Review: Metro: Last Light Redux
Leigh Milner - Metro: Last Lght Redux has just come out on the Nintendo Switch. It's one of the first proper big blockbuster first person shooters to come out on the Switch. So it's an exciting time. Could it pave the way though for other shooters? Like Call of Duty?
Leigh - So how was it?
Chris Berrow - Yeah, really good. Surprisingly good actually. When you play the Switch, you don't imagine playing a shooter game? No, because it's a bit too compact. Yeah. The only thing that was difficult was the controllers aren't designed for it. Right. You're holding the screen there and my right thumb started really hurting because you had to do a lot of aiming. Right. The way that the angle is, it just hurt my thumb. Do you know what I mean? Like whereas if you put it in those little detachable controllers that we've got for it, much better. Really, really good though. There was only a couple of visual glitches, you know it's called Redux cause they're supposed to have worse graphics. No, but this is the first switch game that they've had as a proper first person shooter. But genuinely I'll give it a 9 out of 10 it's that good. It's so, so good. And I really enjoyed playing it originally. You can get it now on Switch for 23 quit as well, so quite cheap. You can also get Metro 2033 Redux, which is the game just before that. And it's exactly the same price. If you want first person shooters, check them out.