In 2013 the world was devastated by an apocalyptic event, annihilating almost all mankind and turning the Earth's surface into a poisonous wasteland. A handful of survivors took refuge in the depths of the Moscow underground, and human civilization entered a new Dark Age. The year is 2033.
Release Date: Aug 25, 2014

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September 12

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About This Game

In 2013 the world was devastated by an apocalyptic event, annihilating almost all mankind and turning the Earth's surface into a poisonous wasteland. A handful of survivors took refuge in the depths of the Moscow underground, and human civilization entered a new Dark Age.

The year is 2033. An entire generation has been born and raised underground, and their besieged Metro Station-Cities struggle for survival, with each other, and the mutant horrors that await outside. You are Artyom, born in the last days before the fire, but raised underground. Having never ventured beyond the city limits, one fateful event sparks a desperate mission to the heart of the Metro system, to warn the remnants of mankind of a terrible impending threat.

Your journey takes you from the forgotten catacombs beneath the subway to the desolate wastelands above, where your actions will determine the fate of mankind. But what if the real threat comes from within?

Product Overview


Metro 2033 Redux is the definitive version of the cult classic ‘Metro 2033’, rebuilt in the latest and greatest iteration of the 4A Engine for Next Gen. Fans of the original game will find the unique world of Metro transformed with incredible lighting, physics and dynamic weather effects. Newcomers will get the chance to experience one of the finest story-driven shooters of all time; an epic adventure combining gripping survival horror, exploration and tactical combat and stealth.

All the gameplay improvements and features from the acclaimed sequel ‘Metro: Last Light’ have been transferred to Metro 2033 Redux – superior AI, controls, animation, weapon handling and many more – to create a thrilling experience for newcomers and veterans alike. With two unique play-styles, and the legendary Ranger Mode included, Metro 2033 Redux offers hours of AAA gameplay for an incredible price.

Game Features


    • Immerse yourself in the Moscow Metro - witness one of the most atmospheric worlds in gaming brought to life with stunning next-gen visuals at 60FPS Brave the horrors of the Russian apocalypse - equip your gasmask and an arsenal of hand-made weaponry as you face the threat of deadly mutants, human foes, and the terrifying environment itself

    • Rebuilt and Remastered for next-gen - this is no mere "HD port." Metro 2033 has been rebuilt in the vastly improved Last Light engine and gameplay framework, to create the definitive version of the cult classic that fans and newcomers alike can enjoy

    • Two unique Play Styles : "Spartan" and "Survival" - approach the game as a slow-burn Survival Horror, or tackle it with the combat skills of a Spartan Ranger in these two unique modes

    • The legendary Ranger Mode returns - dare you play the fearsome Ranger Mode? No HUD, UI, deadlier combat and limited resources combine to create the ultimate immersive experience

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7 or 8 (64-bit only)
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU (2.2+ GHz Dual Core CPU or better)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10, Shader Model 4 compliant graphics cards (GeForce 8800 GT 512 MB, GeForce GTS 250, etc)
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: 64-bit only
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or 8 (64-bit only)
    • Processor: Any Quad Core or 3.0+ GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 11 compliant graphics card (GeForce GTX 480 and above)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: 64-bit only
Helpful customer reviews
64 of 86 people (74%) found this review helpful
6.0 hrs on record
fed the poor, helped the sick, didn't kill anyone, talked to very wise russian man, and relayed the message to tell polis they're wonderful people.


Still got the bad ending 10/10
Posted: September 27
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35 of 40 people (88%) found this review helpful
30.0 hrs on record
What can I say about this game! It’s just awesome in every way. If you have played the original and loved it before, then you are going to love this Redux edition even more. I decided to jump straight in and play Hardcore Survival Mode, and boy did I enjoy it. The story is really good and gameplay is great. In survival mode it is every bullet and gas mask counts. Because of this you tend to explore that little more for loot and find some wicked little areas with goodies and graphically good looking atmospheric environments. The sound just makes it all the more real feel.

