had the opportunity to discuss the game’s narrative with writer, Dmitry Glukhovsky, who took the time to break down everything we need to know about the game’s narrative. (4A Games, Deep Silver, Metro: Last Light, PAX East 2013, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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