Submitted by Lavalamp 928d ago | review

Metro: Last Light Review | Canadian Online Gamers

Canadian Online Gamers: "Although Metro: Last Light does have a ‘been there and done that’ feeling to it, this is not a bad thing as developer 4A Games has managed to smooth out all the rough edges from the first Metro game. Last Light’s sprawling mix of shooter, combat, stealth, survival horror and exploration all manage to do the job, but the visuals and story-driven narrative in many ways steals the show. This is not to say that the actual gameplay itself is not enjoyable because it is; I just found that some of the issues I experienced along the way somewhat dampened the game a bit. Regardless, the varied combat, short focused levels and many of the surprises along the way, including a lap dance of all things, made for an unforgettable experience and one Metro fans and fans of FPS games alike can purchase with confidence." (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 82/100

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