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Metro: Last Light – 4A Games – Deep Silver – Metro 2033 – Director Andre Prokhorov – Designer – Viacheslav Aristov – Programmers - Alexander Maximchuk & Oles Shyshkovtsov – Artist - Andrey Tkachenko - Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, Andre Prokhorov, Andrey Paskhalov, Paul DeMeo & David Slagle - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One - Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Unity – 4A Engine - Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Metro: Last Light is a post-apocalyptic-themed, first-person shooter video game with stealth and survival horror elements. It was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, published by Deep Silver, distributed by Square Enix in North America for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. A remastered version of the game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2014 as Metro: Last Light Redux within the Metro Redux package. A sequel to the video game Metro 2033, its story follows Artyom, a Ranger living in Moscow's metro system after a destructive nuclear war. Tasked with finding the mysterious Dark Ones, Artyom must venture to different parts of the metro system, and the surface filled with radiated gases, and fight against different factions and mutated monsters. The game improves on various gameplay mechanics of 2033, and introduces elements such as weapon customization. Developed by a team of about 80 people, Last Light is a direct sequel to 2033, with franchise creator Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the game's dialogue and main story outline. Multiplayer modes were planned but were eventually scrapped in order to focus on single-player, which the developers hoped would "rekindle memories of Half-Life 2". Originally set to be published by THQ, which provided a very limited budget for the game's development, Koch Media acquired it after THQ's bankruptcy. A Wii U version was planned but was ultimately canceled.
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Metro: Last Light – 4A Games – Deep Silver – Metro 2033 – Director Andre Prokhorov – Designer – Viacheslav Aristov – Programmers - Alexander Maximchuk & Oles Shyshkovtsov – Artist - Andrey Tkachenko - Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, Andre Prokhorov, Andrey Paskhalov, Paul DeMeo & David Slagle - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One - Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Unity – 4A Engine - Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Metro: Last Light is a post-apocalyptic-themed, first-person shooter video game with stealth and survival horror elements. It was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, published by Deep Silver, distributed by Square Enix in North America for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. A remastered version of the game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2014 as Metro: Last Light Redux within the Metro Redux package. A sequel to the video game Metro 2033, its story follows Artyom, a Ranger living in Moscow's metro system after a destructive nuclear war. Tasked with finding the mysterious Dark Ones, Artyom must venture to different parts of the metro system, and the surface filled with radiated gases, and fight against different factions and mutated monsters. The game improves on various gameplay mechanics of 2033, and introduces elements such as weapon customization. Developed by a team of about 80 people, Last Light is a direct sequel to 2033, with franchise creator Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the game's dialogue and main story outline. Multiplayer modes were planned but were eventually scrapped in order to focus on single-player, which the developers hoped would "rekindle memories of Half-Life 2". Originally set to be published by THQ, which provided a very limited budget for the game's development, Koch Media acquired it after THQ's bankruptcy. A Wii U version was planned but was ultimately canceled.
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Metro: Last Light – 4A Games – Deep Silver – Metro 2033 – Director Andre Prokhorov – Designer – Viacheslav Aristov – Programmers - Alexander Maximchuk & Oles Shyshkovtsov – Artist - Andrey Tkachenko - Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, Andre Prokhorov, Andrey Paskhalov, Paul DeMeo & David Slagle - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One - Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Unity – 4A Engine - Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Metro: Last Light is a post-apocalyptic-themed, first-person shooter video game with stealth and survival horror elements. It was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, published by Deep Silver, distributed by Square Enix in North America for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. A remastered version of the game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2014 as Metro: Last Light Redux within the Metro Redux package. A sequel to the video game Metro 2033, its story follows Artyom, a Ranger living in Moscow's metro system after a destructive nuclear war. Tasked with finding the mysterious Dark Ones, Artyom must venture to different parts of the metro system, and the surface filled with radiated gases, and fight against different factions and mutated monsters. The game improves on various gameplay mechanics of 2033, and introduces elements such as weapon customization. Developed by a team of about 80 people, Last Light is a direct sequel to 2033, with franchise creator Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the game's dialogue and main story outline. Multiplayer modes were planned but were eventually scrapped in order to focus on single-player, which the developers hoped would "rekindle memories of Half-Life 2". Originally set to be published by THQ, which provided a very limited budget for the game's development, Koch Media acquired it after THQ's bankruptcy. A Wii U version was planned but was ultimately canceled.
