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Metro Last Light review: Tunnel vision

There is so much suffocating despair in Metro: Last Light. The world is irradiated rubble, blanketed in noxious fumes and trampled by gnarled monstrosities. Humans that remain must huddle underfoot, eking out lives in Moscow's underground railways. But the worst thing, the cruelest twist, the...

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Metro: Last Light on Steam includes Metro 2033 e-book

Metro 2033 was a prominent post-apocalyptic novel from Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky before it inspired 4A Games' shooter. Making up for the lost marketing opportunity of the first game, sequel Metro: Last Light will include a free copy of the Metro 2033 novel with all PC purchases authenticated...

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Deep Silver clarifies Metro: Last Light PS4, SDK reports

Andrew Prokhorov, creative director on Metro: Last Light at developer 4A Games, recently had the nuance of his words lost in translation, according to publisher Deep Silver. The ITCChannel interview allegedly shook out details about a version of Metro: Last Light for PS4, the release of a...

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Metro: Last Light included with select GeForce GTX cards

If you're in the market for a new graphics card, Nvidia is hoping to entice you with a special promotion. Those who purchase an Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or above will also get a free download of Metro: Last Light when it launches this May. The deal is available via many online retailers, though it...

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Metro: Last Light trailer teaches us about the trouble out there

This new Metro: Last Light trailer further explores both the human and monstrous elements to emerge in the game's hopeless, irradiated landscape....

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Metro: Last Light trailer illuminates game world

For those who missed out on Metro 2033, this trailer is a primer of the game's world and explains that Metro isn't actually a post-apocalyptic train simulator. You know, in case you were confused....

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Metro: Last Light illuminates 'Salvation' trailer

Only darkness and things that go bump in the night lay hidden in the subway systems of Metro: Last Light. Sorry, we meant: only monsters and things that will give you bumps in the night are down there. Tickets to ride Metro: Last Light will be available this May....

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Metro: Last Light flickers in NA May 14, EU May 17

Metro: Last Light is coming to North and Latin America on May 14, and Europe three days later on May 17, publisher Deep Silver announced this morning. The PS3, Xbox 360, and PC sequel to Metro 2033 was, last we heard, expected to be released this month, but that was always uncertain following...

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Metro, other THQ games unavailable for Impulse pre-order due to 'uncertainty of delivery'

Pre-orders of the PC download version of Metro: Last Light have been removed from Impulse, GameStop's PC download service. In addition, no other upcoming THQ games are available from the service, though released games can still be purchased. "Essentially, due to THQ's current financial situation...

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Metro Last Light launch copies include Ranger Mode as 'Limited Edition'

If you pick up Metro: Last Light promptly upon its March release rather than waiting for a free copy from Facebook, you'll be rewarded with some extra stuff. Launch copies of the game will be packaged as a "Limited Edition," with bonus Ranger Mode DLC and a "Ranger" loadout packed in. In the...

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