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Metro: Last Light won't be dumbed down, will be improved
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 16:58

From ArsTechnica:

Metro 2033 remains one of my favorite games from last year, and I'm not alone in my enthusiasm for the title: the game's cult following is dedicated and large. The sense of dread and despair that spreads throughout the game, along with the supernatural touches that give the world such a surreal feeling, made this an interesting entry into the world of first-person shooters. It's not rare to play a game where the combat feels dangerous, but it's rare to play a game where you can kill your enemy and still die due to a broken gas mask.

That said, as THQ's Huw Beynon told the press at a preview event in Los Angeles, it was a flawed masterpiece. The shooting itself was frustratingly inconsistent, and the weapons felt more like rubber-band guns than anything that could harm another person or beast. The sequel to the game is now officially called Metro: Last Light, and it looks like many of these flaws will be fixed.



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