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Over 46,000 people attended E3 2011, meaning only 0.000006% of the population had an opportunity to drop by THQ's booth to see the Metro: Last Light gameplay demo. Thankfully, the publisher has seen fit to release another sneak peak of 4A-Games' post-apocalyptic action game to the general public, so we can all see why trying to “slip through the enemy station undetected” absolutely never works in a video game.
Metro: Last Light finds main man Artyom still fighting the good fight in the tunnels of Moscow following the cataclysmic events of the first game, Metro 2033. It is due in 2012 for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC and (96.7% maybe) for the Wii U.
This video is a continuation of the footage shown at E3. Check out the first part here.
Jul 29, 2011
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