Ginx:The world of Metro was first written into being by Dimitri Glukovsky in his novel Metro 2033, and adapted into a complex but flawed first person shooter by developers 4A games. Now, Metro Last light picks up where it left off, following the story of young ranger Artyom once more. For the first hour newcomers will be playing catch up, as they begin to understand the politics, people and stations of the metro but once they are immersed in this dense world, there will be no escape. It’s a plot that ranges in quality of writing and clarity, but in atmosphere and detail it’s unbeatable. Showing the kind of maturity that few games ever reach, its portrayal of the dangers of extreme ideologies, and the atrocities that man is able to commit in the name of ignorance is startlingly well observed.