Metro Last Light: Metro 2033, with its survival-horror, Russian-metro-system-that-hides-the-remnants-of-humanity-following-a-nuclear-winter vibe, didn’t exactly take the world by storm when it dropped in 2010, but it slayed in terms of engagement and atmospherics. This sequel maintains the original’s hallmark gameplay features—oxygen masks, wind-up flashlight—while refining the AI, graphics and controls. Your character, Artyom, is battling mutants that still roam the surface of the Earth and it’s up to him again to fix the scene. The story remains compelling and the game will completely suck you into its world. Metro: Last Light is a well-crafted game that delivers on most fronts and is for any FPS fan.