Best played in the dark with no lights on, and a nice ice cold beer to the side of you! :-)

Since finishing it I just want to crack on and play it again before delving into Last Light Redux. Second replay value is great!

I really recommend you invest and have a bash.

9.5/10 Awesome!
Posted: October 3
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25 of 27 people (93%) found this review helpful
14.1 hrs on record
Metro 2033 was definitely showing its age by the time the redux came out. I don't have the original on steam, just on console. It most likely looks much better on pc.

The Redux isn't just another "HD Retexture" of 2033; it is a complete rebuild of it on the Metro:LL engine. The enhancements made are obvious when you first boot up the game, but I'll do my best to break it down.

Graphics:

Compared to the orignal's graphics, this is a no contest. The skyboxes are better, the lighting is better, and the textures are better. I think there were a few textures that looked a bit low resolution, but it wasn't a bother. Overall, they more than hold their own against other recent games. 8.5/10

Sound:

The sounds in Metro Redux are excellent. Everything from ambient noise to the combat sounds were spot on. The ambient noise constantly kept me on edge, and did a great job in adding to the immersion. Personally, I think this is the strongest aspect of the game. 10/10

Story:

To avoid giving away spoilers, I'm going to keep this brief. It doesn't exactly follow the book, but it is still good, and believable in the context of the game. 8.5/10

AI:

Probably the worst part of the game. The AI is pretty bad, especially the friendly AI. It will not see enemies even when they are right in front of it, The enemy AI is also disappointing. It seems to ignore obvious signs of the player's presence, and has poor detection capabilities. Once combat starts, it still appears to have trouble finding good ways to engage the player. It blindly runs out of cover, straight into your line of fire, or ends up getting stuck in a neat single-file line as it approaches from a distance. However, it does have its moments, and can put up a serious challenge, especially at higher difficulties. 6.5/10

Overall, this game is solid, and well worth the money. If you enjoyed the original, I think you will enjoy this.
Posted: September 29
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26 of 29 people (90%) found this review helpful
36.2 hrs on record
I played through the original Metro 2033 back in August of 2014 and I absolutely loved it. However, I personally purchased Metro 2033 Redux for some easy achievements and (as of now) an extremely rare badge. That's not to say that I didn't enjoy what I experienced, but I feel there's a lot to praise and criticize 4A Games on with this product.

Let's start off the major additions to Metro 2033 Redux mentioned in trailers, shall we?

● The ability to wipe your mask. Just as in Metro: Last Light, you can now wipe your mask as many times as you like! Don't forget to wipe it 20 times when you first start the game for an easy achievement!

● Plenty of new locations to discover in each chapter. These locations consist of military grade ammunition, dirary pages, and keys to safes that contain a considerable amount of resources.

● Arytom's Diary pages to find and collect. You're probably thinking "Oh great, more things to collect!" but if you're anything like me, you like to learn everything you can about the products you purchase.

● Enhanced weather, lighting and ecosystem. This time around Metro 2033 Redux is much brighter, has creatures as in Metro: Last Light and throughout the game has changes in weather. The creatures consist of spiders, baby shrimp and what I believe to be mutated birds.



Features of Metro 2033 Redux worth praising:

● The ability to approach a combat situation in multiple ways. Sneaking, knock out kills, use of silencers, and using the darkness to sneak up on enemies. It may seem silly and common knowledge but many games in the current gaming industry fail to deliver anything more than just a watered down run and gun experience.

● The A.I. combat subroutines are irritating yet innovative. If you're approaching a combat situation guns blazing be prepard for some jumpy, trigger happy enemies.

● The kills saving system. In the original Metro 2033 kills were only saved in a consecutive playthrough. This time around, you can reload checkpoints to accumulate kills for revolvers, shotguns, assault rifles, pneumatic weapons, etc.

● No unsynced voice and facial animations. Although a little wonky, the facial animations and voice are never unsynced from start to finish. That's certainly saying something considering the majority of the games created today have the issue with unsynced facial animations.

