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- Immerse yourself in the Moscow Metro - witness one of the most atmospheric worlds in gaming brought to life with stunning next-gen visuals at 60FPS
- Brave the horrors of the Russian apocalypse - equip your gasmask and an arsenal of hand-made weaponry as you face the threat of deadly mutants, human foes, and the terrifying environment itself
- Rebuilt and Remastered for next gen - with all previous DLC content included, new modes and features, and many gameplay improvements, this is the definitive version of the critically acclaimed series that fans and newcomers alike will enjoy
- Two campaigns, and all DLC included - Metro Redux includes two complete campaigns that combine to create one epic adventure. With 10 hours of bonus content, that means 30+ hours of solo FPS gameplay just on one play-through
- Two unique Play Styles : 'Spartan' and 'Survival' - approach the campaign as a slow burn Survival Horror , or tackle it with the combat skills of a Spartan Ranger in these two unique modes
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Metro Redux is the ultimate double game collection, including the definitive versions of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, each rebuilt in the latest and greatest iteration of the 4A Engine for next-gen consoles. For the first time, console owners can expect smooth 60FPS gameplay and state of the art visuals that were once only available on high-end PC hardware. Newcomers to the series will get the chance to experience two of the finest story-driven shooters of all time in one vast package; an epic adventure combining gripping survival horror, exploration and tactical combat and stealth. Fans of the original games will find the unique world of Metro transformed with incredible new lighting, physics and dynamic weather effects, as well as a host of gameplay improvements and new features.
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This is a heavy single player experience and I FREAKING LOVE IT!!! I'm a huge Fallout fan and while this is no Fallout it will definitely scratch that itch. Two games on one disc adds up to a incredible value and IMO every ps4 owner should have this game in their collection.
I have never played the Metro series before although I really wanted to but did not have a 360 to play 2033 and later did not want to start with Last Light on ps3 without playing 2033. This redux saved me from both problems and the fact that it was also the best versions of the games with all dlc is crazy amazing.
Within the first few minutes I knew I was in for a treat. The atmosphere, the music, the narration, the Russian accents, the dark environments, the suspense, the fear, the need for survival and on and on and on...all this creates some of the best immersion in video gaming period. The metro itself is a character in the game I feel...a very important one in that as well, the metro can be scary and dark yet at times its soothing and comforting in the context of the situation. The scenario in these games is not unbelievable either...people trying to live in this post apocalyptic world. You will see kids/people begging for bullets(the currency in game), people talking about their problems or loss of loved ones, merchants selling things and trying to run their businesses, THAT AMAZING GUITAR TUNE...all this will make you feel a part of the world in a very big way and not many video games can get the player to feel as such. For the immersion alone this redux is worth the money and 5/5 stars.
The story is interesting too. Some reviews said it starts slow then picks up but I was gripped as soon as I heard the first narrative, I do admit that it gets better but it was not sluggish/slow to me at least. The weapons, looting, customization and everything was as expected and adds some minor rpg elements. Its not as detailed as Fallout but that's fine because Metro is its own game and in a very good way. The controls all work as they should and the best part is that 2033 uses Last Light's controls, because of this both games are smooth to play.
Overall this collection of the Metro games needs to be in every gamer's collection. This game is what the gaming industry needs to be. I understand MP is important to people but single player needs to be as well. Don't get me wrong, if you enjoy COD or Battlefield with their yearly installments that's fine...BUT when companies can get away with selling unfinished/broken/buggy games then I have a problem. Metro Redux is everything I look for in a game. Story, gameplay, heavy single player focus and tons of content. Oh and a challenge too. Metro is a great challenge but not in a annoying way more in a "I got this" or "One More Time" way. I highly recommend Metro Redux to all kinds of gamers because it is a great experience and will stay with you like it will for me. The gaming industry needs more games like Metro Redux in different genres as well. Game On!!
