Madness Metro 2033 Random Battles is an okay shooting game. Details like discarded shells on the floor, a medic running on the battlefield, all these little things save the game from being too boring and repetitive.
It’s a close call though, the map feels very small, almost like the battle is taking place in one of the guy’s garage. Reloading time takes forever, but then it could be considered as an attempt to be realistic, maybe? Sadly, it makes Madness Metro 2033 Random Battles a bit less satisfying to play.
It’s still a fun game with potential, let’s hope for an improved sequel.