|Also for:||PS3, PC|
|Viewed:||3D Third person, into the screen||Genre:||
|Publishers:||Deep Silver (GB)
||Released:||17 May 2013
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The story follows directly from Metro 2033, in which Russian survivor Artyom destroys all of the known Dark Ones in Moscow. They were thought to be threatening humanitys survival, but now Arytom feels that hes made a terrible mistake. Hailed as a hero of the Metro, he risks stardom (and his life, actually) when he discovers the existence of one last Dark One, that could just be able to help in this ruined world.
Its a first-person shooter with thought. Weapons feel weighty but never overpowering, especially when faced with some of the mutant enemies that litter the landscape - wolf-like Watchmen, creepy spider-ants, oversized piranha fish... and not forgetting the patrolmen for every human faction in Moscow, with the city currently in civil war.
You can run in all guns blazing, but you can also choose to use stealth. If youre bathed in light and can be spotted by the enemy, the light on Artyoms wristwatch turns blue. If youre in the shadows, it switches off, adding for another level of depth to the suspense-filled gameplay.
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