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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:54pm 16/03/10 | 3 Comments
Late last week AusGamers was given the opportunity to talk to THQ's Huw Beynon, who has been working very closely with 4A Games to bring Metro 2033 to gamers, about just that - Metro 2033.

And while we slave away at the game's review this week for you, we thought we'd share Huw's thoughts on the game, its lore, Russian game development, the future of the franchise and what's lacking in Western post-apocalyptic tales that Metro 2033 manages to capture so well.

Click here for the full interview.

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Posted 06:28pm 16/3/10
Posted 07:14pm 16/3/10
You didn't ask him how to pronounce his name.
Posted 07:23pm 16/3/10
"the game has a start, finish and end" um... lol
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