세상의 종말이 일어난 다음의 모스크바 지하철에서 일어나는 Metro 2033. 인류의 운명은 당신의 손에 달려있고, 치열한 지하에서 생존해야 하는 게임입니다. 2013년, 세계는 마지막 전쟁에 의하여 황폐화됩니다. 대부분의 인류가 전멸하고 지구의 표면은 유독한 황무지로 변합니다. 소수의 생존자들은 모스크바의 지하 깊은 곳에 피난하였지만, 인간의 문명은 암흑기에 접어들게 됩니다. 때는 2033년. 전세대가 지하에서 태어나서 길러지고, 생존을 위해 고립된 메트로 역 투쟁을 벌이며, 지상에서 그들을 기다리고 있는 것은 돌연변이의 공포입니다. 당신은 세상의 종말 전에 태어났지만 지하에서 자란 아르티옴입니다.
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게임에 대해

세상의 종말이 일어난 다음의 모스크바 지하철에서 일어나는 Metro 2033. 인류의 운명은 당신의 손에 달려있고, 치열한 지하에서 생존해야 하는 게임입니다.
2013년, 세계는 마지막 전쟁에 의하여 황폐화됩니다. 대부분의 인류가 전멸하고 지구의 표면은 유독한 황무지로 변합니다. 소수의 생존자들은 모스크바의 지하 깊은 곳에 피난하였지만, 인간의 문명은 암흑기에 접어들게 됩니다.
때는 2033년. 전세대가 지하에서 태어나서 길러지고, 생존을 위해 고립된 메트로 역 투쟁을 벌이며, 지상에서 그들을 기다리고 있는 것은 돌연변이의 공포입니다.
당신은 세상의 종말 전에 태어났지만 지하에서 자란 아르티옴입니다. 남은 인류에게 곧 닥칠 무시무시한 위협을 경고하기 위해 위험을 무릅쓰고 메트로 역 범위를 넘어 겪어본 적 없는 모험을 떠나, 메트로 시스템의 심장에 관한 필사적인 임무에 스파크를 가하는 운명적인 이벤트를 경험해보십시오. 당신은 메트로 깊은 곳의 잊혀진 지하 묘지부터, 지상의 적막한 황무지까지 여행하게 됩니다. 당신의 행동이 인류의 운명을 결정합니다.
  • Metro 2033은 최첨단 기술에 의해 구동되어 눈을 뗄 수 없는 1인칭 슈팅 체험을 안겨줍니다. 하이엔드 게이밍 PC를 위한 완벽한 DX10 및 NVIDIA 피직스 지원을 특징으로 놀라운 영상을 제공합니다.
  • 망가진 사회의 끊임없는 두려움 속에 일상적인 공포를 목격해보십시오.
  • 돌연변이들이 먹이를 사냥하고 유령의 영혼들이 도사리는 터널의 어둠에 도전해보십시오.
  • 방사선에 물든 세계와 지상을 배회하는 괴물들로부터 당신을 지켜줄 방독면과 총에 의지하여 적막한 도시를 탐험해보십시오.
  • 긴장을 풀고 당신을 기다리는 공포에 대면할 준비를 하십시오.

