From Strategyinformer.com: "It's easy to see why 4A might want to remaster its ageing (at least in videogame terms) Metro 2033 with a remastered Redux edition, but Metro: Last Light only came out back in 2013. It still looks great and plays well. What could the developer possibly want to add to a game that already has all that snazzy modern polish?
First off, a qualification. If you want a full in-depth review of the core Metro: Last Light experience, I suggest you check out our previous review. The game's been out a year now, and I don't want to retread old ground by repeating what's already been said. Instead I will be looking at what the Redux edition brings to the table, and how much of an improvement it is over the currently available version".