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Submitted by TheLiztress 836d ago | review

Vivid Gamer: Metro: Last Light Review

James Damian of Vivid Gamer writes: "When publisher THQ declared bankruptcy late last year, it left many gamers wondering whether some of their planned upcoming releases would see the light of day. One of the many titles that I personally was worried about was 4A Games sequel to their underappreciated 2010 release Metro 2033. Set in a post-apocalyptic Moscow, this survival horror title was moody, atmospheric and while flawed was still enjoyable. Although the game didn’t set remarkable numbers, many of it’s fans (like myself) were excited for it’s sequel. After three years though was our wait worth it?" (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

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