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Submitted by TransientDreamer 719d ago | review

DualShockers | Review: Metro: Last Light

David Rodriguez writes, "The horror genre–when the story being told gets into your head and turns your instincts against you–coupled with the genre of science-fiction, go together like bread and butter; which is the case in 4A Games’ first-person shooter, Metro: Last Light. Rather than stop your heart with predictable shock moments and gore, they push buttons: they force you to think and pull on every single thread of the story. The world of Last Light slowly grows on you, and before you know it, you’ll find yourself looking over your shoulder, and playing with the lights on." (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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