Based on the internationally bestselling novel series by Dmitry Glukhovsky.
The Metro Redux bundle includes both Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux.
Both games have been remastered in the latest 4A Engine, and boast two unique playstyles - Spartan and Survival - plus the legendary Ranger Mode.
Items included in this bundle:
Metro 2033 Redux
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.
Metro Last Light Redux
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.
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I heard about the Metro series for a while now but never had the chance to play them until I finally picked them up off a Steam sale. There were many aspects I liked about the game as soon as I jumped in. Personally, I find that when you play a single player, first person shooter game, it can go one of two ways. Firstly it can either be a good mix of an action/first person shooter/and or adventure game, keeping one drawn in with various tasks, different scenarios, and things to do besides move and shoot. However, first person shooter games could just be that. With no real motivation to do any specific tasks you could quickly find yourself noticing all you do is move and shoot. I can tell you with ease that this isn't the case with Metro: Last Light Redux. I liked that the game kept it from feeling like most bad first person shooter games and instead followed my first description; various tasks, different scenarios and things to do. I also liked how the story had multiple endings, it added replayability to the game. Especially because you have to work through a single play through to get to one or the other of the endings. Possibly making your second play through different then your first. Among other things, I also really liked the weapon customization. It's always a better experience when you play a game and get to make things your own, i.e. naming characters, making decisions and or customizing things. To be honest, there isn't a whole lot I don't like about this game. While usually I try to make sure I throw some points in for the other side of the argument, I honestly can't think of some genuine things that you could dislike about the game. PERSONALLY I don't like the outside segments and really the only reason for this is because of how perceptive you need to be (unless using a guide). What I mean by this is that the outside can be overwhelming your first time through. It'll seem like there's so much to explore and it'll seem like it'll be easy to miss something. Which it is. However, I don't feel as though this is a flaw in the gameplay and don't see this as a argument to be made not to buy the game. Would I recommend these games? Yes! I feel as though they are among of the better (if not best) first person shooter games I've played in a long time. I like the stealth mixed into the gameplay. Personally, I'm always a huge fan of stealth so that was a big thing for me. I liked the weapon customization along with the story. The moral choices and the alternate endings are a plus as well as it adds on replayability.
There were many petty gripes I had with these games - not least that they erased the originals from existence. One thing I cannot fault, however, is the atmosphere. These games are gorgeous. The kids are fairly ghastly, but beyond that they look incredible. Roaming through the tunnels of the metro is deliciously oppressive - the linear structure suits a literal railroad setting. The first game is undoubtedly better - and the original first game was better still: a 3 weapon limit is always better than 2. However, if you're in the mood you will be sucked in so far that you will require both games just to sate your appetite. I cannot fault the performance, but the English voice acting was weak at times. Subsequent playthroughs in Russian show where the true strengths lie. Taking it slow, they both clocked in around 20 hours. Last Light was shorter even with the bizarrely well hidden dlc. Buy at a discount, but definitely buy.
The metro redux bundle contains both games 2033 and last light. I originally played last light before playing 2033 and was amazed by the content and the atmosphere. I got the bundle on sale and have not been disappointed in either game so far. The updated graphics are fantastic and have made both games even more enjoyable. It's a truly unique experience of both stealth and full out firefights mixed into one and done very effectively. I would recommened buying this game if you're new or have played the older versions of the game.
Metro Redux includes both atmospheric survival FPS titles Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. The redux versions improve the graphics of the game but also enhance some gameplay features, more so with the original Metro 2033 that has gotten updated character models and control and menu options to match its improved sequel Metro Last Light. Both games feature an excellent atmosphere that has you traveling through a metro system in a world inhabited by different human factions and monsters, Metro Last Light has you spending more time on the surface in an environment just as well detailed and hostile as the underground. The redux bundle includes all of the DLC which allows you to play the more difficult ranger mode that really gives the game a more survival like feel and requires you to use more stealth and planning when it comes to dealing with enemies. Two great games worth playing in their original form and even more so with the updates or if you had missed out on the DLC and the Ranger mode on playthroughs of the original versions.
Now THIS is a complete package of the Metro games. I'm writing a separate review just to say that, if you saw screenshots, gameplays or anything and the game looked good to you, go get this pack! You won't be satisfied playing 2033 alone, you'll want more, and here it is. You'll save money, and you'll spend a great time on a long journey through post-apocalyptic stories with loads of action and stealth (you can actually choose between action or stealth on most cases).
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