Metro: Last Light’s Ranger Survival Guide explains how not to be eaten by mutants

Metro: Last Light

By on April 10, 2013 at 11:35 am

The first part of the Metro: Last Light Ranger Survival Guide is here, and, naturally, it’s a good chance to watch some in-game action while a man with a fake Russian accent explains key areas of the world to you. That world is looking more and more impressively realised the more we see of it, so if the gameplay can hold up as well, 4A Games could be on to a winner.

Also! Look at that R18+ rating at the start, there. There were times when I thought we would genuinely never see the day.

Metro: Last Light is due out on May 16 in Australia.

4 comments (Leave your own)

will be one of a very short list of games i buy this year

might have to go back and replay 2033

 

Meh, much like the first game I’ll wait for a $5~ sale, sick of paying the usual $30-40 new release price for a 5-6 hour first person shooter.

That and the fact that I’m disgusted that they would hold a bare bones basic game feature (A Difficulty mode in this case) hostage via a ‘pre-order incentive’ to be sold sperately later on down the road. I mean… seriously wtf?

 

The first game was good, but looking at the video, I wonder how the weapons will feel. They look a little off, and in the last game they felt like they didn’t have much kick (looking at you auto shotgun and “bastard gun”).
I dunno, it doesn’t look the same, I’m waiting to see what the reviews say. I’ve been burnt too much before.

 

I love the russian setting of this game. Should 2033 first though

 
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