Metro 2033 1 es un videojuego de terror que combina elementos de acción y con elementos de disparos en primera persona. El juego se basa en la novela Metro 2033 de Dmitri Glukhovsky . Desarrollado por 4A Games en Ucrania y presentado en marzo de 2010 para la consola Xbox 360 y para PC con Microsoft Windows XP/Vista o 7.
Metro 2033 (en ruso: Метро 2033) es una novela posapocalíptica escrita por Dmitri Glujovski ambientada en el Metro de Moscú donde los supervivientes se ocultan después de una guerra nuclear. Se publicó por primera vez en 2005 en Rusia. La novela ha servido de inspiración a miles de historias, decenas de libros y varios videojuegos. 1
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Metro 2033 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Metro 2033 Esta página de desambiguación enumera artículos que tienen títulos similares. Metro 2033 Novela literaria rusa de ciencia ficción escrita por Dmitry Glukhovsky en 2005 Metro 2033 Videojuego de supervivencia de terror de 2010 basado en la novela de Glukhovsky Categoría:
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2010 video game Metro 2033 Developer4A Games Publisher THQ Deep Silver DirectorAndrew Prokhorov DesignerViacheslav Aristov Programmer Oles Shyshkovstov Alexander Maximchuk Alexei Buinitskiy ArtistAndrey Tkachenko Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky Andrew Prokhorov Viacheslav Aristov Composer Alexei Omelchuk Georgiy Beloglazov SeriesMetro Engine4A Engine Plat...
Metro 2033 is a first-person shooter video game. It is predominantly set within the tunnels of the Moscow Metro, though some sections take place on the surface, in the ruins of Moscow. The story is told through a linear single-player campaign, and important plot moments are shown during cutscenes. The human and mutant enemies can be killed with a v...
Metro 2033 takes place in the city of Moscow, Russia 20 years after a global nuclear holocaust in 2013. Moscow has become a wasteland filled with killer mutants and irradiated air and becomes uninhabitable for humans without protective gear. The remaining population that survived
In 2013, nuclear war devastated the Earth, wiping out billions of lives. Among the affected nations is Russia, including the now-desolate wasteland of Moscow. A handful of survivors manage to hide in the Metro system, salvaging spare parts and growing mushrooms for food. Animals
Metro 2033 was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, founded around 2005. The founders had worked at GSC Game World, previously Ukraine's only major game studio, and creators of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. After the release of S.T.A.L.K.E.R, Andrew Prokhorov left GSC due to disagreements with management, helping to found 4A Games as dire...
In August 2006, 4A Games first announced the game as Metro 2033: The Last Refuge, for both PC and PlayStation 3. THQ's Dean Sharpe saw early footage of the game at a trade show, incidentally around the time that Sharpe was also promoting S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. Sharpe was impressed with 4A's work and convinced THQ to become their publi...
Metro 2033 was the fifth best-selling retail game in the UK in its week of release, beaten by fellow new release God of War III and titles including Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Final Fantasy XIII and Just Dance. THQ described the game as "very profitable" for the company. CEO for
Metro 2033 - Wikipedia Metro 2033 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Metro 2033 may refer to: Metro 2033 (novel), a 2002 novel by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky Metro 2033 (video game), a 2010 first-person shooter video game based on the novel See also Metro (franchise), originating from the 2005 novel
Metro 2033 ( Russian: Метро 2033) is a 2002 post-apocalyptic fiction novel by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky. It is set within the Moscow Metro, where the last survivors hide after a global nuclear holocaust. It has been followed by two sequels, Metro 2034 and Metro 2035, and spawned the Metro media franchise.