The first game was definitely rough around the edges, but despite the flaws I genuinely enjoyed the experience! I'm really hoping they can maintain those aspects they handled well (such as the atmosphere and presentation) and flesh out the gameplay mechanics and graphics to live up to the potential of the original. The orignal formula was conceptually brilliant, and with some more refinement under the hood and a generous coat of polish this could be a really fantastic game! This is an excellent example of a shooter that isn't constrained by the popular trends; even if it's not perfect, it's something fresh and compelling in an increasingly generic shooter landscape...
Enter the Metro - Metro: Last Light Making of Trailer
Sample recording taken with AverMedia's Live Gamer Portable. 720p, 60fps, 60mbps.Posted May 17, 2013 | 1:18 | 2,785 Views
Sample recording taken with AverMedia's Live Gamer Portable. 720p, 60fps, 60mbps.Posted May 17, 2013 | 1:21 | 1,278 Views
Minimum specs: Consoles; Recommended specs: PC. That's how it's supposed to go, right? See for yourself in this graphics comparison! Note: Video compression may alter the true visual appearance of the game.Posted May 14, 2013 | 5:38 | 41,231 Views
Artyom chases a Dark One on the surface.Posted May 14, 2013 | 3:51 | 3,143 Views
There's a time for the knife and a time for the shotgun.Posted May 14, 2013 | 3:58 | 2,647 Views
- Jun 21, 2012
Go behind the scenes and into the making of the short film, "Enter the Metro."
I thought Gamespot protected adult content. The language in this is more than colourful. Is Gamespot no longer safe for my kids to surf unsupervised any more?
Do you really think you should be relying on a site like Gamespot to determine what is appropriate for your children? This site is chalk full of content I wouldn't personally want my children browsing, "protected" or not. Discernment regarding what your children are exposed to, especially online, is part of your responsibility as a parent, not the editors of a primarily adult-oriented gaming site...
Please don't let people like KensKart colour your perception of PC gamers we don't all look down our noses at consoles. Also AMD are not simply better than Nvidia both company's cards have different strengths its all down to personal preference as is the choice of gaming system.
Good luck playing this game on console!! The in game graphics will be awesome on pc. While those so called game consoles will loose out because of there out date graphics processor. You boys in console wake up and get a pair. PC is were its at!!! Oh and you Nvidia people need to move over and go to AMD graphics card which kill Nvidia. Good luck and killem all!!!
@KensKarts You're an idiot and a waste to the gene pool. Also its 'Their' not 'There' and 'outdated' not 'out date' and 'graphics processing unit' not 'graphics processor' and 'with a console' not 'in console'. Also it's 'where' and not 'were' - three exclamation marks are gross use of the symbol and are not needed to stress your point grammatically. There must be a comma after 'Oh'
Listen before you come here and post your retarded rubbish all over these post's, please take a moment to remember that no one cares for your ideals of segregation and belittling. Each individual has their preference; that is what makes gaming so fantastic - the fact we are not all the same yet we are all here for the same reason.
First off, the whole "fanboy" mentality really gets under my skin; different platforms feel different and people are entitled to their personal preferences. But when it comes to the PC/Console debate, there's an economic factor. Not every person (myself included) can just drop thousands of dollars on a top-of-the-line gaming rig that will outperform a console (and then update it regularly to keep up with the latest games). The cost-to-performance ratio of a console is still much better than a PC if the primary purpose is gaming. So whether or not I might enjoy gaming on a PC, that's not in the cards. I have a lower-middle-income life, full-time school, and a family to provide for, and that trumps the latest Alienware. So forgive me if I take a little offense at fanboy rants about the superiority of the PC experience when there are many who simply don't have the means. Stop being a snob and let people enjoy their games on whatever platform they choose...
Nice insight there into how much work goes into these trailers.
Can't wait to see more on this game.