DHGF: while back, THQ took a big risk on an unknown property, Metro 2033, and published a game based on the Russian novel of the same name on the PC and Xbox 360 in the US. While the game received mostly positive press, it was largely not a good seller, and while the game could positively be compared to S.T.A.L.K.E.R., it wasn’t without its technical flaws and issues, unfortunately. The game was largely a winner, however, so much so that, personally, I can attest that it’s one of the few games I’ve completely cleared of all its Achievements, even in the Ranger Pack. As such, I was highly enthusiastic when I heard about the game receiving a sequel, dubbed Metro: Last Light, which I was hoping would be playable at E3. Alas, such was not the case, as there was only a video demo on display, but what the developers had to show was interesting enough that it’s only increasing my interest in playing the game more.