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‘Metro: Last Light’ Review

Although first-person shooters stand as the most popular and highest-grossing games of our current generation, simply shipping a machismo romp through grunt-filled corridors will rarely guarantee success. That style of development might work when coupled with a Call of Duty-advertising budget, but 4A Games’ Metro series makes use of a dissimilar tactic to find commercial […]Read More


‘Metro: Last Light’ has gone gold

Announced on the official Twitter account for Metro: Last Light, the sequel to 2010’s Metro 2033 has gone gold, meaning it is ready to ship. Metro: Last Light was originally announced at E3 2011 and was shown on the Wii U montage-reel. Since then developer 4A Games has said that it will not be developing […]Read More


PAX East: ‘Metro: Last Light’ interview

A simple floor demo may make 4A Games’ Metro: Last Light look like an ordinary shooter, but it’s the game’s atmosphere and narrative that really set it apart. The franchise’s new publisher, Deep Silver, gave us a look at the game during PAX East and took time out of its busy schedule to elaborate on […]Read More