시스템 요구 사항

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, or 7
    • Processor: Dual core CPU (any Core 2 Duo or better)
    • Memory: 1GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9, Shader Model 3 compliant graphics cards (GeForce 8800, GeForce GT220 and above)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    Enabling 3D Vision:
    Metro 2033 utilizes NVIDIA 3D Vision with compatible cards and hardware. To play Metro 2033 in 3D you will require:
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275 and above recommended
    • A 120Hz (or above) monitor
    • NVIDIA 3D Vision kit Microsoft Windows Vista or Windows 7
    Recommended:
    • Processor: Any Quad Core or 3.0+ GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compliant graphics card (GeForce GTX 260 and above)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 10 or higher
    Optimum Requirements:
    • Processor: Core i7 CPU
    • Memory: 8GB RAM or higher
    • Graphics: NVIDIA DirectX 11 compliant graphics card (GeForce GTX 480 and 470)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 11
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2.4 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 8일
소설로 읽었을때보다 뭔가 더 실감이 나는거 같다다만 주인공인 나만 공격하는게 좀 그럼마치 니드포에서 경찰들이 나만 막는거와 같다고할까어쨋든재밌게 플레이 할만한 겜이다
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8.0 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 10일
시발;; 헤드셋 착용하고 하면 졸무섭다;;; 타격감은 찰지다 ㅋㅋ
하지만 무섭다는거 챕터4 미션 존나 어려워뒤진다 ㅋㅋㅋ
하지만 재밌다는거 (무섭다는거)
존나무슨 귀신.괴물.악당 다 나와 ♥♥♥♥♥♥;;
존나 무기종류도 다양해서 할만하드라

강추한다 ㅎㅎ (무섭다는거) 극혐;;
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8.9 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 21일
책을 읽고 난 뒤에 하면 몇만배는 재밌을 것이다. 지하철속에서 살아가는 사람들의 모습이 정말 잘 묘사 된 것 같았고 사서를 볼 수 있어서 좋았다.
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17.7 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 10일
Best $0.00 I ever spent.
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2.7 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 8일
>Playing on Ranger difficulty
>Ten bullets left.
>Over 10 monsters appear
>Miss all ten shots. Freaked out
>Started melee with the knife, screaming in terror
>Killed them all with the last grasp of health
>Started to relax as I walk to the next room
>Forgot to put on the mask and died of radiation

And I thought Far Cry 3 was intense and inmersive...

10/10

Now I know how life in my homeland is like. (My family was russian)
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7.3 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 10월 23일
A first person shooter, with a element of horror and a well written story which keeps you interested till the end. Even as I was playing the game for the story on Normal difficulty it gave enough challenge to not get bored to the gameplay. Very different challenges during the Campaign to not get repetitive.

If you like to play a game for the story, I recommend it.
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0.5 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 3일
Its like politics, they keep talking and you dont understand anything.

11/10 Because government told me to do it.
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45.2 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 10월 30일
Metro 2033 is a beautiful example of what a First Person Shooter can achieve when the development team isn’t required to tack on some half baked, crappy multiplayer.
The story of Metro and the world built around it is wonderful and unbelievably engaging. The guns are believable but also desperate feeling, the sound design is top notch, and when playing with all Russian language on Ranger Hardcore mode the immersion level surpasses anything I had experienced before in a video game.
Generally I recommend playing sequels when the original is beginning to age, but Metro 2033 is by no means out of date. Visually and mechanically it still holds up to this day and in many respects it surpasses most of the “Triple A” titles being released present day.
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15.2 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 10월 23일
Oh, hello there STALK---whoops, sorry, wrong game. What is it with Ukrainian developers that can make post-nuclear-apocalyptic games so compelling? In any case, here’s my review of Metro 2033. I love to hate to love this game. It was a difficulty journey to survive in the horror-filled Metro. So, let's talk about Metro 2033 (Original).

Metro 2033 has taken me over two years to complete it. I originally started it back in 2012 but after running into a majorly frustrating section (read: I died a lot), I put the game back on the shelf, to be played at a later date. Well, with the release of Metro 2033 Redux, I took a new interest in the series and tried tackling the Redux edition. See this review: http://steamcommunity.com/id/KingIsaacLinksr/recommended/286690/ for my very unhappy thoughts towards it. But I couldn’t let my journey in the Metro come to an end a second time like that. I refused to be stopped by some game breaking bug. So, I reinstalled Metro 2033 and picked up where I had left off in the redux edition.

