Goodness, even cash-in remakes from the seventh generation can't hit 1080p on the Xbox One. I guess, to be fair, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light are easily two of the best looking games in recent years. Running them on the highest settings on PC is next-gen.
One of the big things to happen in the AAA space is that if you manage to get a niche success that turns a moderate profit, the next step is to branch out that IP so that it hits more than just the market of gamers who love the property. In the case of the Metro franchise, the next game will be designed to hit more demographics due to being more accessible.
The Humble THQ Bundle has finally wrapped up and it looks like the whole thing was a smashing success. Over the course of the past couple of weeks, the THQ Bundle brought in more than $5 million in sales. For a struggling publisher, that’s got to be a nice figure to clap your peepers on.
Today it's extremely easy to get your hands on the shooter Metro 2033. All you need to do to get a free PC copy of the game is "like" the official Metro series page on Facebook.
The latest Humble Bundle isn't a collection of indie games. Instead, they're a diverse offering of titles from publisher THQ. The Humble THQ Bundle, available for whatever price you set, will be on sale for the next two weeks.
Starting tomorrow, October 16th, THQ and 4A Games' highly praised first-person shooter, Metro 2033, will be half-off for the entire week all the way up until October 22nd. After that, gamers will be left with paying full price for the game.
In a rare twist of events, the developers behind Metro: Last Light are doing something opposite of what's been done most times throughout this gen: They're removing a competitive multiplayer component to focus on the single-player content and actually work on making a great game.
Steam is holding a week-long promotion for the THQ titles in their digital store. From now until October 17th, most THQ games in their catalog are being offered at a 33% discount.
THQ and 4A Games considers Metro 2033 to be a flawed masterpiece. Yes, in the words of Danny Bilson…"It was a flawed masterpiece". Nevertheless, the developers and marketers behind Metro: Last Light will stand to correct the previous game’s flaws by making the sequel better in every way imaginable and have it arrive on time for a clean 2012 release.
When you think Easter, the first thing that comes to mind is probably post-apocalyptic Russia. If your brain is prone to weird associations like that, then you'll enjoy this weekend's deal on Steam. They're selling first-person shooter Metro 2033 for half its normal price.
When THQ first made mention of a Metro 2033 sequel last year, they referred to it as Metro 2034. Judging by new domain registrations, though, it looks like they may opt for a different title.
First-person shooter/survival horror Metro 2033 is getting a sequel called Metro 2034. What's more, it'll make use of this newfangled 3D technology everyone's fallen in love with.
Today 4A Games announced details of Metro 2033's upcoming single-player DLC. The center piece of the content pack is a new difficulty level called "Ranger Mode."
You may have a reason to put Metro 2033 back in the disc tray soon. Developer 4A Games is finishing up their work on the game's first downloadable content.
A new title update went live today for the Xbox 360 version of Metro 2033, the post-apocalyptic shooter released on Tuesday. In a post on the game's official Facebook page, the developers explained the purpose of the patch.