Having never ventured beyond your Metro Station-City limits, one fateful event sparks a desperate mission to the heart of the Metro system, to warn the remnants of mankind of a terrible impending threat. A peaceful civilian Artyom sometimes reminded me of a dummy, as he seemed to be acting automatically or imperturbably, even in situations when a brave soldier would faint; the book definitely lacks descriptions of his emotions. The Med Kit will heal your injuries almost instantly, but does cost you some money. مورد عجيب در اين زمينه اين است كه ترجمه انگليسي كتاب كه اذسن ظاهرا از ان كتاب را ترجمه كرده ٤٥٨ صفحه دارد ولي ترجمه فارسي بيش از ٧٠٠ صفحه است. The world is engrossing as it invites players for multiple trips with the sheer amount of detail 4A Games spent implementing into the environments. Twenty years later, in 2033, the northern station of , now called Exhibition, falls under attack by a group of mysterious creatures referred to as the Dark Ones.
After a brief re-union with Sukhoi, Artyom reaches the tower and his team provide the missile site with the location of the Dark Ones hive. About a quarter of the way through I simply stopped caring about what would happen to any of them. Some passages are even so full with suspense that you'll find yourself holding on to the book as if It is the year 2033, and people are both forgetting who they are and remembering what they could be. If you can get past these obstacles, the rest of the game will be less frustrating. They were preparing to tear us apart. As they do, Artyom has a vision, which relates to the dreams and nightmares that he has been having.
Events are arbitrary, there are too many unnecessary descriptions of metro stations and reader looses himself in all the mentioned tunnels. Two authors have created their personal underground universes based in other metropolitan areas. This seems to be at least partly attributable to translation issues but perhaps not limited to. The writing is more mature, the characters are more fascinating, and it never meanders or feels random. While it is necessary to present the metro and the stations and the like it was confusing and not done very well. Most people who come to Metro 2033 probably do so after playing the excellent video game adaptation you can see the trailer.
On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, this remake was entitled Metro Redux. As the years have gone by Metro factions have arose in certain settlements dividing big sections of the lines into mini-countries. Sending Artem and the Player into an interesting journey through Moscow underneath and above. While this is its own self-contained story, it does follow Metro 2033 in an organic way, with a few important connections to that story I won't spoil here. Though this here added much more needed depth and interesting sections.
It seemed like every few pages there was a repeated word, missing punctuation, etc. While the rival groups compete strange things are happening in the darkest, most distant tunnels. So, this novel falls somewhere in line between young-adult and adult fiction. This gives Metro 2033 achievements, Steam support for in-game and auto-updating. On August 26, 2014, a compilation of both titles was released for , , and. The voyage is full of menace though moments of almost calm menace and surreality are not uncommon. We follow Artyom, a 20-year old who is tasked with contacting a man named Melnik about something sinister unfolding within the subterranean system.
There's an ethical conundrum underscoring the entire narrative, but instead of being fantastic and only morally ambiguous in the final moments as the problem of the Dark Ones is for Artyom in Metro 2033 , this novel's problem feels like something humanity has faced multiple times before and for which there is no simple solution. A few thousand survivors managed to get underground into the Moscow metro to escape the radiation and there is no way for them to know if anybody else on the planet had survived. طرح اوليه و طراحي لوكيشن و فضا سازي ايده ي بسيار بكري بوده است كه از تمام پتانسيلش استفاده نميشود. Touches of melodrama here and there, and an ending that may call Ender Wiggin to mind. His is a noble task and he is aided by heroic figures, heroes that could have stepped out of the ancient myths.
Overall though this book is an enjoyable read, and the long, dark tunnels of the Moscow metro have stayed with me. That's a great way to start a journey, isn't it? All of Glukhovsky's philosophical ponderings about storytelling and myth-making are put into this singular character, and through him, Glukhovsky delves into the blurry realm of fiction versus reality, exploring a possible lack of separation between what we experience and the art we choose to create. It does so far more effectively than many of its contemporaries and for all its flaws is definitely a tale worth reading for anyone wanting to write about a post-apocalyptic setting. Boring main character - don't care what happens to him or what he has to say and what he thinks. Artyom's passport was lost during his detention, and after a failed attempt to gain travel papers by betting on rat races, Artyom is taken into custody.
The two make their way through several other stations and tunnels, and even through the very city of Moscow itself, before Bourbon is killed by bandits. Pros and cons pretty much as the others have Great atmosphere. But this would be against its nature, which is like the metro - branching out in many directions, and to see all that it has to offer you have to take every line. Beyond their boundaries, they say, lie endless burned-out deserts and the remains of splintered forests. Instead, it follows a handful of characters that include a battle-broken soldier, an old man looking for immortality in the pages of a book he plans to write, and a young woman who spent her entire childhood in brutal exile.
Set following a nuclear war in the early 21st century, the remnants of humanity now live underground in the Moscow subway system. Many elements do feel like a double edged sword, especially in the writing style. That aspect really fits with the setting. I really wanted to like this book. I suppose it made it more interesting to have him remember some vague memories than stick to simple number counting. The story is based on 's novel of the , and is set in the ruins of following a , where the survivors are forced to live in underground tunnels. Characters are barely developed, and are then tossed aside, as soon as they have any personality.
This is a very sprawling and expansive book which covers a lot of ground, but might leave the reader desiring that it had done so on a bit clearer path. In addition, two anthologies of short stories by almost a score of authors has been published. Thankfully, these issues don't mar the experience much. Now what should he do? Metro 2033 is a video game. The currency of the post-nuclear war metro is the remaining pre-war ammunition.