Compared to the redux edition, this game is filled with in-game cutscenes which often take the control out of your hands to a jarring degree. Compared to Redux, I feel like this stealth system is a lot better. Maybe its because the game was designed from the ground up with it in mind rather than slapped together. I much prefer having a gradient of whether you’ll be spotted rather than YES/NO stealth system of the later entries in the Metro series. That said, 2033’s stealth sections biggest annoyances is how spread out the save spots are. A death at an inopportune time right before the next save section can set you back a long way. Other thing I feel is superior in the original is the combat. In ranger mode, bullets feel sufficiently lethal. One shot to the head will take pretty much everything out. Hitboxes feel realistic as well. You hit armor and the bullet won't be lethal. It avoids having bullet-spongy enemies in the Ranger mode, moreso than the redux edition's ranger mode. I find that this game strikes the right balance with its combat. Except with the enemies near the end. Whoever designed those anemones is…..well, let’s just say they are an unexpected difficulty spike.

The survival aspect is rather challenging. You can easily get to a chapter of the game where you're up in the surface of the world and run completely out of air filters. Or bullets. Or everything. This could be game-ending as the pace of the scripted sequences doesn't let you rush through everything as you desperately try to find new air filters. I'm not really sure what to think of it because it does feel cheap at times with how quickly you can go through air filters. I'm conflicted on this part of the game mechanics...

The graphics settings menu is reasonable but more fine-tuned control would have been appreciated. You can tweak resolution, AA, AF and which version of DirectX you use. It comes with a quality slider to change the rest of the settings. (Grrr, death to quality sliders). This game is a monster on older cards, so unless you have something within the last couple of years, set it to DX9 and lower the quality. Additionally, if you want to change the FOV (because its set to a small 60ish FOV), you’ll need to get into the config files. The maximum you’ll be able to do is 90-100 without breaking the game. It’s a pretty game but I found optimization to be lacking in many places, especially when there’s a lot of enemies on the screen coming to rip a new hole in your head. You’ll want to take a look at the PCGamingWiki article to be sure you’re ok with the options given to you. http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Metro_2033

Metro 2033 is a railroaded FPS game that doesn’t give you a lot of room to experiment or change your journey. A lot of the time, it feels like an incredibly fancy rollercoaster ride with guns. There are some sections I feel were specifically designed to show off to the player. What I find most odd about the story is that you’ll get loading screens with Artyom, the main character, talking to the player but he’ll be silent with any interactions with NPCs. I don’t know why they don’t just have him talk to the NPCs, it’s a weird choice by the developers.

Be warned that the game is filled with optimization problems and bugs that can ruin the experience entirely. Being a Russian post-apocalyptic FPS survival game, I really enjoyed it, despite all the frustrating problems I encountered. It says something about a game that I am willing to hazard the game issues to enjoy the content of the game because I do not tolerate bad games bugs or no bugs. It’s why I quit the Metro 2033 Redux edition because of how far backwards it went mechanically. I definitely recommend this version over the Redux edition because the stealth system, combat and lighting system in the original is much better. With that said: good luck in the Metro, you’re going to need it.

Read my review of the Metro 2033 Redux edition here: http://steamcommunity.com/id/KingIsaacLinksr/recommended/286690/
Read the full blog review of Metro: Last Light Redux here: http://wp.me/p4fZDz-1T6
Read the excerpts of Metro Last Light Redux on Steam here: http://steamcommunity.com/id/KingIsaacLinksr/recommended/287390
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1,307.6 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 7일
Set in the shattered subway of a post apocalyptic Moscow, Metro 2033 is a story of intensive underground survival where the fate of mankind rests in your hands.

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 your Metro Station-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.
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11.1 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 8일
Buy lots of Grenades

Turns into a Michael Bay Movie Simulator

Get a SMG

420 Blaze everyone

Best game Ever

Better then TF2

420%
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5.3 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 10월 24일
Russian Metro Simulator 2033..

