Metro: Last Light Coming to Linux, Bundled with SteamOS

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Easily one of the best games of 2013 is Metro: Last Light by 4A Games. This tense and gorgeous shooter, set in Moscow’s subway system in the years following a nuclear apocalypse, is now available with a dedicated Linux version on Steam. As an added bonus, this game will also be bundled into the 300 prototype Steam Machines being sent to test it out.

This is an excellent choice of game to bundle for a number of reasons. It is an outstanding title from this year, it will benefit from increased exposure, it is a great looking game that can test the capabilities of the Steam Machine, and it being a First-Person Shooter will provide useful feedback to Valve about how well the Steam Controller works with this type of game.

Whether you are one of the lucky few to get a bundled copy with a Steam Machine or a Linux user, Metro: Last Light is absolutely a game worth playing. If you’d like to learn more about it, why not check out our glowing review.

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