Video Game | Adventure, Drama, Mystery
1914: Innocent fugitive Robert Cath boards the Orient Express three days before the outbreak of WW1 and must stay alive until "the end of the line".
One of the most expensive games and the largest commercial failures in the history of video games.
Ladies and Gentlemen, your attention please. The Orient Express is now departing for Strassburg, Munich, Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Sofia, and Constantinople. All passengers should be on board.
When Cath disconnects the two cars (while talking to August Schmidt), he uses a crowbar and drops it as the couplers release. In the next shot the crowbar is back in his hands.
As the end credits roll on the right side of the screen, on the left side is a map of Europe, which, over the course of the credits, shows the year-by-year progression of political borders from 1914 to 1994.
The German retail version of the game is cut. The concert piece, Anna and Kronos are performing runs about 28 minutes in the English version before the viewers are applauding in a cut-scene. In the German version however, the concert stops after 20 minutes and the cut-scene is played.
French, German, Russian, English, Serbo-Croatian