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Submitted by -Mezzo- 772d ago | review

PluggedIn - Metro: Last Light Review

PluggedIn - The lion's share of shooters are straightforward run-and-gun titles designed to toss as many nasties in a gamer's pathway as possible. These games reward players with points and trophies depending on how many bloody stacks of bullet-riddled zombies or snarling aliens they leave behind. But on occasion a rare trigger-puller dares to be a little different, its creators taking pains to be at least as concerned with story as supersized slaughter. (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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