History VideoGame / MetroLastLight

11th Jan '16 11:43:57 PM CCPrime
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* FailedASpotCheck: Some hostile humans are usually standing near a light source. If you're quick enough you can rush up to the light source, turn it off, then knock out the unsuspecting human before they know what hit them. Also, if you find a breaker and shut the lights off for much of the area, they usually don't seem to think much of why the lights suddenly went out and don't bother to check the breaker and continue patrolling or standing around. Some roamers will have a flashlight on them however.
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* FailedASpotCheck: Some hostile humans are usually standing near a light source. If you're quick enough you can rush up to the light source, turn it off, then knock out the unsuspecting human before they know what hit them. Also, if If you find a breaker and shut the lights off for much of the area, they they'll usually don't seem send one guy off to think much investigate, who will turn it back on if he doesn't notice you-- however, if you knock him out/kill him, none of why the lights suddenly his comrades will wonder where he went out and don't bother to check the breaker and continue patrolling or standing around.just stay where they are. Some roamers will have a flashlight on them however. Others will turn one on if they hear something, but again, if you're not noticed they'll just turn it off and write off whatever they heard as "fucking drafts".
29th Dec '15 4:39:01 AM Rmpdc
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:At the end of the downloadable "Spider's Lair" mission, the unnamed Stalker escapes the spider-infested missile silo...only to be set upon by the hordes of hungry mutants on the surface.]] Also doubles as an OutOfTheFryingPan.
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:At the end of the downloadable "Spider's Lair" mission, the unnamed Stalker escapes the spider-infested missile silo...only to be set upon by the hordes of hungry mutants on the surface.]] Also doubles as an OutOfTheFryingPan.OutOfTheFryingPan ''and'' a BolivianArmyEnding ([[spoiler: due to the fact that the camera cuts just as a Watchman pounces on him]]).
29th Dec '15 1:27:45 AM jormis29
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* DiabolusExMachina: '''[[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Type 1]]''' - Despite ''Metro2033'' encouraging the player to earn the good ending, ''Last Light'' serves as an aftermath to its bad ending wherein [[LateArrivalSpoiler Artyom opted to bomb the Dark Ones.]]
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* DiabolusExMachina: '''[[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Type 1]]''' - Despite ''Metro2033'' ''Metro 2033'' encouraging the player to earn the good ending, ''Last Light'' serves as an aftermath to its bad ending wherein [[LateArrivalSpoiler Artyom opted to bomb the Dark Ones.]]

** Continuing the trend from the previous game, there's copies of the books ''Main/{{Metro 2033}}'' (which the original game was based on), Metro 2034 (which has little to do with Artyom's story) and Metro 2035 ([[RecursiveCanon which is based on this game]]) all over the place, although their presence not as ubiquitous as last time (at least there ''almost'' aren't any more posters advertising them).
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** Continuing the trend from the previous game, there's copies of the books ''Main/{{Metro ''Literature/{{Metro 2033}}'' (which the original game was based on), Metro 2034 (which has little to do with Artyom's story) and Metro 2035 ([[RecursiveCanon which is based on this game]]) all over the place, although their presence not as ubiquitous as last time (at least there ''almost'' aren't any more posters advertising them).
22nd Dec '15 5:59:53 PM Rmpdc
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* ExactWords [[spoiler: Korbut assures Moskvin he has a way to unite the Metro without spilling any blood. [[ThePlague Technically he's right.]]]]
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* ExactWords ExactWords: [[spoiler: Korbut assures Moskvin he has a way to unite the Metro without spilling any blood. [[ThePlague Technically he's right.]]]]]]]] ** Also, Pavel giving you a way through Revolution Station. [[spoiler: He never mentioned how.]]
22nd Dec '15 5:41:04 PM Rmpdc
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: A gameplay mechanic carried over from {{Videogame/Metro2033}} , where military grade 5.45mm rounds are still the only form of currency around.
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: A gameplay mechanic carried over from {{Videogame/Metro2033}} {{Videogame/Metro 2033}} , where military grade 5.45mm rounds are still the only form of currency around.
18th Dec '15 5:13:17 AM Joylock
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* HeavilyArmoredMook: One of the new enemies introduced are human soldiers wearing heavy metal armor. They can take a lot of hits (Depending on the difficulty setting), and while the armor does slow them down a bit they're still fairly manueverable.
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* HeavilyArmoredMook: One of the new enemies introduced are human soldiers wearing heavy metal armor.armor (they usually show up if you trigger an alarm). They can take a lot of hits (Depending on the difficulty setting), and while the armor does slow them down a bit they're still fairly manueverable.
14th Dec '15 3:44:30 PM Joylock
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* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Anna's Russian accepts slips quite a lot, especially when she's speaking quickly.
6th Dec '15 4:07:50 PM DoctorFluffy
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** Like the first game, this one has a morality system as well. You'll have to use a lot of trial and error to figure out how to gain/lose morality. Sometimes it's easy, such as a soldier surrendering, which would give you bad morality if you shoot them. For others, it's not as obvious, such as listening to people's conversations and talking to them. Fortunately the internet has plenty of guides on it in case you want to figure out what gives you good/bad morality points, which also determines [[MultipleEndings the ending]] you see.
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** {{Lampshaded}} by the fact that the game takes the bad ending of [[VideoGame/{{Metro 2033}} the previous game]] as canon, as the good ending was notoriously hard to get. ** Like the first game, this one has a morality system as well.well, though it's much less of this trope than the first. You'll have to use a lot of trial and error to figure out how to gain/lose morality. Sometimes it's easy, such as a soldier surrendering, which would give you bad morality if you shoot them. For others, it's not as obvious, such as listening to people's conversations and talking to them. Fortunately the internet has plenty of guides on it in case you want to figure out what gives you good/bad morality points, which also determines [[MultipleEndings the ending]] you see.
5th Dec '15 7:39:09 AM morenohijazo
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* TechnicalPacifist: Artyom may well be able to neutralize many of his human opponents without killing them, through the application of a righteous fist to the face. But on the surface, incapacitation in such a manner would leave them at the mercy of a hostile environment where the air is unbreathable and saturated with radiation. If a punch to the face doesn't end up shattering their gas mask, then they may well end up suffocating when their air filter runs out or because Artyom has taken the filter right off of their mask.

