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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:39pm 30/04/13 | 1 Comments
Proving nothing is really dead, 4A Games' Metro: Last Light, which survived the shuttering of THQ by being bought out in an assets auction to Deep Silver bills payer, Koch Media, is on-track. And we have proof.

Ko-zee-ii took the game for a run through the metro system, lighting his way with as much enthusiasm as one facing life in post-apocalyptia can muster and somehow came away unscathed. At least physically.

The game is shaping up to be everything we hope it can be and more. Click here for his full hands-on preview.

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Posted 10:50pm 03/5/13
Those Ruskie's can sure put together a beautiful looking game, only to be ruined by weird guitar playing Stalkers. Sorry, wrong game!
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