Excerpt: Metro: Last Light fell short of greatness. A follow up to 2010’s Metro 2033 , this was the rare occasion when a sequel had room to improve upon a concept and execution rather than cynically milk what made it special into a possible franchise. It came close to doing so but in the end lacked the conviction to fully realise Dmitry Glukhovsky‘s fictional world in an interactive form.
Summary: 4A Games' tunnel-stalking, survival-horror-cum-FPS, Metro: Last Light is a game designed to reward the methodical gamer inside us all. Take the time to explore its haunting tunnel systems, mutant-ravaged surfaces, spend a moment listening to NPCs or drink up any sliver of information you stumble upon and you’ll be rewarded with an incredibly deep and thought-provoking gaming experience.
A Fly in the Ointment–Metro: Last Light Faction Pack DLC Review
5 July 2013
Excerpt: There really can’t be any doubt that Metro: Last Light is one of the best shooters this year. Smoothing out its predecessors rough edges, Last Light succeeded by combining its improved shooting, intuitive stealth mechanics, and incredible world in fascinating ways. It didn’t hurt that the presentation was amazing; 4A games used a beautiful graphics engine to craft the most authentic world this side of Half Life 2.
Pros: It’s a Metro game, so the presentation is incredible., Kshatriya mission adds interesting roguelike twist., It’s cheap.
Cons: Other missions are short, Heavy Squad mission is truly abominable., Virtually zero replay value
Análisis de La Torre: segundo DLC de Metro Last Light
20 September 2013
Excerpt: Lejos de terminar nuestras aventuras en las oscuros y decadentes túneles de un metro postapocalíptico, Metro: Last Light nos sigue presentando nuevos episodios descargables que ahondan en la fastuoso mundo de la literatura de Dmitry Glukhovsky .