Can You Beat Metro 2033 With Only A Revolver?
- Published: 12 January 2020
- While it is undoubtedly the most popular, Fallout is not the only series to tell a story set in a post-apocalyptic world. There’s Wasteland, which is a series of more traditional RPG games compared to Fallout, but there’s also Metro 2033. Can You Beat Metro 2033 With Only A Revolver?
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Can You Beat Metro 2033 With Only A Revolver? (in text form)
Before the gameplay even starts, the stage is set. 20 years ago there was a nuclear war which didn’t do nice things to Moscow. 40,000 people retreated underground and turned the subways we’ve all come to know and love into a habitat for new and blossoming wildlife. Subway please don’t sue me. Then came the choice, the choice that influences every split-second decision that happens throughout the rest of the game. I choice the Spartan mode because resource management sounds complicated, then chose the easiest Difficulty: Normal. The lack of an Easy difficulty was the first sign that bad things were a comin’.
The game begins and… I don’t have a Revolver, only this glorified lead squirtgun. I noticed immediately that the aiming is a little off, it’s like, looking up and down is slower than looking left or right. The problem was immediate. Monsters attacked me and I had to attack them back, I failed the challenge in record time by attacking with the melee. Outside, in view of a lighthouse, we got swarmed by a horde of monsters. The number of them made it clear that not attacking back wasn’t an option, I opened fire. I got attacked, an incestuous descendant of Big Bird got me, and darkness.
Alex, the Russian guy, instructed me to follow him, he led me through the station which was packed to the brim with a bunch of crybabies, and we met Hunter at the gate. Sounds of rats in the pipes gave away what was about to happen, I got my Revolver and went to work. This is about as easy as combat will ever be. Most of the monsters are behind the grating, but I still took more damage than I expected. Alex rambled on about the Dark Ones being the next step in our evolution, the outer guard post was dismantled by these so called Dark Ones, and a lot of people were ended.
Super bad-ass Hunter gave me his dog tags, a job, and ventured off into the darkness. Yeah he didn’t last. I wandered around a bit, it wouldn’t occur to me until some time later that the compass points towards my objective instead of pointing North. Because, you know, you expect a compass to be an actual compass. You don’t look at a plunger and think about how it could be a cereal bowl.
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