Pros: Free new AAA game? What more can you ask for. Redemption was simple. Always nice to add another game to my steam collection.
Cons: Its a free perk. Whats there to be upset about? Nothing.
Pros: Free, but...
Cons: I went to try and redeem my code on the Nvidia website and I got the error message saying my code was invalid or already redeemed (not by me). Not cool.
Pros: Great game, have already beat it but was very worth getting a copy along with my new video card. It's quiet a bit different than Metro: 2033 is some ways but nothing much to learn.
Cons: Had a few crashing bugs and issues with graphic drivers hanging, but those have been fixed by now at least.
Pros: Has beautifully detailed graphics
Is a well thought out game with a well thought out environment
Has a really beautiful ambiance to the game
The game is immersive and hooks you in for a nice ride
Cons: To truly enjoy this game you need an Intel Core i7 3930k or above CPU with at least a GTX 780 to truly enjoy the graphics that this game has to offer.
Overall Review: I've got what some would consider a high end gaming PC and I am only getting 30 frames per second with setting maxed out. Ive got an Intel Core i7 3930k stock with an Nvidia GTX 780 by Gigabyte and I have this game maxed out on settings and I can tell that this game is challenging my system. Im only getting 25 to 30 frames per second. Though I will say that this game has some awesome graphics and is extremely immersive. I will post an update once I have purchased another GTX 780 to go into SLI and I truly hope for a better frame rate cause this game makes me sad cause I have invested my hard earned money into some high end parts hoping to be on top of things and this game challenges my system very much.
Pros: Stunning game(Best of 2013!) I was going to buy anyways and saved me like 50 bucks! Game
Cons: Had to wait for it to arrive in the mail :(
Overall Review: Worth the 50 if you dont get it with package!
Pros: Steam Code, Free [i]Standard[/i] Metro: Last Light game.
Cons: Even though I got this [i]before[/i] release, it is only the Standard game that is given. This does not include the [b]Ranger Mode[/b] difficulty. If you want to play the hardest difficulty, and what M:LL themselves state "The way the game was meant to be played", You will have to shell out an extra $5.00 + to purchase it as DLC.
Overall Review: This should have been for the Limited Edition of the game. Better yet, the developer/publisher should not have removed a core mode from the game to sell as DLC
Pros: It works :D it's really easy to use. you just go to the website they instruct and then put some data. then you add the code on steam. they even have instructions on how to add the code. really easy
Cons: It's a bit small, i almost missed it between the things i ordered and was about to throw it away. its just a bit larger then a credit card.
Overall Review: im being a bit picky about the size but i think they should make it a bit bigger :3
Pros: - Compatible with Steam
Cons: - None!
Overall Review: The code asks you to go to the GeForce site to give e-mail, and enter the code from the voucher Newegg packaged with your item. After you do that, the actual Steam code is e-mailed to you, and shown to you after successful redemption. Very simple, and much better than when the Borderlands 2 and ACIII codes, which were DRM free.