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One quick additional note about the Last Express. According to this article, Paul Verhoeven is contemplating filming The Last Express. In 3D. When asked whether he would embrace the challenge of director his next feature in 3D he said it … Continue reading

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The Last Express – Final Thoughts

Here we are at the conclusion of our second game, the point-and-click adventure The Last Express.  Our individual thoughts will roll in over the next week, but here’s how our meeting went. Liked The story was a runaway train of … Continue reading

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The Last Express – All Aboard!

I was surprised by The Last Express. For a game released in 1997 that is probably often overlooked, it is an impressive mystery adventure game played in real-time. The characters are lively, and the plot is attention-grabbing. Right from the … Continue reading

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The Last Express Entry #1: Jackpot

Sup!  Phil Jakes here to tell you what’s good with this week’s game: The Last Express. As others have said, this game is from the golden age of gaming when Myst was the bleeding edge of gaming.  You were white … Continue reading

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The Last Express: Endings

I’m sure after all of this radio silence, everyone is eager to hear about the ending of The Last Express, right? It’s a complicated answer, though. Do you want to hear about the four endings I received in the first … Continue reading

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The Last Express: Part 2: The Dragonborn Comes…To Destroy My Computer

I know you’re expecting the next exciting installment of The Last Express, but my vintage PC had other ideas. Parts of my rig are held together with twisty-ties (seriously), so it’s not surprising Skyrim melted it. So I was unable … Continue reading

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The Last Express: The Devil’s In the Details

The Last Express is a game that exists in the minutiae; a boy explaining where he found his new whistle, an annoyed passenger peeking out of his room at every sound, two ladies holding a conversation in French because I’m … Continue reading

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