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Initial Impressions: Red Steel 2

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First off, I have to say, despite all of its faults, I was a big fan of the original Red Steel that released way back in 2006. I thought the shooting controls were exciting with the Wiimote and I was able to tolerate the sword controls once I got the hang of it. Sure, the Wiimote didn't always read what I was doing very well but, I still enjoyed the experience. Swords, guns, killing; it was simple and I liked it.

Initial Impressions: Metro 2033

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 You know that slow, deliberate pace you might take in a lone hall, peripheral vision prattling with the whisper of movement; when you listen hard, when you can hear anxious sweat beading on your forehead. Metro 2033 captures these moments in all their tension. Atmospheric craft is exquisite in this game and really shows how much work 4A Games put into Metro 2033. 

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