Knowing that the rules of the world have been completely changed is one of most narratively fertile elements of a post-apocalyptic setting. What people were doesn’t matter now. What you can take- in however way you take it- does. This video for Metro: Last Light isn’t a gameplay video- nor one directly about the game- but it does show that someone over at 4A Games gets it, and that’s encouraging.
Also, great job in choosing to go for Russian as the spoken language; that’s the way Metro 2033 should be played. If you’re interested in seeing more videos in the ‘Survivor’ series of videos 4A is putting out, you can check out the one we wrote up a few days ago.
Metro: Last Light comes out March 2013 on Windows, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.