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Breathtaking atmosphere and world design.
Great voice acting.
Rewards exploration and observation.
Some clever weapons.
Mediocre enemy AI.
Sometimes stifling linearity.
Gunplay feels underwhelming.
Incorporates stale quicktime events.
Occasional slowdown in frantic moments.
Darkness is sometimes overbearing.
By GamingShogun on July 26, 2011
2033 will not be a good year for human beings if Metro 2033 has captured our future right, but it is a good time for gaming. Based on the 2003 (get the year?) book of the same title by Dmitry Glukhovsky, Metro 2033 is set in a bleak underground world...
By TheTechLounge on July 28, 2010
Are You Shocked Yet? Metro 2033 is big. There are so many details for you to linger over, so many awe-inspiring sights all falling to bits, so much variety in its locales, that the whole time I played it I was overwhelmed by its people, its scenery,...
By Maximum PC on June 22, 2010
Not quite the ride of your life We liked Metro 2033. We really did. But we wanted to love it. Its dusty, downtrodden, nuked-to-oblivion vision of a post-apocalyptic future is a thing of perverse beauty. At once terrifying and unsettlingly believable,...
By Smarthouse on May 02, 2010
Metro 2033 is based on the post-apocalyptic Russian novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky. The world is reduced to rubble following a nuclear holocaust. The people of Moscow are now living on the Moscow Metro, with each station becoming mini-states. Players take...
By Game Chronicles Magazine on April 21, 2010
If I were to tell you that I grew up in underground facility for most of my life you would either think that I lived a sheltered life in a nuclear bunker or I just described the opening to one of the biggest console and PC titles in the last couple...
By Computeractive on April 20, 2010
If you prefer the slower pace of single-player games, Metro 2033 will have you hooked from start to...
By Tech2 on April 16, 2010
Enemies in Metro 2033 can be pretty relentless at times. You'll face various types of mutant creatures, well armed humans and some of the supernatural variety which I wouldn't like to spoil here. At various points the game encourages stealth...
By AsiaOne on April 16, 2010
This game will suck you into its virtual world, but kinks such as inaccurate weapons and straightforward play mar the...
By HardOCP on April 05, 2010
Metro 2033 is a competent survival shooter with some stout hardware requirements. With all of the high-end graphics features enabled, you will need a seriously powerful video card to play at a high resolution. The Radeon HD 5870 can do it right now,...
By Gaming Age on April 01, 2010
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. was an interesting game, because it was so poorly coded. In fact it was nearly unplayable without the community that modded and supported it past release. Even I tried to play it on a modern-age gaming PC and found that the game...
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