Metro: Last Light - Still Fresh After 10 Years

4A Games' Metro: Last Light originally launched on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC 10 years ago today, and still holds up.

MrDead127d ago

I got bored of Hogwarts crazy quick and it's bugs, was looking for just any good game got the Metro trilogy for about £8.50 in a Steam sale played through 2033 Redux, Last Light Redux and now am on Exodus. The series is awesome, the first two are like more liner story driven FPS with a few options to confront the levels, stealth, no kill runs and guns blazing, depending on how you play effects the story and its outcome. Third game I'm playing now is heavy story driven (but optional if you don't want to listen you can just walk away... I don't know why you would though) with large open levels that take hours to explore and still some of the best use of RTX I've seen to date, can play this game on ultra with DLSS set to quality, raytracing set to ultra at 4K with no dips, played on Extreme setting and was getting a few drops around water and some interiors.

Cant recommend this series enough and as a new fan I can't wait to see the next game in 2024... I also got the audio books so looking forward to see how well the games follow the original books. A4 Games are extremely talented.

ravens52126d ago

Beat Redux and Last Light. Really good games. Haven't played Exodus yet, was thinking I'll get it for ps5 just havent yet. I will.


'Metro: Last Light' Is Now Free on Steam, But Only for a Week

4A Games celebrates the 10th anniversary of its first-person shooter by offering it free for a week.


The Most Evil Video Game Endings

BLG writes: "There are always some delightfully evil things to do in games, and today, we’re celebrating twenty of the best times developers acknowledged your bad decisions by immortalizing them with unique and often evil endings."

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CoNn3rB504d ago

I don't think they fully sidestep the ending of Dying Light the Following in Dying Light 2, I'm pretty sure the virus escapes Harran because of Kyle Crane and it's referenced a few times if I remember correctly but Dying Light 2 goes for the more indirect approach where it isn't explicitly stated but it's not a huge leap to come to this conclusion if you've played the previous game.


Video Game Franchises with the Most Imaginative Weapons

Some Video Game franchises have weapons that are imaginative, unconventional and downright bizarre. This is a good thing. Join us as we investigate nine of the best.

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SickSinceSix1081d ago

I'm surprised Ratchet & Clank wasn't on the list. Late Saint's Row games, with more imaginative weapons like the Shark gun and the armchair with guns would fit on a part two list as well

NomadsReviews1081d ago

I'm not familiar with Ratchet and Clank (not my sort of game) but I'll add it to the list for part two along with Saint's Row. Thanks for the suggestions :-)

phoenixwing1081d ago

look up resistance fall of man from insomniac as well. there were some interesting weapons for that too

P_Bomb1080d ago (Edited 1080d ago )

Resistance series 100%. Especially the secondary fires. Auger shields, Bullseye tags, Magnum detonator, Rossmore incindiary, then throw a Hedgehog for good measure. By the time I got to R3 they were onto Atomizers and Mutators. Armory speaks for itself.

FreeckyCake1081d ago

Does the unicorn weapon from Red Faction: Armageddon counts?

gleepot1080d ago

Cerebral Bore from Turok 2. Farsight from Perfect Dark.

NomadsReviews1080d ago

Thank you to everyone for your excellent suggestions. They have all been added to the list for part two which should be published by the end of the month :-)