Now I'll tell you what I'm not a fan of remastered games; I firmly believe that if I've already played a game recently there has to be some strong type of incentive to make me want to play it again. Slightly up-resed graphics and 60fps together won't do it for me when considering going back to play the same game from before. Metro Redux, however, isn't just some cheaply ported cash grab I think most remasters are. I didn't play 2033 until I bought this, but it has implemented features that were introduced in Last Light and improved from what held it back in 2010. 2033 benefits from better AI, improved NPC animations, quicker load times, the mask wipe feature, Ranger/Spartan mode, as well as many other features that weren't included when the game first released. Factor in those new features alongside the improved graphics and frame rate and Metro 2033 is more than just a remaster...it's a remake.
Now Metro is a hybrid of a game, being a post-apocalyptic FPS/Action/StealthSurvival/Horror game is something that makes the game truly unique considering the industry has so many FPS game already. I find the biggest strength is it's immersion in its' world. The world is ravaged following a nuclear disaster that resulted in the survivors taking refuge in the Russian metro train stations serving as fallout shelters while others transforming into mutants. You play as Artyom, a ranger who ultimately must travel through the metro and the irradiated remnants of the surface world in search of the Dark Ones, a strange alien race that the humans see as a threat. Throughout the games you'll face a combination of rival human factions as well as mutants hellblade bent on killing you as well. It's an interesting dynamic because Metro can switch from being a stealth game one moment then flip the script into survival horror territory the next. I really enjoy how these mashups work for this game as the survival horror is done extremely well particularly with Metro 2033.
I do believe that strictly in terms of gameplay that this is one of the immersive games that I've played. Despite being called Metro Redux there are plenty of opportunities for exploration allowing the player to find more weapons, ammo, and resources. Also when roaming the metro or wasteland you must pay attention to details to survive. If you're going up to the toxic surface you need to equip your gas mask alongside some air filters to breathe. Be mindful that a single filter will last for only 5 minutes and that your visor can break when taking damage from enemies as well. If either happens while on the surface Artyom will to start to suffocate and gasp for air so take care of your equipment and look for spare filters whenever possible. There are of course other features to be mindful as well. Too much blood or water obscuring your mask? Quickly wipe it off. Flashlight battery too low? Charge the generator. Your pneumatic weapon's air level too low? Well pump it. All of these add to the experience without feeling tedious to me and I frequently found myself paranoid making sure that nothing went wrong at the worst time.
I do feel that this game is far from perfect however. I found the actual narrative to be especially weak despite having a unique premise. The voice acting, characters, facial animations, lip synching felt poorly done throughout as I hardly sympathized with this oppressive lifestyle that society had to adapt to. The overall narrative, despite having some worthy moments, also felt pretty lackluster in the end and lacking proper context and storytelling at times. I especially hated the lame Russian accents as they felt extremely forced and unnatural. It's also strange that Artyom speaks during loading screens yet has no dialogue throughout the entire game having almost no personality or connection to the player. I also feel that the game works best as a stealth and horror game as tension and fear are very useful tools sometimes replaced with generic set pieces. Oftentimes the developers thought it would great to just throw a ton of enemies at you and turn the game into some underwhelming action sequence killing waves of the same enemy type. Also I feel that despite having different options some of the weapons simply aren't as exciting to use as I hoped. I.E. The majority of the assault rifles and sub machine guns felt the same.
Overall I think Metro Redux is well worth buying especially around $20 which is pretty generous considering you'll be getting 2 games. It's fresh and unique enough to keep you playing even if you don't like the story and there's at least 20 hours worth of content overall. The second game includes various DLC missions from different characters to keep you playing once you've finished the main story as well. So why not take a step into the metro?
-Looks good running at 1080p 60fps
-Both games look very similar graphically making it seems like one big game
-Great Atmosphere for the most part
-Combat is solid
-Great overall ending
-Uneven voice acting for some characters
-Fascial animations don't always fit dialogue
Side notes:Metro Last Light has alternate endings. A lot like Bioshock, save instead of killing and you'll get the good ending but its difficult to get but both endings are good. If you are a fan of games like Bioshock,Dishonored, Far Cry, Gone Home, you'll love this game.