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Guardian: Metro 2033 Review

Based faithfully on the online series/novel/interactive experiment by Dmitry Glukhovsky, Metro 2033 makes you Artyom, born and raised underground in the Moscow metro following the nuclear holocaust of 2013.

Blimey, but life is hard. Perpetual torch-punctured darkness, a punishing journey to be undertaken to save your home "station" from destruction, ravening hordes of irradiated mutants threatening (and delivering) extravagant violence. It's the micro-management that makes the game into an everyday hell.

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