It’s rare to find a First Person Shooter that goes beyond the common “run and gun” nowadays, even more so finding one with a solid storyline and added stealth elements thrown in the mix. Enter Metro: Last Light; a model of what the modern FPS’s should aspire to be. Its predecessor, Metro 2033, was a great game released back in 2010, but easily found its way into my “Most Overlooked Games” list of the decade. Thus, I felt it needed to have some light shed on it and be given the credit it deserves. Being the slightly matured version of Metro 2033, Last Light moves the franchise even closer to storytelling and gameplay perfection within the FPS genre.