Metro 2033 Review

Posted: April 1, 2010
Metro 2033 Review
Head back to the post-apocalyptic wasteland as we review Metro 2033. Will this game stand out from the crowd? Find out in this X-Play review of Metro 2033!

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  • borgeater

    Lol @ sessler thinking fallout 3 has more depth.

    Posted: December 15, 2010 8:00 AM
  • AlexKaif

    Fair score for fairly ok game.
    Its cool/funny to change the language to Russian
    if you understand and speak it like i do.
    Because the acsents sound terrible...

    Posted: May 16, 2010 3:15 PM
  • tzarNIKOLAS

    I'm enjoying this game so far. I'm about 4 or so hours in and it just keeps getting better... to sum it up, this game is about 60% Fallout 3 , 20% Half-Life, 15% Stalker and 5% Call of Duty. especially in the mechanics of the game play. The Linear story and the characters that help you along the way make this game feel like Half life in a very good way. There are absolutely no RPG elements to this game as compared to Fallout, but i like to think of this game almost as the fallout Story told from the Russian Perspective. Throughout the story there are some very unique twists that make Metro stand out from the rest of the post-nuclear crowd, and add to the overall atmosphere of the decrepit wastes which help to immerse you in Artyom's story. The controls and the extremely bland sound design take a lot away from this game, but it is still worth playing in the end. I give Metro 2033 4/5 stars

    Posted: May 14, 2010 6:27 PM
  • Ryne S.

    The game is alright. I got the pc version. It gets boring after awhile just shooting monsters. It lasts about 10 hours and theres muilt path ways you can take...that's if you want to play it again.

    Posted: April 12, 2010 5:49 PM
  • Ki11erK1ng

    They could have done better with free roaming just like fallout 3 because i dont liked to be pushed to do a objective i'd rather do it at my own pase.

    Posted: April 7, 2010 11:03 PM
  • ScienceOfSleep

    hmm looks a lot more interesting than fallout in terms of atmosphere. and no cliche "old music" that is supposed to be ironic or what have you, that has been showing up in way to many games. bioshock yes it was great but now there's just too many.

    Posted: April 7, 2010 7:45 AM