● No 'in-game' store. The majority of developers feel the need to put a direct link to their game's downloadable content within the game itself. This angers some consumers while ruining the immersion they're trying to create.



Aspects of Metro 2033 Redux worth criticizing:

● The so called "seamless" transition between chapters always isn't as smooth as they've lead you to believe. As I played through 2033 Redux I recall 4A Games tying at least 3 chapters together. In the chapter Driving to Sparta the screen goes black at one point and you're teleported to the above ground ranger base.

● The retexturing of the majority of NPCs within the game. While they may have retextured many of the non-player characters within the game, that certianly does not mean they did it for the better. In some cases, the animations look signifigantly worse than the original Metro 2033. Personally, I would rather have a higher resolution, more detailed NPC than a completely different version of one.

● Non-existant NPC eye tracking. I never realized how important eye tracking was before I played the Metro series. All of the NPCs in Metro 2033 Redux feel as if they're staring off into space, unaware of their surroundings or the player.

● Copy and paste menus and user interface. The menu and user interface of Metro 2033 Redux is the exact menu and user interface that Metro: Last Light used back in 2013.

Poor digital rights management decision!

Unfortunately, this product can only be used while connected to a network. These type of business decisions only affect the users who have legally purchased this product. If people have interest in pirating this product, they're going to find a way around this restriction.


Overall, I enjoyed this game and would recommend it if the price is right.
Posted: October 19
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33 of 45 people (73%) found this review helpful
7.4 hrs on record
I figured with the Redux version that 4A games would bring us the game that they wanted to originally put out along with all of the enhancements, lessons learned over the years and new features their engine could bring to the table. Boy, this was not what I was expecting...

It’s surprising how many bugs still made it through to release. I encountered my fair share and also read about the others encountered on the forums. For example, in the original Metro 2033, the “Trolley Combat” level had a game-breaking bug where the scripted sequence could get completely broken. This required you to restart the level as you couldn’t progress forward anymore. Now, take the Redux version in the same level. There is a bug where if you entered the previous scripted sequence before the level with your night vision goggles on, the game will force them on before you enter the cart, making it nigh-impossible to kill enemies. Only solution to fixing this? Restarting the entire previous level all over and making certain to not put the night vision goggles on before the scripted sequence that causes the bug. I am baffled how these bugs (among others, as the same script-breaking bug apparently exists in Trolley Combat. Nice.) made it to release. Especially when it involves the same level that was reported to be very buggy the first go around.

Sure, I’ll give them some credit. The graphical atmosphere is improved with more special effects and post-apocalyptic textures compared to the original. That’s pretty easy to see from the original with entire rooms made to look more decrepit and affected by the nuclear fallout. Texture texture quality is also significantly better than before. Facial animations don’t look so odd and dated either, though at times the characters look...look like they were transplanted poorly into new bodies. The Physics engine is also better and far less sensitive compared to its predecessor. UI also looks more modern and up-to-date though it gives less information than the previous game did. Not sure how they managed to pull that off.

I do disagree with their assertion that the lighting system, AI and weapon handling is better. Mutants feel far more bullet-spongy (even at Ranger difficulty levels) and there’s been some reports that hit-boxes aren’t as good as they used to be. I noticed how headshots at point blank range with a shotgun wouldn't kill the easier mutants. How it handles secondary weapons is a 180 in the wrong direction. Instead of your grenades, knives and other related weapons being easily accessible from keys 6-9, they stow them all away in a single key that is changed by holding tab and moving your mouse in the direction of the weapon you want to use. What. The. Heck. Doing this during combat is overly difficult. This is a consolitis change and I absolutely hate it. Additionally, the AI seems extremely random and unfocused in its thinking. I’ll have some attempts at the level where the AI will completely ignore me and go for the other NPCs around me. Other attempts will result in the entire horde of mutants zerging and overwhelming me. It feels extremely schizophrenic and if this is truly Last Light’s AI engine, I’m not looking forward to playing the sequel.

