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Submitted by mathsman 463d ago | review

Review: Metro: Last Light | Metro Gaming

What was once a fresh and exciting new experiment from THQ is now a blockbuster first-person shooter (FPS) from Deep Silver. Times may have changed the situation in which Metro: Last Light arrives, but one thing remains the same: this is a videogame that has made its way to retail shelves through perseverance and the commendable attempt to create a compelling videogame experience, as opposed to simply copying the existing model. Metro: Last Light is light years ahead of the average modern FPS, pulling far closer towards BioShock than the continuous stream of military pseudo-simulations. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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