Metro: Last Light NOT a “flawed masterpiece”

Posted By | On 30th, Aug. 2011 Under News | Follow This Author @Shubhankar2508


Most of us who played Metro 2033 loved it a lot, but also noticed that it had a lot of flaws. And thus, it was given the title of a “flawed masterpiece.” THQ is trying to make sure that they address all the problems in the sequel, Metro: Last Light, and removed the “flawed” part from the title.

“We did listen to all the feedback,” THQ’s Mark Madsen told Gamespot in this video interview we reported on. “There were some issues with the stealth, our enemy AI, sometimes the weapons didn’t feel quite right, the ammunition as currency wasn’t clearly explained to everyone.

“That – and then some – has all been taken into account, and we’re going down line by line and addressing it and making sure that when Metro: Last Light does ship, it isn’t considered a flawed masterpiece.”

The development team at 4A Games is looking to minimalize the use of the HUD as much as possible, and try and use the in-game cues some more.

“That – and then some – has all been taken into account, and we’re going down line by line and addressing it and making sure that when Metro: Last Light does ship, it isn’t considered a flawed masterpiece.”

Metro: Last Light will be out next year for the HD twins and the PC. A Wii U version is also planned. We honestly cannot wait.


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