THQ has released a new “gameplay” trailer for the upcoming Metro: Last Light. I throw “gameplay” in quotes simply because the only real taste of actual gameplay we get is the slow reloading and walking that happens in the first person perspective towards the tail end of the clip.
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Live action trailers for video games, as far as I’m concerned, are never really that good. They don’t do much to show off what’s coming, and it’s for that reason that I always take them lightly. The trailer at the head of this post, however, is engaging. It’s also depressing. The video’s description on YouTube […]
The gameplay clip of Metro: Last Light, released by THQ, rocked a lot of the media and attendees at this year’s E3 convention. As the video indicates, the eyes-on, live demo brought in 20 awards from different publications. “Welcome to Moscow” created some all-too-valuable buzz for Metro‘s next. Now, you can find out why. You’ll also […]
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Metro: Last Light is currently set to launch for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms in March of 2013. We’ll have more on the game as it comes.