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Metro: Last Light – 4A Games – Deep Silver – Metro 2033 – Director Andre Prokhorov – Designer – Viacheslav Aristov – Programmers - Alexander Maximchuk & Oles Shyshkovtsov – Artist - Andrey Tkachenko - Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, Andre Prokhorov, Andrey Paskhalov, Paul DeMeo & David Slagle - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One - Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Unity – 4A Engine - Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Metro: Last Light is a post-apocalyptic-themed, first-person shooter video game with stealth and survival horror elements. It was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, published by Deep Silver, distributed by Square Enix in North America for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. A remastered version of the game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2014 as Metro: Last Light Redux within the Metro Redux package. A sequel to the video game Metro 2033, its story follows Artyom, a Ranger living in Moscow's metro system after a destructive nuclear war. Tasked with finding the mysterious Dark Ones, Artyom must venture to different parts of the metro system, and the surface filled with radiated gases, and fight against different factions and mutated monsters. The game improves on various gameplay mechanics of 2033, and introduces elements such as weapon customization. Developed by a team of about 80 people, Last Light is a direct sequel to 2033, with franchise creator Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the game's dialogue and main story outline. Multiplayer modes were planned but were eventually scrapped in order to focus on single-player, which the developers hoped would "rekindle memories of Half-Life 2". Originally set to be published by THQ, which provided a very limited budget for the game's development, Koch Media acquired it after THQ's bankruptcy. A Wii U version was planned but was ultimately canceled.
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Metro: Last Light – 4A Games – Deep Silver – Metro 2033 – Director Andre Prokhorov – Designer – Viacheslav Aristov – Programmers - Alexander Maximchuk & Oles Shyshkovtsov – Artist - Andrey Tkachenko - Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, Andre Prokhorov, Andrey Paskhalov, Paul DeMeo & David Slagle - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One - Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Unity – 4A Engine - Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Metro: Last Light is a post-apocalyptic-themed, first-person shooter video game with stealth and survival horror elements. It was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, published by Deep Silver, distributed by Square Enix in North America for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. A remastered version of the game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2014 as Metro: Last Light Redux within the Metro Redux package. A sequel to the video game Metro 2033, its story follows Artyom, a Ranger living in Moscow's metro system after a destructive nuclear war. Tasked with finding the mysterious Dark Ones, Artyom must venture to different parts of the metro system, and the surface filled with radiated gases, and fight against different factions and mutated monsters. The game improves on various gameplay mechanics of 2033, and introduces elements such as weapon customization. Developed by a team of about 80 people, Last Light is a direct sequel to 2033, with franchise creator Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the game's dialogue and main story outline. Multiplayer modes were planned but were eventually scrapped in order to focus on single-player, which the developers hoped would "rekindle memories of Half-Life 2". Originally set to be published by THQ, which provided a very limited budget for the game's development, Koch Media acquired it after THQ's bankruptcy. A Wii U version was planned but was ultimately canceled.
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WWE superstar on 15th January flips over a huge truck after he gets fired by the general manager of RAW Kurt Angle.
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Though there are no signs around, one has to be careful of the huge vicious dogs that reside in that area. This man was attacked by one, a surprise to him.
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After a really long wait, I think finally the world has found a superhero known as Superman out of the comic book disguised as a commoner living in exile.
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I kinda feel sorry for this fella watching him trying to move forward against a very strong wind head-on with a lot of papers in bags, wind stole them all.
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This dude is totally dismissing Darwin’s theory of natural selection because the level of IQ he posses he should have perished a long time ago.
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The family was trying to teach the baby how to say ‘mama’ but the family pet an Australian Shepard Dog stole the show by speaking the words.
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Even the dogs get nonchalant while they are trapped inside unable to get out where the rain is reigning over the outer world.
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These action heroes had a heyday once upon a time and used to look young and dashing. Here we have prepared a comparison of them now vs at their heydays.
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If the timing was an even a little off then these pictures would not have been so amazing and awe-inspiring. These are the results of perfect timing.
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If you expect to move forward to the future without a glitch then you are wrong on so many levels. Sometimes life gets too crazy and you ain’t got any say in it.
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Remember what you did when you were drunk like hell? No? Even they don’t, and nobody does, so here's a glance of that which might see and enjoy the moment.
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I am not talking about a man who is carrying a mountain on his shoulders. But something more. To know what, you must see this.
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Wondering ways to trick your buddy while taking his picture? Look no further, here are some crazy people that will certainly give you inspiration to fool people.
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These 30 pictures depict irony at its absolute best. These pictures will make you all teary-eyed (the happy kind, of course), and clutching at your stomach, wheezing with laughter. Okay, maybe I exaggerated a little, but I’m not kidding when I say these are absolutely brilliant.
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You cannot deny the wit behind these 28 pictures that will have your attention grabbed till you’ve seen all of them. If you’re a fan of terribly good puns, this is definitely going to crack you up. Lighten up, folks, let’s have a good laugh
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Here’s something that will definitely make you laugh a little. A collection of 30 pictures, among which some of the best are funny wall art, a polar bear with a cone on its head, text message jokes and so much more. Come on, folks, this is something worth taking a look at.
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It's really hard to get a hold of an idea or logic behind these f*cked up things that exist on the planet Earth. And we wonder why aliens don’t visit us.
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Thanks to these weird and awkward scenarios, these keep the day to day journeys bearable and not so much boring to endure.
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The whole gallery is filled with pictures of those specific moments which are just one second prior to disasters. Hats off to the photographers.
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