Here is the last part of that Metro: Last Light gameplay footage I got to see (and cream over) at E3. You can watch parts one and two if you've missed them.
In this video, Artyom and his pal concludes their escape from the Reich, fighting through a speeding train to reach the demo's end. It's all pretty thrilling, and a lot more action packed than Metro fans are used to.
Deep Silver have announced that Metro: Last Light will be included with the 300 Steam Machine prototypes that will be shipping to lucky people soon. Just the other day 4A Games released the game for Linux, and now it makes a ...more
The Linux version of Metro: Last Light is now available and, if you own 4A Games' post-apocalyptic shooter on Steam, it's all yours at no extra charge.
A welcome addition to the platform's library of Linux titles, particularl...more
Faction Pack, the new story based add-on content for Metro: Last Light is now available. This pack features three new single-player missions, with each mission focusing on a different faction from the game. So you'll be on t...more
The first of four planned add-ons for Metro: Last Light drops on Tuesday, July 16 for Xbox Live, Steam, and PlayStation Network in North America. European PSN and everywhere else will get the Faction Pack ($4.99 / £3.99...more
Deep Silver revealed that Metro: Last Light has been kicking some serious ass. In its first week alone, US retail sales eclipsed 2033's lifetime sales. Last Light sales on the PC tripled Metro 2033's worldwide, and across all...more
Four downloadable content packs are in the works for Metro: Last Light, starting with the Faction Pack in June. It and the Chronicles Pack will introduce further story content, followed by "a unique solo challenge to Metro ve...more
The lack of a customizable field-of-view is understandably a sticking point for certain PC gamers. It was no surprise, then, to see a big release like Metro: Last Light take some heat for not having a FOV slider. Today, an up...more
On a budget but looking to pick up a copy of Metro: Last Light? Well then, look no further. Sony is offering Deep Silver's scary shooter at a discounted price for PlayStation Plus members.
Subscribers can grab 4A Games' latest effort for $47.99 (20% off) starting tomorrow as a part of this week's PlayStation Store Update. Happy hunting, comrades!more
Metro 2033 is a game so good, Destructoid reviewed it a year and a half after its release, finally giving it a scored assessment after the original reviewer made it to chapter three and gave up. The claustrophobic Ukrain...more
The latest trailer for Metro: Last Light is called Redemption, and sees the character Anna talking about protagonist Artyom. Anna is the top sniper of the Spartan Order of Rangers, and daughter of the underground's lead...more
I got my hands on Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel recently, and I've got some hot info on the new mechanics, and one of the new player characters, Athena the Gladiator. The game's new Stingray vehicle has a neat trick to it, the...more
Bethesda said its big reveal of Doom -- that is in fact "Doom," not "Doom 4" -- at QuakeCon would be for attendees only, not for us Internet ne'er-do-wells, but I still watched the QuakeCon stream like a sucker, anyway. When ...more
Our own Chris Carter gave Wolfenstein: The New Order a favorable review but in the weeks since I've come across even higher praise for MachineGames' take on the iconic series. Some of you out there really, truly dig this game...more