Conclusion: 4A Games set the bar so high on Metro 2033 that when the game adheres to conventional gaming mechanics and doesn’t find new, more immersive ways to engage you, you are left slightly disappointed. But that is not a denouncement; it is a testament to the superb quality of this game.
Conclusion: While Metro 2033 isn't without its faults, if you embrace its strong suits and allow yourself to become immersed in this impressive post-apocalyptic environment, you will surely enjoy yourself.
Excerpt: From the moment you put Metro 2033 into your drive, prepare to be wowed. From the initial start screen to the final credits, THQ and 4A games Russian apocalypse themed first person shooter drips with pitch-perfect ambiance, stunning HD graphics and astounding pacing.
Conclusion: Metro 2033 is a very solid game from our friendly developer 4A Games, and looks like it could be another new lucrative property for THQ (alongside Darksiders). If you have a PC that can run this game, I strongly recommend that you give this game a try.
Excerpt: If you’re looking for a unique setting and a haunting vision of the apocalyptic future our world is headed toward, then look no further than Metro 2033 , a survival-horror-style FPS from 4A Games.
Summary: This Stalker-meets-Doom shooter arrived late last week, and made quite the change from shepherding around tiny armies in that bizarre glut of real-time-strategy games which have marched onto our hard drives this month.
Excerpt: Metro 2033 Review Publisher: THQ Platform: PC , Xbox 360 UK Price (as reviewed): £24.99 (incl. VAT) US Price (as reviewed): $48.99 (excl. Tax) It’s only natural that there should be comparisons drawn between GSC GameWorld’s STALKER and 4A Game’s Metro 2033 – 4A is founded by ex-GSC staff, after all...