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Metro: Last Light

By on May 17, 2013 at 9:33 am

Metro: Last Light is the direct sequel to Metro 2033, and promises to fix all the complaints about the original while simultaneously looking drop-dead gorgeous and pushing your PC as far as it can go. Does it live up to the claims? Find out in our video review.

WARNING: Metro Last Light is rated R18+ in Australia. The following video contains scenes and language that are not suitable for viewers under 18.

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Metro: Last Light

By on April 25, 2013 at 1:35 pm

Metro: Last Light is not a game that thrives especially on its systemic gameplay elements — at least outside of ranger difficulty. Instead, the most interesting part of Metro remains the actual experience, the atmosphere, of being in a deadly, post-apocalyptic world that is struggling deep below the remains of Moscow. Patrick Lum goes hands-on to find out more.

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