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One of the things that has always made the Metro video game series so interesting is its growing arsenal of fascinating weapons. From stealthy crossbows to rampaging machine guns, the franchise has always featured fun tools for players to use. Following the latest title within the series, things are certainly no different. Now we can delve deep into the weapons system of the recent Metro Exodus to see what kind of incredible arsenal fans can play with. Metro Exodus hit shelves back in Feb., now playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. The game received largely positive critical reviews, ultimately earning an 83 Metacritic score on PC. Having reportedly had a strong first month of sales, Metro Exodus is tunneling its way into living rooms worldwide. A follow up to Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, Metro Exodus is the latest in a trilogy of games that are…

Video game development studio 4A Games has largely made a name for itself for the Metro series. With the latest title in the franchise having recently hit the shelves, it’s time to take a look at how to get the most from your playing experience. The Metro video game series is based on a series of novels from writer Dmitry Glukhovsky. Backed by publisher THQ, 4A Games quickly turned the series into a hit video game franchise with Metro 2033. A first-person survival horror shooter, Metro 2033 follows a group of survivors in Moscow after a nuclear war. Consequently, those that survived the fracas were forced to live underground. Artyom, the main character of the game, faces incredible horrors and challenges as he works to save his home station within the underground Metro. Metro 2033 garnered a largely positive reception. The series truly took off, however, with the release of…

I have lived in the south my entire life, and if there’s one thing southerners love the most it’s the fun little euphemisms that we get to say, one of my personal favorites is “Don’t get too big for your britches” which essentially means don’t think you are more or better than you actually are and try to do more than you can handle. If you would like an example look no further than the Epic Games Store, and their attempt to compete with the likes of Steam because I don’t think I could even make up a better one. Nobody can deny the success of Fortnite and the insane amount of money the game has made them, but thinking that they can get a slice of the Steam market? Absolutely insane, and not one of those “So crazy it might work” plans more like watching your buddy bet his…