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Submitted by SactoGamer 841d ago | review

Game Guys review - Metro: Last Light

Post-apocalyptic video games have become somewhat of a been-there-done-that setting with games like Bethesda's Fallout series and id Software' Rage seeing releases in recent memory. Metro: Last Light, a game from publisher Deep Silver (formerly from the now-defunct THQ), is the latest title to take place after the end of the world and provides a nearly "can't miss" FPS experience. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 96/100

Klonopin  +   841d ago
Great game. The only post-apocalyptic game i didn't like was Rage. Metro, Stalker, Fallout and Borderlands, all stand out on their own.

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