It is the year 2034. Beneath the ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow, in the tunnels of the Metro, the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from outside – and within. Mutants stalk the catacombs beneath the desolate surface, and hunt amidst the poisoned skies above.Read full description
It is the year 2034. Beneath the ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow, in the tunnels of the Metro, the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from outside – and within. Mutants stalk the catacombs beneath the desolate surface, and hunt amidst the poisoned skies above.
But rather than stand united, the station-cities of the Metro are locked in a struggle for the ultimate power, a doomsday device from the military vaults of D6. A civil war is stirring that could wipe humanity from the face of the earth forever. As Artyom, burdened by guilt but driven by hope, you hold the key to our survival – the last light in our darkest hour… Product Overview: Metro: Last Light Redux is the definitive version of the critically acclaimed ‘Metro: Last Light’, rebuilt in the latest and greatest iteration of the 4A Engine for Next Gen. 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.
This definitive version also includes all previously released DLC, adding 10 hours of bonus single-player content to the huge solo campaign. Fans of the original game will notice new features and gameplay improvements, including new melee animations, the ability to check your watch and ammo supplies on the fly, and new full-body player animations.
And those who favoured the more survival-horror oriented gameplay of the cult prequel ‘Metro 2033’ will find a new way to experience the campaign thanks to the introduction of two unique Play Styles – Survival and Spartan. The former transforms Last light from a more action-oriented stealth combat experience to a fraught, slow burn fight for survival. With the legendary Ranger Mode included to offer an extra layer of challenge and immersion, Metro: Last Light Redux offers hours of AAA gameplay for an incredible price.
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 - with all previous DLC content included, new modes and features, and many gameplay improvement, this is the definitive version of the critically acclaimed classic that fans and newcomers alike will 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
Based on the internationally bestselling novel series by Dmitry Glukhovsky
I remember keeping as much cash as I could in the hard 2013 to be able to play this game. And yes it was worth it. Few games can be this dark and also add a shred of humanity that makes it feel more real: no one can last without an inch of hope in such conditions. The best atmosphere I ever got to experiment in a game, with the shortcomings of Metro 2033 corrected, made for me this the best game of 2013. Everything in this game exudes passion, the artesanal mapping (there's not recycled maps like some big AAA western shooters), the story, the overall aesthetic. If you ever turned down Fallout 3 for being too cheeky or campy, or because the wonky gunplay, you'll love this game, even with it's linear parts.
like it's predecessor, Metro: last Light is one of the best first person shooters out there. Unlike most modern FPS games, it does not tend to be generic and repetitive, instead, it feels fresh and genuinely atmospheric, and while it is ultimately a linear game, it gives a strong sense of freedom and openness. Metro: Last Light has most of the element that make a video game successful: Stunning graphics, interesting story, decent voice acting (Russian accent), genuine atmosphere, bunch of unique weapons with customization accessories, variety of unique opponents and monsters, and some other cool stuff that adds to the realism of the game, for an example, the trading currency is military grade bullets, which adds to their value and makes you careful with their use in combat. Metro: Last Light is not without it's flaws, especially some possible game breaking bugs that sometimes require you to repeat the chapter from the beginning to get pass them. Also, there could be some room for improvements in certain aspects of the game, for an example, while there is a weapon customization system, it is nowhere near the extensiveness of that of the Fallout and Borderlands games, but this is understandable considering Metro: Last Light is not an open world game. In the end, if you are a First Person Shooter guy, you owe it to yourself to try Metro: Last Light and it's Predecessor Metro 2033 if you haven't already.
I have to say that when I purchased this game I read a commentary that said that it was a ''package'' that contains Metro 2033 and Metro: Last night. That's NOT true. This is the sequel, not a bundle of two games. That said, the game is worth playing if you have played the first one. Still has some great playability if you haven't played the first one, but it's way more confusing. I'd highly recommend playing Metro 2033 Redux first. Graphics are more or less the same, though this one might be a little bit better regarding lightning. The story develops from the first game and closes the circle beautifully, in one of the most clever games I've experienced in this generation. Like I said in Metro 2033, it's very very well optimized and will look great on mid end computers, even in laptops (which was my case). Go get it!
Metro: Last Light is good. I really hated the first game and Last Light goes a long way to fixing most of the problems with the dreadful first one. Thankfully, the first game ends with most of the super natural bull shit characters being killed and so in the sequel the last remaining one is relegated to be the macguffin of the plot and is off screen most of the game. The story in the game was decent and it kept me engaged with wanting to know happens next, although when it's nazis vs. commies there's no one to root for. A frustrating aspect in the first one that they fixed in Last Light is the money. I could almost never upgrade my weapons in the first one because ammo was so rare I had to use my precious bullets that act as currency just to survive. There are some good upgrades to be had and I'm glad I got to use them this time. Stealth can be used in a lot of this game and my silenced revolver with laser sight was an invaluable tool over the course of the game. The pneumatic weapons are back and still fun to use. The weapons overall were fun to shoot and that's a definite requirement for a good shooter. Another part that's an improvement is that you spend much more time without any NPC's around. This really helps build the spooky atmosphere the game is going for when you're all by yourself making your way through the dark and not just sitting through a scripted event the game was programmed to put you and the NPC through. A nice little touch I liked was that there are spider webs that will slow you down if you walk through them, but you can burn them up with your lighter. There is a season pass with this game that offers a lot of little experiences. There are several missions where you play a little part of the main story only as through the eyes of different characters in the story than the main protagonist you play as. They were all ok, but just felt like more of the same of the campaign with nothing exceptional about them. My favorite DLC was actually one where you have to loot a library of a long list of random objects. It was fun exploring the library and discovering new routes that led to new areas or shortcuts back to base. It took around 20 hours to finish everything so there's a fair chunk of game here and most of it is pretty fun.
A perhaps too linear of a game, it still delivers on visuals and sound. You play as a character haunted by his past and struggles to learn the mystery behind the Dark Ones. The game does not offer too much on replayability value however you can be sure to take your time during bits of it and explore the city/tunnels as much as you want. I am somewhat surprised at how much detail they have put into each animation and NPC, offering glimpses into the background of each place. Not too many jumpscares but be warned that you will shriek like a little girl a couple of times while playing. Overall a good solid FPS with a decent enough story to get you interested.
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