But besides the cheesy jokes, it's a good game. It has a really good tense athmosphere.
-The mutants are surely creepy and dangerous, but there aren't any jumpscares whatsoever.
-For a 2010 game, it has good, cinematicy graphics. (more resource intensive than you'd think)
-Sound effects are decent in my opinion, but the footsteps are pretty awkward at some times (they always sound like you are walking on a metal floor)
-Gameplay feels nice, and the guns feel solid. It seems that the mutants have hit-detection, so go for headshots :) The game has some immersive things in it, like having to put on gasmasks in very smoky areas and scarce recourses.

Overall, very enjoyable game, worth the money :D 8,2/10
Would recommend, thank you for reading this long review :)
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2.6 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 13일
Dude was jacking his gun for 7 minutes straight
10/10
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0.6 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 10일
Got it for free, worth it.
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14.0 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 8일
Metro 2033 is a survival horror first-person shooter game set in a post-apocalyptic Moscow, with meticulous focus on authentic eerie atmosphere and good, albeit linear, narrative -- backed up by solid gameplay. It is also, without an argument, a spiritual successor to the highly admired cult franchise, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.

The story, based on the book by the same name, follows a young survivor by the name of Artyom who is being sent on a quest to find a way to stop a group of mysterious creatures named The Dark Ones from threatening his home metro station. Although Artyom is a silent protagonist, he does narrate the story’s progress from his point of view at loading screens. Throughout his journey, he faces many detours and ends up meeting various characters – some cool like Khan, but others rather generic and forgettable Russian stereotypes -- trying to help him and vice-versa. While the story is intriguing and appealing on the surface, it is more or less kind of straightforward. By the time the ending credits roll, you would have predicted one (the canon) of the two endings, possibly an hour prior to it. While the story experience is there, Metro’s story can feel unambitious at times, maybe because of the lack of unexpected twists and fully fleshed out characters. On the other hand, Metro’s narration is rock solid for an unashamedly linear shooter which it represents, and does not disappoint. Not a bit.

The gameplay literally plays like any other first-person shooter out there, however Metro 2033 does throw in a few stealth levels, which can still be approached in a Rambo fashioned style - although it is vastly unadvisable in these situations. Surprisingly, the stealth mechanic is functional and rather an enjoyable approach to taking down hostile human enemies in particular. The pace between shooting and stealth does help after all, and it is good to see a consistency in this aspect. It is a relief knowing the stealth was not something tacked on the last minute. Unlike other shooters, the game uses your bullets as currency, meaning that you have to be very cautious in how you “spend” them – whether that is wasting them on hostile enemies or buying new weapons or upgrades. This mechanic increases the challenge of the game, making it more tactical at times but nothing too substantial. And Metro 2033, even on normal difficulty, has a handful of challenging segments. For a true survival experience, it is recommended playing on Ranger difficulty only after completing the game once on an easier difficulty. Lastly, the oxygen mask is vital for survival and requires taking great care of it since it is damageable. Mask filters are also required to be scavenged and replaced from time to time. This creates another layer of tactic in the gameplay, and encourages exploration to a degree.

The greatest asset Metro 2033 can offer to the player is its mesmerizing artistic and technical prowess to atmosphere, level and sound designs. The underground metro, as well as the outside world, provide enough varied locations without ever feeling a sense of déjà vu. The metro itself is quite a unique environment in its own right. While from a technical point of view is not on par with Crysis’s standards pushed at maximum, it is nonetheless quite a remarkable benchmark. It is visually impressive from start to finish and satisfying to witness the amount of attention put into details. Audibly, it also never fails to create the sensation of anxiety (what could be lurking around the corner?) and creepiness. At one point, even your heavy breathing inside the oxygen mask will start scaring you; and that’s another example of a detail well executed. Owning a good headset will undoubtedly enhance this experience drastically. Taking inspiration from S.T.A.L.K.E.R., the metro stations are places where you wish you could just spend the entire day in them: walk around, chat, join your fellow survivors next to warm campfires and play the acoustic guitar. The atmosphere created here is a good contrast to the metro’s dark tunnels. It is believable and well executed. Where is my sausage and vodka, comrade?

