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Metro Last Light (PC DVD) by Deep Silver
Metro Last Light (PC DVD) by Deep Silver
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bit expensive, 24 Dec 2013
Metro Last Light improves on Metro 2033 in almost every department. Metro Last Lights graphics are stunning and more importantly the gameplay itself adds to the overall atmosphere of the game, for example trying desperately to conserve ammo makes the game that much more immersive. Thankfully stealth has been improved from the first game, making a non lethal playthrough far more enjoyable.

The only real issue i have with Metro Last Light is the length and how linear it is, by no means do i believe it should be open world but it would have benefited no end from having altenate pathways rather than simply either taking the guards out lethally or non lethally. Perhaps not worth the… Read more
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (PC DVD) by Bethesda
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant game, 24 Dec 2013
Skyrim is an open world RPG in the popular Elder Scrolls series. Skyrim does a good job on improving on Oblivion by removing the disappointing levelling system and with more handcrafted dungeons and other locations. Combat in Skyrim is immensely fun and is definitely the best it has ever been in the Elder Scrolls series, the graphics are also significantly better giving the different races a far unique appearance. Mods are incredibly easy to use now thanks to the Steam workshop which gives Skyrim far more replayability and allows for graphical and gameplay enhancement.

Unfortunately some areas of the game including magic has been simplified. There's far fewer spells in Skyrim… Read more
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 5th Anniversary Edi&hellip by Bethesda
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid RPG, 24 Dec 2013
I would recommend Oblivion to any fan of RPG's, Oblivion may not live up to the expectations of Morrowind and nor does it have the graphics of Skyrim but in my opinion Oblivion is a superb game. The main story and the guilds are far better than those in skyrim and magic is much more fleshed out. Although Oblivion does have more "hand holding" than Morrowind it just makes the game more accessible.

Oblivion has a huge map and even now the sheer scope doesn't fail to impress, there's potentially hundreds of hours of gameplay to be had with no playthrough being the same due to the choice of classes and race. The GOTY edition also adds the superb Shivering Isles which is possible the… Read more