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Submitted by MartyMcFly88 1212d ago | review

The Last Express Review - Alternative Magazine Online

The Last Express remains a stunning achievement in interactive entertainment 15 years after release. It isn’t the perfect adventure game – but it never was. This game is a risky experiment that gets far more right than it does wrong. It’s a wonderfully acted adventure that features one of the best stories ever told within the genre. It’s a true shame that it was well-received critically but struggled to find an audience in 1997. In 2012, gamers can finally experience a cult-classic in the palm of their hand wherever they are, be it at home, in a car, on a boat… or on board a train. The Last Express works surprisingly well when experienced in smaller doses. Don’t let the age of this game or the quirky controls put you off too much – this is a forgotten classic that deserves to be rediscovered. (iPad, iPhone, PC, The Last Express) 8.5/10

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