Metro Last Light

Grab The Latest Guilty Gear Game For $8 With PlayStation’s ‘Attack of the Blockbuster’ Sale

‘Attack of the Blockbuster’ isn’t the return of the now defunct 90s / 00s video rental chain but the name of the latest large sale on the PlayStation Network. Featuring games from publishers like Electronic Arts, Arc System Works, 2K Games, Activision, Square Enix, Nippon Ichi Software and Square Enix – it is clear that Sony is going for AAA deals this week. Some of the standout titles (at least to my tastes) include a deeply discounted...

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Games For Gold Announced For August 2015

If you are a fan of action games than this month’s crop of free titles for Xbox Live’s Games With Gold might interest you. First up for Xbox One – just before the launch of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is MGS V: Ground Zeroes for free from August 1st – 15th. Top down zombie apocalypse survival title How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition will be free from Aug 16th – August 31st.   Xbox...

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Metro: Last Light Gives Insight On How To Survive

Deep Silver, publishing giant known for the fantastic Dead Island game, has just release a new video to promote their newly acquired IP Metro. This video gives players an idea about survival in Metro: The Last Light and is the first video in three part series. The Metro IP was formerly owned by THQ, but due to it going bankrupt Deep Silver jumped in a bid for the franchise rights. The first game sort of flew under the...

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Metro: Last Light Offers Salvation

I can’t stress enough how highly underrated Metro 2033 was – probably due to lack of top tier marketing and an overabundance of high profile shooters that made it pale in comparison to some. Well, it only scored a 77/100 on Metacritic, but it’s by far one of my top new IP’s of this generation of consoles (behind Borderlands lol). The sequel, titled Metro: Last Light, which was recently acquired by Deep Silver after THQ’s downfall is...

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Metro Last Light’s Short Film Lets Us Watch The Bombs Drop

Metro Last Light, the follow up to post apocalyptic first person shooter Metro 2033, might have been delayed until 2013 but that doesn’t mean the game shouldn’t come out swinging during the pre-e3 madness. In the latest live action short, released to promote the game, we follow average citizens of Moscow as the bombs begin to fall. As you would expect the world is full of panic as nuclear death quickly approaches! Does this trailer have army...

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