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Submitted by Sidology 687d ago | review

Review: Metro: Last Light [Save/Continue]

With no shortage of excellence in several categories, Metro: Last Light is, without question, the best multiplatform title to come out so far in 2013. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

Bitsnark  +   687d ago
Strong recommendation, need to free time up for this I think.
solidworm  +   687d ago
Got half way through and then lost the will to live. Repetitive doesn't cover it, its not a bad game but boy corridor shooter....nah.
Rhezin  +   686d ago
repetitive? There's plenty of diverse sequences outside, indoors, and on the water. I like these games, sure it's linear but at least your not running around wasting time trying to find your goal like in an open world.

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