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Submitted by TheAnalogShtick 588d ago | review

The Analog Shtick | Review: Metro: Last Light — Welcome to the Metro

The underground tunnels that were once synonymous with cheap, reliable transport have become the Russian peoples’ only source of refuge from the radiation that pollutes the surface. Children don’t know what birds or dogs look like, or that they were friendly creatures, they only know of the mutated creatures of the surface that are often referred to as “demons” because of their frightening appearance and unmitigated hostility. This dark and seemingly hopeless world is the one Metro: Last Light creates — that it invites players to take part in. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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