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USA TODAY 'Metro: Last Light' Review: A Dark, And Gritty Shooter

By Brett Molina

There might not be a video game genre as oversaturated as the first-person shooter. Call of Duty. Battlefield. Halo. Players can trip and fall into a retail store shelf and find several shooters.

So, sticking out among the crowd requires a lot of effort. In the case of Metro: Last Light, the post-apocalyptic adventure from studio 4A Games, developers pull this off beautifully with strong storytelling and a chilling atmosphere set inside the depths of underground subway tunnels. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3.5/4

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