The stealth system is probably the worst change of the bunch. Instead of having a nuanced three-level stealth system, that at least gives you a chance to recover from almost being seen, it throws it all out for a binary in-stealth and no-stealth system. One little touch of light on you and you will be immediately spotted by the AI. Due to this, it seems like they had to dumb down the AI so that even if a human guard is five inches from your face, they won’t see you so long as you’re in the dark. It’s hilarious and sad at the same time.

This remake/redux is an avoid. If you want to experience the best of Metro 2033, the original is the better way to go. The graphics are better, sure, I can agree to that and the optimization is much better than the original. I can definitely agree with that assertion. But the downgraded stealth system, same amount (if not possibly more?) of bugs, less enjoyable combat and quirkyness caused by the port to the new engine doesn’t make it worth it. There are a other changes that I didn't talk about that don't fit well or bring the game down. I was willing to overlook some of these problems until I ran into the game crashing bugs. At which point, I figured I was better off investing my time into finishing the original rather than dealing with this port that could have used a few more rounds of QA and playtesting.
Posted: October 9
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10 of 13 people (77%) found this review helpful
8.4 hrs on record
Metro 2033 Redux is a post-apocalyptic fps that puts alot of emphasis on survival. With ammunition, grenades, medical items, and gasmask filters coming in a somewhat limited supply. The currency of the game is a certain type of bullets, "Military Grade Rounds", that are more powerful than the "Makeshift Counterparts" but using these is basically "shooting money" so the player should be wary when using them.

When it comes to gameplay, Metro 2033 Redux, has a fantastic stealth and detection system combining both sound and vision. The player can turn off, or shoot out, lights and can crouch for added stealth.

From the famous AK-47 to throwing knives, Metro offers a wide assortment of weapons and hefty
customization. It lets the player choose what best suits their needs from supressors and weapon stocks to laser sights and scopes. There are several different weapon types to choose from aswell, including assault rifles, revolvers, shotguns, and many more.

When playing the game and walking around in the tunnels you get this empty feeling, and that really improves the gameplay. But one thing, that I thought was outstanding, was that when you for the first time exit the tunnels and lay eyes upon Moscow, this massive, desolate city. It's a breathtaking view.

The games story is absolutely fantastic and it sucks you right in. Metro 2033 Redux is a game worth playing and is truly an excellent game.
Posted: September 26
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
11.1 hrs on record
I just finished Metro 2033 Redux a while ago, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. One of the best things is that the game is COMPLETELY in a first person perspective, including the cutscenes. Reminded me of Bioshock Infinite a bit in that respect. You are fully immersed in your world. Except for the ending though..for some reason they chose to do a zoomed out pre-rendered cutscene there.

I played on Survival mode (normal difficulty) and the challenge was decent. At one or two points in the game, it wasn't clear to me what to do (probably wasn't paying attention to the dialogues), but I like the no-hand-holding thing. At the last level as well, I ended up running out of filters (pretty sure I scoured all around for supplies and hit the limit many times) so that kinda took away from the experience a bit.

But otherwise, the story was good. Decent enemy variation. Stealth is possible against humans as well (game doesn't explicitly tell you this IIRC). Just make sure you crouch all the time and turn off your flashlight!

Combat was great as well. The weapon handling felt really good. I found a quad-barrel shotgun and that was massive. Killed all Watchmen in a single shot!

Atmosphere was realistic and well done. Performance was great as well on my humble GTX 750 (with medium settings).

It's hard for me to find fault with the game. I went in with little expectation, but then again I also don't play much FPS games. This is definitely better gameplay wise than Bioshock Infinite and Spec Ops: The Line though.
Posted: September 25
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
I played and adored the original, and I'm sure that I would fall in love all over again with this... if I could only play it. The damn thing won't even boot up. Seriously, the forumns for this game are full of people with technical issues, and no one has heard a peep from Deep Silver. That sure burns my bacon. Anyway, I would probably definately reccomend this game, if only I could play it. Let me in Metro, I want to be part of your life.
Posted: October 23
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.7 hrs on record
Great single player fps.
Posted: October 11
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
31.9 hrs on record
This game is fantastic, the storyline and atomshere draw you in, and if you are a completest, there are many hidden things and two endings, 8/10.
Posted: October 11
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
I'm genuinely surprised by the generally positive reviews. The "Redux" release improves the graphics and makes the storyline more coherent, but other egregious flaws have been left unfixed.

