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Submitted by Shogun_Ian 475d ago | review

Metro: Last Light [Review] | Shogun Gamer

Ian Fisher writes: If there ever was a game that felt authentic in its depiction of what a post-apocalyptic world would be like, especially one based in Russia, it would have to be Metro: Last Light. The amount of details sunk into the game by 4A Studios is staggering since it creates a world that feels believable and is utterly engaging. Not only that, but the gameplay itself is a perfect blend of traditional, yet skill based and not overly easy, gunplay coupled with stealth sections that feel logical and are easy to execute. Metro: Last Light may be somewhat of a niche game due to its narrative and ensuing gameplay style, but fans of FPS games should check the title out since it’s easily one of the best offerings released this generation. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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