THQ Giving Metro 2034 Big Push to 'Compete with Call of Dutys'

Those of you who loved 4A Games' atmospheric shooter Metro 2033 can breathe a sigh of relief. The sequel, Metro 2034, is still on THQ's radar and the publisher is working to make sure it's even better than its predecessor. The Ukraine-based developer worked hard to infuse the adaptation of Dmitry Glukhovsky's novel with a believable world and characters, and THQ took note of their craft.

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donniebaseball2777d ago

Yeah, good luck THQ if you think you can challenge CoD

guigsy2776d ago

I think what they're trying to say is that it's going to get more of a push on both the development and marketing sides. 2033 was one of my favorite games of 2010 despite the iffy shooting mechanics and AI, the atmosphere alone pulled me in.

Thrillhouse2777d ago (Edited 2777d ago )

In case people only read the title, they're not talking about multiplayer or fanbase. They just mean refining their shooting mechanics.

"It's an original Russian franchise. We don't want to mess with it and Americanize it." Sounds like they have the right idea to me.

sp1deynut2776d ago can't expect people on N4G to actually "read" anything before commenting. :o

BTW, Metro 2033 was severely underrated...largely because it had no MP whatsoever. Like Half-Life and Condemned: CO, it was refreshing to play a creepy FPS that actually had a story, great set pieces, and gameplay variety, without MP taking away from the experience.

MarcusFenixITA2776d ago

Willkommen im Club mit Atze Bruder Rucksack!

AdventShadow012776d ago

Why the hell is everyone so obsessed with call of duty? Wtf?

dragonyght2776d ago

now im getting tired of this shit why every game now feel the need to compete with call of duty the only thing that will came out this is being label cod clone

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