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Metro: Last Light Short Film

Posted on Thursday, May 24 @ 10:11:03 Eastern by Keri_Honea
Why settle for any old game trailer when you can watch a brilliant live action short film about the game? It may be all in Russian, but there's no way you won't understand what is happening. It's incredibly powerful and has enticed me to reconsider my "meh" stance on the Metro series.

Well done, THQ. Well done.

But don't listen to just me; see the Metro: Last Light film for yourself.

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