Be ready to revisit the radiation-filled subways of post-apocalyptic Moscow in the best way possible with Metro Redux.
Metro: Last Light
Both Metro 2033 and Metro:Last Light are being remastered and overhauled for next-gen consoles.
Kiev, Ukraine-based 4A Games has announced it will be expanding its game development capabilities by opening a second studio in in southern Europe.
This post-apocalyptic Russian shooter is returning to the subway lines of Moscow with a fresh coat of paint.
We're got frightening monsters, forgetful corporations, crossing fighters and more with February's list of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
In a crowded marketplace overflowing with first person shooters, it’s not easy to make a game stand out from the competition. Fortunately, the developers behind Metro: Last Light have a genre that hasn’t been explored too deeply by the rest of the world. Sure, the post-apocalyptic genre has become pretty commonplace, but post-apocalyptic Russia? That's another story entirely.