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Submitted by Lucario 583d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Metro: Last Light Review (PC Version)

DHGF: Not as easily accessible plot-wise as a sequel could be to players who haven’t played the first, Metro: Last Light offers a solid and compelling first-person shooter and survival horror experience set in a post-apocalyptic Moscow and its Metro system. A unique and driving story along with a rich atmosphere keep you going through the game. It plays smoothly and invites you in with a minimalistic and inventive approach to eliminating any kind of interface like players had in Skyrim. The world of Metro is deep and rich and the polished end result was both exciting and engrossing and easily makes it one of the better games I’ve played all year. While the moments of plot might not make it as fast paced as some shooters out there, it’s the plot and atmosphere that makes the game first rate and easily on my recommend list. (Metro: Last Light, PC) -

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