Phew! Metro: Last Light is safe and now has a release date!

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

It's been a rocky few months for Metro: Last Light, the stunning post-apocalyptic shooter from Deep Silver. For a while back there during the sell-off of defunct publisher THQ's assets, it looked as though the Metro 2033 sequel had seen…

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Metro 2033 Ranger Pack DLC hits Steam and Xbox Live tomorrow

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news 5 Comments

Post-apocalyptic shooter Metro 2033 is getting its first piece of downloadable content tomorrow in the shape of the Ranger Pack. Available over Xbox Live or through the Steam PC platform, it'll offer two new weapons (the Heavy Automatic Shotgun…

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Metro 2033 – Review

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Reviews, Tech Digest news 1 Comment

Name: Metro 2033 Genre: 1st Person Shooter Platform: Xbox 360 (reviewed), PC Price: £36.97 (Amazon) It's not that rare of an occurrence to pick up a newspaper and find a story about train or tube commuters forced to trek through…

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Korea/Japan Week: Manhunt The Musical?!

Stuart Dredge Gaming, Korea/Japan Week

the-victim-musical.jpgWhy isn’t Andrew Lloyd-Webber writing musicals about serial killers stalking and killing people in a gruesome way? The heady mix of slaughter and showtunes would pack in the crowds. Possibly.

That’s what came to mind when I spotted this poster for a South Korean musical called The Victim. Judging by the poster, it’s more than a little influenced by games like Manhunt and Silent Hill. Survival horror hits the stage? Sounds like a good idea to me.

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