Tyler from All Age Gaming writes: "The production of Metro Last Light was so troubled many consumers assumed it would be the death of the title. The game’s prequel, an adaptation of Dmitry Glukhovsky’s novel Metro 2033, found its audience on the 360 but was overlooked due to certain gameplay issues and being overshadowed by more high-profile titles at the time. Last Light was overseen by THQ and was still in development when the publisher finally collapsed, putting it in production hell. The project, team and rights were obtained by Deep Silver and ancillary features like multiplayer were cut. In many other situations this would lead to a shoddy, uneven or subpar product. Yet, despite these complications, Metro: Last Light is an absolutely entertaining experience."