* [[PuppetKing Puppet Secretary General]] Moskvin is the Secretary General and official leader of the Red Line, but Artyom remarks that it is very clear that General Korbut is the one who is running the show.
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* [[PuppetKing Puppet Secretary General]] Moskvin is PostApocalypticGasmask: Moscow has been contaminated after nuclear war. Gasmasks are required for traversing irradiated tunnels and the Secretary General surface, and official leader of since filters only last so long these sequences are effectively {{Timed Mission}}s. Last Light has a dedicated button for wiping off any dirt, water, or blood that's spilled on the Red Line, but Artyom remarks that it is very clear that General Korbut is the one who is running the show. mask.

* [[PuppetKing Puppet Secretary General]] Moskvin is the Secretary General and official leader of the Red Line, but Artyom remarks that it is very clear that General Korbut is the one who is running the show.

* [[PuppetKing Puppet Secretary General]] Moskvin is the Secretary General and official leader of the Red Line, but TechnicalPacifist: Artyom remarks that it is very clear that General Korbut is may well be able to neutralize many of his human opponents without killing them, through the one who is running application of a righteous fist to the show. face. But on the surface, incapacitation in such a manner would leave them at the mercy of a hostile environment where the air is unbreathable and saturated with radiation. If a punch to the face doesn't end up shattering their gas mask, then they may well end up suffocating when their air filter runs out or because Artyom has taken the filter right off of their mask.

* [[PuppetKing Puppet Secretary General]] Moskvin is TheTetrisEffect: If you live in a major metropolis, you may start sizing up locations, both above and below ground, for their usefulness as cover and survival stashes. If you live in Moscow itself, this may make your daily commute on the Secretary General and official leader of the Red Line, but Artyom remarks that it is very clear that General Korbut is the one who is running the show. metro rather uncomfortable.

* TheTetrisEffect: If you live in a major metropolis, you may start sizing up locations, both above and below ground, for their usefulness as cover and survival stashes. If you live in Moscow itself, this may make your daily commute on the metro rather uncomfortable. * [[spoiler: TouchedByVorlons: The reason Artyom can understand the Dark Ones is because of a "gift" they gave him when he was a child.]]
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* TheTetrisEffect: If you live in a major metropolis, you may start sizing up locations, both above and below ground, for their usefulness as cover and survival stashes. If you live in Moscow itself, this may make your daily commute on the metro rather uncomfortable. * [[spoiler: TouchedByVorlons: TheseHandsHaveKilled: The reason game opens with Artyom can understand dreaming of stabbing a mutant in the Dark Ones is because of throat, only for it to instantly turn into a "gift" they gave him when he was a child.]]Human, resulting in this trope.

* TheseHandsHaveKilled: The game opens with Artyom dreaming of stabbing a mutant in the throat, only for it to instantly turn into a Human, resulting in this trope.
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* TheseHandsHaveKilled: [[spoiler: TouchedByVorlons: The game opens with reason Artyom dreaming of stabbing a mutant in can understand the throat, only for it to instantly turn into Dark Ones is because of a Human, resulting in this trope."gift" they gave him when he was a child.]]
27th Nov '15 2:17:20 AM erforce
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* HotterAndSexier: Compared to the first game, which only had one "sexy lady" in it, who was actually SchmuckBait for a mugging. Here there are strippers, a semi-nude lap dance, and part of a first-person sex scene (similar to ''FarCry3'').
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* HotterAndSexier: Compared to the first game, which only had one "sexy lady" in it, who was actually SchmuckBait for a mugging. Here there are strippers, a semi-nude lap dance, and part of a first-person sex scene (similar to ''FarCry3'').''VideoGame/FarCry3'').
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