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Metro Exodus Review

Everything in Metro Exodus wants to kill you: the environment, the animals and many of your fellow humans. Coming out of the tunnels, you burst upon a brilliantly lit landscape and breathe a sigh of relief until your Geiger counter starts clicking like bebop drummer and you see the pack of irradiated wolves circling you.

Metro Exodus Review

Deadlight: Director's Cut

There is perhaps enough to like in Deadlight: Director’s Cut to give it a shot if you find it on sale. For the most part though, it is a middling experience that you probably won’t be eager to revisit.

Deadlight: Director's Cut

Dead Island Retro Revenge

Remember when the internet lost its mind over the debut trailer for Dead Island? Expectations shot through the roof and a movie deal struck on the spot. All because Techland’s slickly produced CG cinematic about a family attacked by zombies in a posh island resort. None of that reached the game, comically enough, when the true cast of characters were revealed: a rapper, hotel receptionist, an athlete, and a task force officer).

Dead Island Retro Revenge

This War of Mine: The Little Ones

The additional content only adds to the horrors of war and for that I would say if you haven’t yet played This War of Mine, then The Little Ones is the right place to jump in.

This War of Mine: The Little Ones

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell

If you loved Saints Row IV, you will love Gat out of Hell. There's plenty of content here and even though much hasn't changed, playing as Johnny Gat in Hell translates to a humorous adventure with exaggerated gameplay elements that only Saints Row can deliver.

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell

Metro: Last Light

Nevertheless, Last Light succeeds due to 4A’s attention to detail. Every overheard conversation, every child bundled up in rags and playing without a care, and every last bit of hardscrabble technology give the Metro that “living, breathing” feel that so many games chase. It’s a relentlessly tense stealth-action shooter that manages to make its dead-horse premise feel as if it’s never been seen before now.

Metro: Last Light

Dead Island

Dead Island is one of the most ambitious games I have seen in a long time and while I didn’t have any high expectations for this game it managed to blow me away and provide hours of fun from start to finish. Lately it could be said that there is an oversaturation of zombies in games and that it is getting a little tiring but Dead Island proves that killing zombies can still be fun and unique and is a must play for any fan of the zombie horror genre.

Dead Island