Metro: Last Light
If you love perpetual traffic, piles of rubble as far as the eye can see, an utterly destroyed, post-apocalyptic Moscow, and the general feeling of eeriness and abandonment that seeps from Dark sewers and the unofficially marked graves of nearly every square inch of an entire city, then Metro: Last Light is easily the game for you.
In this sequel to Moscow: 2033, Artyom is back again to kick some serious ass. And now, he has a friend with him to help take down some unwanted Enemies.
In this game, the mood and vibe of the post-apocalyptic Moscow landscape are sure to envelop you like a warm blanket, a blanket that then proceeds with its attempt to permanently smother you. However, with the use of the Wii U controller, Artyom will have more tricks up his sleeve to avoid the mutated Monsters from the city’s surface and stealthily take down the soldiers of the Reich while lurking under the city.
Under the cloak of Darkness in the city’s subway system, Artyom is able to sneakily get away with brutal takedowns. But don’t be lulled into a fall sense of security and silence; there are plenty of chain Guns placed perfectly around the Maps, along with many other goodies to really take some names and make some noise. Metro: Last Light is sure to make all gamers savor the light when it is around, and hold their breath while trudging through the city’s Creepy underground.