Packing in two remastered adventures and tons of bonus content, Metro: Redux is Moscow's underworld at its best.
Metro Redux finally does the series justice on consoles, providing excellent visual and gameplay overhauls to both Metro 2033 and Last Light.
One of the best remasters so far makes surviving the Russian apocalypse more horrifying than ever, although none of the changes address the games' more fundamental issues.
A haunting, atmospheric shooter definitely worth a play
Metro Redux is a terrific package that combines two bleak games into a single cohesive whole.
It's clear that 4A Games knows what their fans want and have delivered a product worthy of next-gen gaming. If you have not played either of these games, I highly recommend them.
Both Metro 2033 and Last Light play great on Nintendo Switch, but some elements and game mechanics feel outdated. Nintendo Switch version runs at 30 fps and doesn´t reach 1080p resolution.
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Metro Redux puts together survival horror and survival action in such a well presented first person package, that if you're a fan of any of them then this is for you. A solid story, an interesting cast of characters, and two games that make you panic in a good way. It's worth the price of entry.
A very impressive port of two games that still feel different 10 years later. The lighting is a problem in handheld mode, but in an indoor setting it's a great way to play the series.
Metro Redux is the definitive way to play both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. New players should pick it up without any worry, but previous owners might have less incentive. The enhanced graphics and gameplay should be enough to please most fans though.
Even if you played the original releases, Metro Redux is still an attractive proposition. The improvements to 2033 are substantial, while the more minor tweaks to Last Light simply refine a fantastic experience. In one package, these games together offer a huge amount of gameplay and one of the most arresting game-worlds you'll ever see in a shooter. If, on the other hand, you've never delved into Glukhovsky's subterranean nightmare, Redux is more than worth the asking price.
Console gamers will see big improvements in Redux compared to the originals, making this one of the best remakes we've seen.
If you didn't think much of the games initially, there may not be enough in Redux that will change your mind.
Metro Redux is finally on the Switch, offering some classic FPS experiences that hold up on the portable console with very few issues.
Metro Redux combines two of the most uniquely harrowing first-person shooters onto one disc, and applies a whole mess of graphical and gameplay improvements that hit far more than they miss.
The ports of Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light Redux on Switch are really surprising from a technical point of view. The gloomy and overwhelming feeling of the scenarios conflicts with the portability of the Nintendo console, but this should be considered as an invitation to play after dark...
Review in Italian | Read full review
Metro Redux for Nintendo Switch is not ideal, but a good port of a very non-trivial shooter with a lot of interesting ideas and a careful approach to small details. Thanks to Switch, you can plunge into the sticky atmosphere of the catacombs of the Moscow metro in any place and at any time.
Review in Russian | Read full review
While the games themselves are fairly solid, nothing about them stands out quite enough to warrant purchasing them again unless you are a die hard fan of the franchise.
Regardless of your feelings on the first two Metro games—which are quite good in their own right—this is a masterful portable collection handled with an expert hand by the games' original developers.
Although both games are thematically grim at times, we thoroughly recommend Metro Redux to both series newcomers and fans of the original titles.