Metro: Redux Reviews

Packing in two remastered adventures and tons of bonus content, Metro: Redux is Moscow’s underworld at its best.

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Metro Redux finally does the series justice on consoles, providing excellent visual and gameplay overhauls to both Metro 2033 and Last Light.

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Then again, Metro Redux isn’t really about any one of these people–not Artyom, not any so-called Dark One, not Bourbon, and certainly not any of the game’s few women, most of whom exist as entertainment for men, whether as can-can dancers or as naked silhouettes. No, this compilation is about a place. It’s a place where you can hear the laughter of children long since dead, and the screams of aircraft passengers moments before their incineration. It’s a place where you must fear both the hideous mutants that prowl as well as humankind–and yet it’s only with humankind that you might find safety. It’s that ebb and flow, that movement in and out of danger, and the panic you feel when danger finds you even when you think you should be most at peace, that makes Metro Redux such an excellent tour through the best and worst of a society in ruins.

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