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  • Blog Post: 2013 Shooter Of The Year Awards

    For the vocal base of first-person shooter fans who have criticized publishers for pushing out short single-player campaigns in favor of focusing on multiplayer, 2013 offered a respite. With longer campaigns in BioShock Infinite, Metro: Light, and Dead Space 3, players had several options to explore... More
  • Blog Post: Top 50 Challenge – Metro: Last Light

    Learn more about the Game Informer Fight For the Top 50 Challenge 2013 I accepted Jeff Marchiafava's challenge to play Metro: Last Light, a game he decided to champion for our year-end Top 50 list. I went in blind. Though I'd heard good things about it, I'd never played Last Light or its... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Metro: Last Light

    Join the Game Informer crew as we journey back into the depths of the Russian underground in Metro: Last Light, 4A's sequel to the cult-hit survival shooter, Metro 2033. We'll be starting our live stream from the beginning of game at 4PM CT, and plan to play until we lose our minds from the oppressive... More
  • Blog Post: Exclusive Metro: Last Light Gameplay In Our Video Preview

    The release of Metro 2033 in 2010 earned the game a devoted cult following. With the upcoming release of Metro: Last Light, publisher THQ is hoping to expand the fan base without betraying the hardcore survival aspects that made the first entry a success. Senior associate editor Jeff Cork wrote the November... More
  • Blog Post: Digital Issue 235 Is Live: Dead Island: Riptide, Fuse, Beyond, Metro: Last Light & Ni No Kuni

    Read up on our picks for five under the radar games in the latest digital edition of Game Informer Magazine for PC/Mac , iPad , and Android . Some highlights of the issue: -Bring Ni No Kuni artwork to life by famed Studio Ghibli artist Yoshiyuki Momose -Listen to full songs from some of today's best... More
  • Blog Post: Under The Radar: 10 Sleeper Games From E3

    E3 is all about hype – the newest consoles, the biggest games. While gamers anticipate the event as another chance to get a look at some of the games they’ve been anticipating for years, it’s easy for worthy titles to get lost in the jungle of press conference and oversized booths.... More
  • Blog Post: Video Interview: THQ's Global Brand Manager On Metro: Last Light

    If my full preview from earlier today wasn't enough to satiate your interest in Metro: Last Light, I've got a bonus for you. After seeing the game, I got to chat with THQ global brand manager Mark Madsen. He explains what fans can expect from the sequel, how 4A games is attempting to make it... More
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