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Every bullet counts ?in ?Metro: Last Light?

May 18, 2013

A little personality goes a long way in the world of first-person shooters. 2010?s ?Metro 2033? grew into a cult hit because it was slower, darker and more realistic than the modern military shooters that dominate the genre. Its new sequel, ?Metro: Last Light,? keeps most of what set ?2033? apart while sanding down a few of its rougher edges. The result is one of the most intriguing shooters of this generation.

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