Metro 2033 was the most surprising game for me. I love it now. One of the best single player experiences I've had. Something about the setting resonates very well with me. And they managed to pull off such a high level of immersion. And the way they integrated the stories philosophical views of humanity directly into the gameplay with the hidden morality system; pure genius. Everything about the story telling was top-notch. I think the game was too subtle to be appreciated by most, but that subtly is what makes it so darn good. (also it was 'too short'. If it had been a bigger, longer game somehow with out sacrificing the quality.) I'm very excited for this game. I know Bioshock infinite will be great, but i cant help but think this game will effect me more because of its more honest, un-biased, and un-idealized look at humanity. I can't wait.
Your right bro , They should not pick on the make believe friend for grown ups after all who else would tell crazy people who and how many people to kill or how. I mean gee if you took away that what would man go to war for then cheese wiz. It's a game like all things in life its up to the individual to view it , play it or review it.
dont play it then
@momarco its a game calm down remember made up scenarios but stop getting religious too i respect your faith but you saying they shouldn't have said that come on its just a story
@momarco I thought it was a good way for them to show the disillusionment of many survivors; if the entire world was destroyed, more than a few people would think God had left.
@Epicurus-Reborn Like Half Life and other old fps games like System Shock. The story was told in a different way...cut scenes are great and all, but they have to actually have time put into them to be as good as just letting your character experience everything.
@GhoX Ya, I know right?