We compare the Metro game series to its visually updated counterparts
If you are a fan of single-player FPS games, then you should check out the Metro series. Metro 2033, based on the novel by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky, was developed by 4A Games and released in 2010 while its sequel, Metro: Last Light, came out last year. Both survival-horror games are set in post-apocalyptic Moscow where survivors of the nuclear fallout live within the underground metro system.
Close. So close. Metro 2033 missed its grab at greatness by mere millimeters, and it pretty much broke our hearts. Thankfully, THQ doesn't plan on leaving this diamond-in-the-rough where it lies. And – much as we'd have liked to have seen Metro 2034, if only for confused cries of “There's already been 2,033 of them?” – developer 4A Games has settled on the ominous “Metro: Last Light.” Details and trailer after the break!