- No UI for inventory management in Ranger Hardcore mode. Although this mode is supposed to provide a minimal HUD, instead it provides practically no HUD at all, not even for basic inventory management. Something as simple as switching secondary weapons becomes a ridiculous chore.

- In a step back from the original release, you can't load and fire military-grade ammo. Or, if there is a way to do this, it's not apparent from the interface.

- Not enough new content. If you played and finished the original 2033 and Last Light, there is scant reason to buy this.

Basically, this feels like a soulless cash grab.
Posted: September 28
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
17.8 hrs on record
If you haven’t played the original Metro 2033 then you will probably enjoy this Redux. However anyone who’s played the original will be disappointed in this Redux. The Redux incorporates all the bad parts of Last Light and turns this into a more linear shooter game that the original.

First of all, as pointed out by others, the lighting system is different. The original colouring was mostly in brown tones and bathed in a soft yellow light which is what one would expect in tunnels where the artificial light sources are mainly incandescent and gas lights which tend to produce a strong yellow caste. This yellow caste created a sombre mood and helped to provide a more intimate relationship between Artyom and his environment. Redux uses Last Light’s colouring scheme which creates an unnatural “blue” light as if the tunnels were bathed, not in incandescent lights, but harsh LED lights. This blue caste looks unnatural and unconvincing and makes everything appear slightly brighter and therefore lessens the mood established in the original. Also, similar to Last Light, is an over sharpening of all detail which tends to “delineate” everything making objects seem less natural.

The gameplay was too similar to Last Light’s gameplay, and to me, Last Light played more like Call of Duty game than a Metro 2033 game. If anybody thought that the original Metro 2033 was too linear then the Redux is even worse. You will notice this most when you are topside on the surface. The Winged Demons play a much bigger role in the Redux and are constantly swooping overhead. They are used to keep you on very short leash meaning you have to get from point A to point B quickly and I found that I couldn’t really explore the surface as much as I wanted to because of them. It seemed to me that there was less exploring and stealth encouraged in this game and more fighting like Last Light (I played in Survival mode which was suppose to play like the original Metro 2033 so that was a surprise).

The character models are redone and they seem to have more of the plastic, mannequin look that the characters had in Last Light. The Khan character is the Last Light version (the goofy Pirates of the Caribbean wannabe) not the original designed character. Unfortunate, the superb, original voice for Artyom has been replaced with the same crappy, read directly from the script, Last Light version. The Nosalises are the same hairy ones from Last Light and they always looked goofy to me. Also making an appearance in the Redux are the sonic emitting Winged Nosalis from Last Light.

On the plus side the Redux is not entirely a scene for scene remake, there are minor differences and you will be exploring a few expanded areas. Many of the original areas are slightly redone (landscape slightly different and rooms and buildings slight different) usually incorporating more detail or a redesign from the original. So even if you recall the original quite well there will be some variation here and there.

Is the redux worth the purchase? Because I owned the original I was able to pre-order the Redux at half price, so it was worth it. If you never played the original the Redux is worth the full price. There’s a lot of gameplay for your money and the graphics are top notch. Besides nobody creates apocalyptic games like the Ukrainians (i.e. Metro 2033, Last Light and the S.T.A.K.L.E.R. series).
Posted: October 7
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25 of 47 people (53%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Like Skyrim with Russia
Posted: September 30
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
I've actually not been able to play this once since it was released. I'm one of the many who get a black screen then back to windows with no error message.
Yes, I've tried everything suggested in the technical issues thread and have contacted deep silver with no success :(
Posted: October 24
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
35.9 hrs on record
Metro 2033 Redux takes everything great about the original game and turns it up to 11. It's one of my favorite FPS stories ever. If you've played the original and loved it, you owe it to yourself to play the Redux version. If you haven't played the original, what the hell is wrong with you? Go play it...now...I'll wait on you..........see, wasn't that worth it?

