Gritty and Trippy
I was really surprised by this game. I don't generaly play shooters because I feel that most of them are carbon copies of one another. Metro: Last Light, though similar in terms of mechanics, brings some new material to the table.
For starters, the story doens't take a back seat, like a lot of shooters. It takes its time in places, asking you to explore and take your time in some places. It allows for exposition, and sure in some places the exposition can be weighty, but this keeps it from becomg just another CoD or a Michael Bay like experience.
It's philisophical in places. Asks you to think about how you will approach certain situations and even in allows for alternate paths in a few places. It also has this trippy vision aspect to it but I will leave that spoiler free!
Def buy it! Worth the money and a sign that we Mac gamers are getting a more robust catalog of AAA games in the future!