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Both Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light have been remade and redone for the eighth generation of home consoles and are now available both digitally and physically for the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4 and on Steam for PC.
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.
Instead of buying a new copy of 4A Games' new FPS, Metro: Last Light, gamers who actually value their money and maintaining some integrity for the hobby of interactive entertainment, have decided to pledge their allegiance to used copies, discounted copies and pirated copies over the game's DLC controversy.
“But, but, but...publishers have to make money”....”But, but, but...difficulty settings are optional”...”But, but, but...video games are a business, not a charity”, so says all the pandering pro-corporate white knights. Well, at least gamers have become fed up enough to make some noise about the recent bull crap surrounding the extra costs required to play Ranger Mode in Metro: Last Light.
Ukraine-based 4A Games and Deep Silver released a new survival walkthrough guide for Metro Last Light, offering players useful tips while also showcasing some striking new gameplay for the upcoming title. As usual, the graphics look like they were ripped right out of a concept art book full of 3D renders.
The upcoming first-person shooter from Deep Silver and 4A Games is nearing release, with an early May window set in the sights for Metro: Last Light. The latest promotional trailer for the game is called “Salvation” and it shows a diverse comparison between two groups of survivors going about dealing with the apocalypse in very different ways.
THQ and 4A Games released a new batch of screenshots for the upcoming first-person thriller, Metro: Last Light. The shots feature a range of different situations and circumstances, the most notable being a soldier spying on a well armed group, as well as some outdoor environmental shots of a ravaged and nuclear devastated Russia.
In a post-apocalyptic world where creatures roam the night (and sometimes the day) and all sorts of mutant monstrosities are trying to rip flesh from bone, one of the more normal aspects of such a world is a crazy preacher teaching crazy teachings to anyone who will listen, that's the job of The Preacher in 4A Games' upcoming horror-shooter, Metro: Last Light.
In THQ's second quarter earnings report, the company laid out some not-too-unexpected news regarding their 2013 slate, announcing that key titles in their line-up such as Company of Heroes 2, South Park: The Stick of Truth and Metro: Last Light have all been hit with delays.
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.
Nearly 13 minutes of real-time gameplay has been released for public viewing. The footage is courtesy of the demo that THQ and 4A Games had on display at this year's E3. It's definitely some great, atmospheric stuff and it's a shame more movies aren't this intense.
Nintendo just owned up on all the competition with brand new game announcements for the Wii U with tons of new third-party developer support. Just about every current generation game you didn't think would ever appear on a Nintendo console is coming to a Nintendo console.
Sony welcomes back users with some goodies. CD Projekt is putting the Witcher 2 on Xbox 360. THQ announces Metro: Last Light and a lot of companies unveil their E3 line-ups.