Metro: Last Light

Metro: Last Light
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Metro: Last Light (2013)

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Metro: Last Light takes place in the year 2034, after the events of Metro 2033. Having secured the D6 missile silo and destroyed the Dark Ones with it, Artyom must now join forces with Khan and the other Rangers to defend D6 from being seized by other factions. The Fourth Reich, the Communists, and the Bandits all want D6 for themselves to take over post-apocalyptic Moscow.

Take control of Artyom as you carry out missions to defend D6. Along the way, you will have to kill hostile soldiers and deadly mutants that lie waiting for you in the darkness. Experience using a new range of weapons such as the bolt action rifle, single-shot pistol and hand powered chain gun as you take down your enemies. Bullets are scarce, so use them wisely. Survival will be tough in Metro: Last Light. Are you up for the fight?

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mixerfish 9 years 1 week ago

A piece of written art transformed into a great FPS.The game mechanics are just awesome. You can really sense the post apocalyptic enviroment on your skin while playing. The downside of this game is that it doesnt offer a choice of a gameplay like its predecessor Metro 2033. Bare in mind, you will need to complete both Metro 2033 and Metro: The Last Light in order to fully undestand what is going on. It is definitely worth playing.

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Bason91 9 years 2 weeks ago

Metro: Last Light is a brilliant follow-up to its predecessor Metro 2033. Moving away from the traditional run-and-gun FPS-es, Metro weaves masterfully both stealth and direct confrontations. This varying gameplay, backed by a disturbing underground world, where one could feel the metro rail lines being alive, Metro is sure to stay in your mind long after you have finished it.

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Dream3r 9 years 1 month ago

The gameplay is fair, it feels responsive and can be a good bit of fun. However the story and the impact you have on that story is underwhelming especially with how often it forces you to pay attention to that story. It has some interesting mechanics and is enjoyable, but I would put it under the list of "Steam Sale" games if you want to pick it up..

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Shogun 9 years 1 month ago

Its a perfect Combination of horror and shooting! Really love this game...

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