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Submitted by Tuxmask55 413d ago | review

Reading Eagle Game review: 'Metro: Last Light' digs deep under Moscow

What are you doing after the apocalypse?

Video-game creators have been asking that question for years, with results ranging from Bethesda's sublime "Fallout 3" to id Software's forgettable "Rage."

Ukrainian developer 4A Games fell somewhere in between with 2010's "Metro: 2033," based on the bleak fiction of Russian novelist Dmitry Glukhovsky. It boasted incredibly detailed visuals that helped the player overlook somewhat sluggish combat controls, clunky artificial intelligence and a somewhat vague narrative. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3.5/4

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