Summary: I got this a few weeks ago, and I ave to say, its awesome. This is a game that defines the open world FPS. The graphics, while not cutting edge, are amazing. The way you can see the stitching on your armor, the design of the weapons all make this a great game. The lighting is what is really amazing.
A great fully open world game with many side quests and a story that's not really there.
17 February 2014
Summary: The game world is similar to Fallout 3, though not as large. The story is kind-of there but most of what you do is exploring, completing side quests, and getting killed if you suck at the game (like me). The game can be kind of hard. Also, it is one of the only Windows 7 games that will run and a weak PC like mine. So it's a good game with a small emphasis on story (from what I've played so far) and a large emphasis on exploaration and questing in first person.
Summary: I am a very big fan of this type of game. Open sandbox style games that do not require internet access. It is an older game and I would like to see them update the graphics. But other than that I have thoroughly enjoyed this game.
Summary: I have played The other two parts of the STALKER series and they are great. the only thing is to tune the game for your computer specs. It takes time but is worth of it. These is a loooong single player campaign.
Summary: I bought this in the hopes it would be a good game. At the normal level it was a bit too easy , even for me at age 69. I eventually stopped playing it and bought the second Metro game which is way better.
Summary: I bought this because I had replayed Deus Ex: Human Revolution so many times I had it memorized and I was looking for the same type of game. There's an element of stealth here and it's a reasonable game. The pacing is a bit slow, though. I haven't finished it but I notice that it feels like you spend an awful lot of time walking from place to place or figuring out what to do next. It's very inferior to Deus Ex.