The lights are on
Metro 2033 captivated players with a grueling struggle for survival in the underground subway tunnels of a post-apocalyptic Moscow. The sequel picks up Artyom's quest to save humanity, and while the difficulty has been dialed down a bit, some top-notch gunplay and stealth mechanics make it well worth a return trip to the Russian underground.
Join us as Andrew Reiner, Dan Ryckert, and I tackle the first few sequences of Metro: Last Light, which aptly demonstrate the detailed world 4A Games has created, and the healthy mix of the action and stealth gameplay awaiting players. Reiner and I also discuss the other changes and improvements Last Light offers Metro 2033 fans, while trying our best to ignore Dan's endless string of stupid wrestling jokes.
Metro: Last Light is available tomorrow on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. For more on the game, read our PC and console reviews.
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