If you love FPS games with a story, this game is for you. It has a nice mix between action/horror/stealth and you can play many levels in various ways to better fit your play style. Wanna run and gun? You can. Wanna sneak your way through? You can do that in some levels too. Wanna streak through naked? Well, no, you can't do that, but seriously, the ability to play through several levels however you want is a welcome change, even if you can't stealth your way through the entire game (that or my stealthiness sucks).

Pros
  • Great graphics (improved on the already beautiful original).
  • Great gameplay (again improved).
  • Great story.
  • The ability to upgrade weapons.
  • Some voices seem to have been redone...most are improvements, some...not so much.
  • The ability to knock out guards.
  • The dedicated melee button instead of having to select your knife, which was tedious in the middle of a fight.
  • Did I mention they made an already gorgeous game even more so?
  • A shining example of how you do a remake.

Cons
  • A few of the voices I've noticed have been redone...specifically, the voices of children seem...umm, not so childlike compared to the original.
  • A few bugs I ran into that required several reloads. All were crashes to desktop and all were eventually playable without anything more than restarting several times.
  • Manning the turrets with a controller during the on-rails section is a bit convoluted. Instead of using one stick to aim, you must use one stick to aim left/right, the other stick aims up/down. It felt nowhere near intuitive to me and should've been mapped to one stick.
  • Having to sit through the opening legal screens each time you start a game.

Seriously, WTF?
  • How come once I break stealth, I can't hide again very easy? Seems that once I'm spotted, I have a large neon "shoot me" sign flashing over my head.
  • Not to beat a dead horse, but seriously, what kind of hormone treatment do the kids get? They sound like they're on some HGH or such.
  • Where the hell does Artyom put that guidance system? I mean, obviously his pockets are full since you have limited ammo you can carry...so I'm scared to know the answer to how this thing is carried about...
Posted: September 27
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
I do love Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light, However I cannot recommend the redux. I have a pretty solid PC (GTX 670 w/ 16GB RAM, and i7-4770) and putting on 2x AA made this game drop easily to 30-20 fps. I have my drivers updated and everything. This game is basically meant for those with High End PCs (Yes, I mean EXTREMELY high end). There is nothing different with the story or anything besides the voice change (Which I believe the original Artyom voice was so much better than this one and Last Light's) and everything that is basically listed in the product details. If you soley want this for Tessilation and just to be "up to date/next gen" be my guest, but you're better off saving money and headaches with the original versions of the game.
Posted: September 25
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
17.8 hrs on record
Well deserved remake of a great game. It completes what you lack experiencing in the original Metro 2033.
Posted: October 9
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
8.2 hrs on record
Well metro last light is completed second time i have played through both games have to say its the best series of games every made amzing story and grapics now im just going to sit here and wait for 4A to make the next metro, I whould recomend this game to anyone scary at some points and not at others its got a bit of everything in it dont think about getting this game just buy it worth every penny 500/10.
Posted: October 7
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.9 hrs on record
Held out buying Metro due to peoples complaints about how it ran on different systems and I'm glad I did. Not having played any of the Metro series, I feel my opinion is un-biased and just my point of view. Playing on a 2 yo MSI GT60 laptop, I was mildly concerened about how it performed, even though I can play most games almost maxed at 1080P. Let me say, it runs and looks beautiful. Very impresed with the visuals, on par or better than any current game and it runs smooth as butter. I hae only played about 15 minutes and had to write this to show how impressed I was. Buy it.
Posted: October 15
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.7 hrs on record
Was really afriad to buy this remake but thank god i did runs better, better effects and still keeps the origianl storyline and adds a lot to make this worht the buy
Posted: October 1
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