Greetings from Moscow; Review of Metro Last Light

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And the story continues… This game has so eye candy graphics that you almost wanna just wonder around and just look around all day long.

Some holiday pictures from Moscow:

Holiday picture 1# Moscow trainstation
A Screenshot of Metro: Last Light
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Holiday picture 2# The Red Square
A Screenshot of Metro: Last Light
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Holiday picture 3# The Great Ivan MonastarySquare
A Screenshot of Metro: Last Light

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Holiday picture 4# The Russian BBQ Party
A Screenshot of Metro: Last Light
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Story is well written and is so good that you just can’t stop playing it. All characters are individual and they have their own lines. No Morrowind syndrom if you know what I mean. Guns are great with the optional upgrades.It’s so nice to just lurk in the shadows and kill guards one by one with silenced AK.

Monster are very well thought, so they bring good change to the game. One bat/werewolf- mutant was still pain in my “Arschloch”, but I killed them all, with out hesitation. If I have to compare the game with the first one, I would say that this was more darker and more ‘post-apocalyptic” than the first one.

Last Light has more depth also with the story. I would say, if I may that Metro 2033 is prelude on the song of Metro story-saga and Last Light was first part of it. If you think Star Wars episode 1-3 where prelude in the hole saga and episodes from 4-6 where the main parts of the song.

This game needs a good system to be where it should be, when played. I mean, this game is so well made that if you play it on easy or normal mode and with a out-dated computer you won’t get the true Metro experience. I played this game on hardcore and I was too Good still, but “Hey I’m the GamersSensei, the only true Sensei of Gaming.

There was few https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsx2vdn7gpY moments and I think that makes this game so good. I hope they will add good DLC content for this game some point.

Score of 9,396/10

Remember to bow to your Sensei

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8 thoughts on “Greetings from Moscow; Review of Metro Last Light”

  1. It’s a fantastic game – incredibly evocative and even literary in its development of character, location, theme and so on. And unless it;s just me getting old and slow, it’s difficult too – it takes me weeks to get through Metro games, rather than a few hours! Fantastic graphics, gameplay and story.

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