The Last Express (1997)

Video Game   |  Adventure, Drama, Mystery


The Last Express (1997) Poster

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".


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19 November 2016 | catherine-10888
10
| Excellent video game!
I really enjoyed the plot of the Last Express, and the great making of this video game! The idea of setting the game at the outbreak of WW1 makes the game even more enthralling. There is a sense of fighting the ennemies through a coalition, with tragic consequences on the populations. The use of the Orient Express adds a sense of mystery, of travelling through time and across a devastated Europe. The innocent fugitive Robert Cath is of course the heart of this enthralling video game: the character is well depicted and we get a sense of the fighting between good and evil. Congratulations to Eugene Brenwasser for his creativity, sense of humour and intelligence for the making of such an entertaining video game. I fully recommend this game.

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Details

Release Date:

1 April 1997

Language

French, German, Russian, English, Serbo-Croatian


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Cinerents West, San Francisco, California, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$6,000,000 (estimated)

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