Metro: Last Light Redux Summary


Metro: Last Light Redux Review

A remastered version of a game barely a year old? How does this work then?

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Deep Silver puts the oddest of pairings together in a new bundle

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Sometimes it slips the mind just how varied developer Deep Silver's back catalogue really is, right up until two of their bigger franchises are put side by side in a bundle. Interestingly enough that's exactly what is happening. Today Deep Silver put a bundle together on steam featuring the Saint's Row and Metro franchises.

Windows 10 trumps SteamOS in comparison testing

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Valve has been hard at work getting Steam Machines out the door and onto the market running on the Steam OS. Powered by Linux, Valve's machines and OS have been an attempt for the mega-popular developer/distributor to get gain more ground as a dominant format in gaming. However, in a recent test, Windows was able to outperform SteamOS in nearly every way.

Metro Redux hits top of the UK charts”

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Not bad for a re-release - 4A's remastered Metro Redux has taken the top spot in the UK gaming charts, knocking Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition (another re-release there) back down into second place.

It's not much of a chart right now to be honest, the dog days of Summer have left three remastered games to take the top spot, while the rest of the top 10 is made up of games that have been out a while already.

Metro's 4A Games after a more "sand-box-style experience - less linear"

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Metro 2033 and Last Light developer 4A Games is looking to add more sandbox in their next game. Their designers want a "less linear but still hugely story-driven" title.

Chief technical officer Oles Shishkovstov from 4A Games wouldn't go into much detail but did reveal they're toying with new approaches to visuals as well, leaning more on physics.

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