The post-apocalyptic game's state of nature

Bitmob - The urban wasteland of Moscow harbors a hidden reflection of humanity.

But Metro 2033 protagonist Artyom doesn't have time for philosophical ruminations. He's got his hands full dodging the dangers found beneath the irradiated streets of a city that once housed over 11 million people. His explorations intertwine with other encountered survivors struggling to see another full turn of the clock.

Yet Artyom's journey also signifies a pivotal ethical concept latent in most post-apocalyptic games: the condition of mankind devoid of society's structured security.

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NagaSotuva2609d ago

I would probably go insane if I had to scavenge for food and constantly kill cannibals or mutants to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. I'm just glad there isn't a game adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road.

Tolkoto2608d ago

Fatties like me are the first to go.