GamingExcellence writes: "Moscow's underground has an interesting history. When first constructed, it was built to withstand a nuclear blast and in fact, was designed to act as a massive bomb shelter for its citizens. In Metro 2033, a book by Dmitry Glukhovsky, that fate has been met. A best-seller in Russia and currently being translated into other languages (including English), developer 4A couldn't pass on the opportunity to make Metro 2033 the basis of a new horror-shooter. Published by THQ, Metro 2033 is set to release in North America this March, and we recently had an opportunity to go hands-on with a recent build."