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  • Blog Post: Can Metro 2033 Survive the Nuclear Winter?

    Metro 2033 is one of those games that you just couldn't have expected, primarily because it barely had any PR before THQ finally published it. It was another game set in a post-nuclear war world, this one so grim and dark that the only habitable locations are buried deep underground. The question... More
  • Blog Post: A Great Atmosphere with One Kink

    Metro 2033 has a great atmosphere and can give a player the chills, the creeps, or the laughs, mattering on what you are listening in on or taking part in. The story is very fun to play though. I have not read the novel, but I have tried to get it ever since playing this game. The story is very engaging... More
  • Blog Post: Ready for the appocalypse?

    Metro 2033 is a post appocalypse novel created by Dmitry Glukhovsky metro2033(game) is developed by 4Agames and published by THQ Although this game literally scared the crap out if me and made me jump out of my seat metro 2033 made me feel like I was back playing old ps1 resident evil 2.this survival... More
  • Blog Post: Metro 2033 PC Review

    I recently bought the THQ Humble Bundle for Metro 2033 (and Company of Heroes), it looking like an awesome game. I was not disappointed. Metro 2033 is a Steller game. The Campaign for the game has a really good story line, enough to drag me away from Dark Souls for a few hours at a time, in which you... More
  • Blog Post: A Fantastic On-Going Experience

    I'm not the kind of person who goes for a first person shooter. However I heard of Metro 2033 back when it was in pre-dev and I found it interesting. Fast forward two years when I see it on sale on Steam (of course). I decide to buy it and give this game the shot I wanted to years before. And dear... More
  • Blog Post: Not your average shooter.

    I bought this game soon after it came out (do not ask why I am finally doing a review now) and I was sucked into it instantly. The story is one of the best to appear in a FPS in a long time and this helps make you care for the characters as well. The story is the biggest aspect of the game that made... More
  • Blog Post: It's The End of The World And I Feel Fine

    Once in a great while, a game comes along that changes how you feel about a genre. Metro 2033 is one such game. For me, the game revived my faith in the FPS genre as a means of successful storytelling, as opposed to the twitch and pop gameplay of the traditional juggernauts of Call of Duty and Halo.... More
  • Blog Post: Metro 2033: Overlooked Brilliance

    Game: Metro 2033 Genre: FPS, Survival Horror Console played on: PC Rating: M Every once in a while a game will come along with enough guts and balls big enough to slip past my guard and steal my heart from right under my nose, (Don’t ask why it was there, Trust me you don’t want to know.... More
  • Blog Post: A straightforward, but innovative journey.

    Amidst the high-profile games with loads of game modes and heavy marketing material, a unique game will occasionally come along and show surprising skill and polish only found by those willing to look. I started off relatively interested in Metro 2033, even before I began playing. I read reviews detailing... More
  • Blog Post: Metro is a fun ride - with a good bargain

    With the recent releases of numerous FPS games, its hard to consider whats good and whats not these days. Rather than looking for a fun experience, many gamers look for that edgy feel and multiplayer accessibility. Though Metro 2033 does not match the standards of Call of Duty or Battlefield, it remains... More
  • Blog Post: Astonishing atmosphere

    This game did everything absolutely right in creating a believable world with a dark atmosphere. Using bullets for money making you choose between using them to kill your next foe or to buy your next weapon, having to use a gas mask when you are on the surface forcing you to look for gasmask filters... More
  • Blog Post: Gotta play it to judge it...

    The game was better than I expected and had a lot of play time too. One of the scariest games I have played in a while too. I loved the save points too. Never to far back to start all over but enough back to get achievements. Only downside is chrging your flashlight and hearing Artyom breathe in a gas... More
  • Blog Post: Oh well

    Weep for what could have been. This game had so much promise, but, as you have already guessed, it failed to live up to it. Some game mechanics, such as charging your flashlight, pumping your pneumatic sniper rifle, shooting in a straight line, and walking, work perfectly fine, and add a bit of micromanagement... More
  • Blog Post: THis game is completely awful. You have all lost it.

    When I first heard about Metro 2033, I was extremely exited. I had been waiting for my post apocalyptic dreamland, and this seemed to be it. Too bad the game sucks. It is full of glitches, the graphics are god awful(that is a little harsh, they are only bad if you've been playing games such as Assassin's... More
  • Blog Post: Breath taking, jaw dropping, nerve racking and yet just AWESOME--Metro 2033

    So here we are with metro 2033 amazing story line- yet not for the younger generation. On your first mission you will be breathless and then the in game reality sets in...This is no play ground, this is a dangerouse world. You will go from one station from another in the tunnels looking over your sholder... More
  • Blog Post: Not what I had expected.

    The Stalker series, has become one of my all time favorite videogame series ever. The gritty feel to it, is reminiscent of fallout 3, but ironically enough, feels like it takes place farther in the future, mainly due to the weapons. When I heard that Metro was a new game made by some of the Stalker visionaries... More
  • Blog Post: A Sleeper Hit! It's AWESOME!!!!

    Forget all that other crap for now Metro 2033 is where it is this game will hook you worse than heroin and take you on a rollercoaster ride to remember. I loved it from beginning to end and as a PS3/PC gamer it's graphics impressed even me! This is because of their astonishing detail, excellent lighting... More
  • Blog Post: Definatly a sleeper hit

    Although i rented this game i played through it twice. I thought that the game is a sleeper hit but it was great. The horror was kept to a minimum but there were creepy parts too. Like Infinity Ward, they also kill off their characters in shocking moments. Butt he plot was awesome as were the characters... More
  • Blog Post: poop

    yee son!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! More
  • Blog Post: Not a review, a comment

    This is a comment not a review because I have not played Metro yet but I was looking forward to it. I first heard about the game in a GI Issue 200- something and I am surprised it is out already. More
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