Dmitry Glukhosvky, the author of Metro 2033 and writer of 4A Games' Metro: Last Light, shares his unique perspective on building a franchise that gives fans the opportunity to take ownership of the fictional universe.
4A Games Metro: Last Light was, like South Park: The Stick of Truth, an all but finished game set adrift by THQ's bankruptcy proceedings. Koch Media picked up the series, but has been mum about a release date. Metro: Last Light is now scheduled for May, and…
We see how 4A Games' efforts on Metro: Last Light are progressing in a hands-off preview look at several scattered moments from the campaign.
Assuming you have at least one dollar and a desire to own a surprisingly large number of relatively recent big-budget THQ titles, the newly-announced Humble THQ Bundle should prove a very enticing proposition.
The popular consensus in the video game publishing business is that the era of the single player video game is over. The only way to succeed, especially with smaller properties, is to go multiplayer. Metro: Last Light publisher 4A Games disagrees, and cancels…
Barring production catastrophes, the next video game to be adapted for the silver screen might be cult hit Metro 2033.
Fans of Metro 2033 should be very excited for the upcoming Metro: Last Light. Everyone else? Maybe not so much.
E3 footage for THQ's Metro: Last Light highlights the advantages of employing a stealth approach in the game's interactive, destructible environments.
It's still a ways from release, but the guys at 4A Games and THQ gave us an impressive run through of Metro: Last Light, the sequel to the post-apocalyptic thriller Metro 2033, which will also arrive on the Wii U.
A sequel to 4A Games post-apocalyptic shooter called Metro: Last Light has released its first trailer.
OnLive offers a free MicroConsole and bonus game with the purchase of THQ's upcoming first-person shooter, Homefront.
Wanna run around Moscow's subway system blasting mutant monsters and carving out a future for a post-apocalyptic human race? Welcome to Metro 2033.
THQ has announced a new first-person shooter based on Dmitry Glukhovsky's Russian novel Metro 2033: can you survive in the ruins of Moscow's shattered subway system?