Such a splendid game is however not without its fair share of problems. Firstly, Metro 2033’s main problems do arise from the poor engine optimization which can clog even some high-end computers, especially set on high video settings. Such issues can range from instable frame rate drops to a few minor visual glitches now and then. Could this be the price to pay for impressive visuals? No, and that is because other equally impressive games have done a better job delivering a similar visual experience (not identical) without compromising on optimization. At the end of the day, Metro 2033 is very much playable. However, the Redux Edition which came out four years later not only improved the visuals even further, but it finally optimized the game. Thus, pick that version.

As mentioned previously, the game can be challenging even at normal difficulty. This is good news for people looking for a challenge, however some of it can be a bit cheap especially in the station occupied by the Nazi faction. There you feel like the enemies never seem to stop showing up. The is AI competent, but there will be times where the enemies show up behind you and kill you cheaply without much time to counteract, especially when you are low in ammunition. So expect to reload a lot. The enemy variation is also acceptable, but the first few hours do feel like you are fighting against the same creatures/humans over and over again.

While this remains a personal preference, the game could have had more freedom when exploring the environment. Not because this has to be a standard nowadays (even back when it was released), but because it feels like a missed opportunity considering the great, albeit linear, level design; especially the opportunities provided in the outside world. Right from the start to the end, Metro 2033 forces you to follow this linear path with only moments of exploration being the close surroundings of these paths looking for supplies. And in general you cannot backtrack. It is obvious by design that the game was made in such a way where it focuses in telling a story rather than role-playing. It is story-drivern after all. So is it a railway shooter by these standards? Well, in many aspects, yes. Funnily enough, you do spend some time on rail carts when travelling from one station to another. But is this detrimental to the experience? Absolutely not. While it may be linear and lacking exploration, it is a fulfilling experience; boasting solid gameplay and authentic atmosphere, narratively well written.

In conclusion, Metro 2033 is essentially a linear S.T.AL.K.E.R. game with more emphasis in telling a story, and by level design it is similar to the Half-Life franchise. While the story might not be that ambitious, its top-notch atmosphere with enough scary moments, unique environments, solid gameplay and a well written narrative are sufficient to make it a great game in many people’s eyes. No Hollywood CGI cutscenes and flashy cinematography. And that is what Metro 2033 is all about after all: the game experience. A game which everyone must give it a shot at least once, if they own a performing computer and can accept some of its rough edges around the corners.
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13.8 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 17일
This is one game that exceeded my expectations in all aspects.

The good:
• Amazing atmosphere, this is the first thing that should be mentioned
• Great graphics
• Great story with multiple possible endings
• Characters with interesting personalities

The bad (not that bad though):
• The weapon upgrade system could have been a bit better
• Stealth does not really work as it should

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0.3 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 9일
Finished Both Metro 2033 And Metro Last Light On Hardcore Ranger Mode!
One of the Best FPS / Story based Games Ever Played!!
Amazing Atmosphere,Stunning Graphics,Cinematic Sound, Drawing you in The Dark Tunnels Of Metro!!
Totaly Worth To Play!!! Also You Must Read The Metro Book Too!!!

Beware in The Tunnels Boys...Its Cold And Scary!
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23.6 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 8일
First game, where I got achievement for being selfish and greedy.
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0.9 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 15일
A very good game. Scary at moments but with exellent graphics and atmosphere. Solid story for my taste, Recomend playing it.
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2.0 시간 기록
게시 일시: 2014년 11월 21일
Best FREE game ever! :D

Update: Keys are all gone.

I still have a few Metro 2033 Gifts from Humble Bundle. Which will expire in about 2 hours of this posting if you don't claim it. Feel Free to grab them asap. Please indicate the numbering of the gift you got in the posts below, so that others will know which one to get. Have fun!

Here's the list: https://forums.warframe.com/index.php?/topic/349569-metro-2033-steam-gifts-from-humble-bundle-i-still-have-a-few-left/
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