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First part of Metro: Last Light E3 demo is go

Thursday, 14th July 2011 14:00 GMT By Johnny Cullen

THQ’s launched the first part of the Metro: Last Light E3 demo, as promised. This is the first of a three-parter that’ll go live on the game’s YouTube channel within the next couple of weeks. The next part will go live on July 28.

Game’s out in 2012 for PS3, 360 and PC. Read our impressions and interview from E3 with Huw Beynon of THQ here.

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  1. Erthazus

    I liked everything except for the last part.

    Now i seriously regret that they are not making Metro 2034 that is based by the novel. Who the fuck built a machine gun in the metro station in Moscow?

    Upd: also, VDNKh confirmed as a metro station. cool :)

    #1 3 years ago
  2. freedoms_stain

    Lookin good. I hope they’ve retained the atmosphere of the original. One of the things I loved about that game was how there could be nothing happening yet I’d still be completely engrossed.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Christopher Jack

    @1, Either it’s a prewar weapon or there’s a skilled engineer in that station, The most likely scenario, just for the lulz :P

    Very nice, really respect the team behind this game.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. YoungZer0

    @1: Have you even read the book? There is no way that the book would translate successfully into a game.

    As always you’ve no idea what you’re talking about.

    #4 3 years ago
  5. Erthazus

    @4, i know for sure that you never even touched it. Because Metro 2033 game perfectly translated the most important parts in to the game.
    also, i know Russian very well and i read book in the original and played the game in the original, so please… Fuck off. Ok? Ok. Thanks.

    @CJ,
    “Either it’s a prewar weapon or there’s a skilled engineer in that station, The most likely scenario, just for the lulz”

    haha :D

    #5 3 years ago
  6. YoungZer0

    @5: I have read both books. Metro 2034 (We are talking about Metro 2034, remember?) has a completely different narrative structure from the first one, one that absolutely does not work with a FPS. Different people, different stories that barely touch each other.

    I doubt you have read it. Or do you really think the part about the girl and her old man would translate well into a FPS? Once again showing off how little you understand.

    Oh and i’m proud that you speak russian “very well” (if it’s like your english then well … it’s bad), which i also do. Also played the game in russian. So … jibala sakroi, pridurak.

    #6 3 years ago
  7. MadFingerz

    ^Remember – no Russian.

    Seems to have some improvements over the first one but the game would be so much better if the development time was extended. Gameplay and art direction could also be more ambitious.

    #7 3 years ago
  8. Prof.Dr.Moertel

    I think it was announced for Wii U too, right?

    #8 3 years ago
  9. Moonwalker1982

    Yep, but i see no reason to buy a Wii U for it when Nintendo has basically confirmed the console will be on par with the current consoles. It’s not even slightly more powerful, oh Ninty what the hell are you doing?

    #9 3 years ago
  10. Prof.Dr.Moertel

    I´m just thrilled to see the “awesome” *cough* exclusive Wii U features :P

    #10 3 years ago
  11. Erthazus

    @youngZero,
    “jibala sakroi, pridurak”

    you know so much that you can’t even spell it right in Latin :D you know about Russian language two words: “vodka” and “Privet” with your Russian knowledge.

    It’s “Jebalo zakroj, pridurok.”
    :D

    “(We are talking about Metro 2034, remember?) ”

    your damaged brain talks about Metro 2034.

    “I doubt you have read it. Or do you really think the part about the girl and her old man would translate well into a FPS? Once again showing off how little you understand.”

    it has nothing to do with my comment professor. Think before you say something. I wanted just a next book to be told in the videogame.

    #11 3 years ago
  12. YoungZer0

    “you know so much that you can’t even spell it right in Latin” There is no “spell it right” in Latin. But I’m glad you still understood it.

    ““(We are talking about Metro 2034, remember?) ”

    your damaged brain talks about Metro 2034.”

    So we are not talking about Metro 2034?

    But you said:

    “Now i seriously regret that they are not making Metro 2034 that is based by the novel.”

    What i understand from your broken english: I regret they are not making a Metro Game based on the Book Metro 2034.

    If that isn’t what you wanted to say, you might consider working on your english. It’s the #1 reason why most people don’t understand you and why you don’t understand people here at all.

    “I wanted just a next book to be told in the videogame.”

    The next book? There is no next book. Metro 2034 was the last Metro Book written by Dmitry Glukhovsky.

    Jesus, dude, you seriously need to visit some doctor, your brain seems to be leaking out. You don’t even remember what you were saying two hours ago. Normally it wouldn’t be a problem, but this is the internet, we can see the stuff you have written. And it looks like you’re either five persons or someone who’s completely lost.

    #12 3 years ago
  13. Maximum Payne

    @12 He just meant next GAME to be from book Metro 2034

    #13 3 years ago
  14. YoungZer0

    @12: Does he? So my previous comment still stands: It would not translate well into a videogame. Someone who’d read the book would know.

    #14 3 years ago
  15. Maximum Payne

    @14 I wouldn’t know I didn’t reed :)

    #15 3 years ago