The Last Express Full Movie All Cutscenes

Avatar StoryGamer | September 19, 2017

The Last Express Full Movie All Cutscenes; Here’s all the cutscenes from my play through of The Last Express. The game has several different endings but I like this one the best.

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The Last Express is a video game created by Jordan Mechner and Smoking Car Productions, published in 1997. It is an adventure game that takes place on the Orient Express, days before the start of World War I. It is noted as being one of the few video games that attempts to realistically simulate real time. The game was a commercial disappointment, despite receiving highly positive reviews and a positive post-release response.

Set on the Orient Express in 1914, the player takes on the role of Robert Cath, an American doctor on the train’s final journey from Paris to Constantinople (modern Istanbul) before World War I. Cath, already wanted by French police as he is suspected of the murder of an Irish police officer, is contacted urgently by his old friend Tyler Whitney, to join him on the Orient Express, gateway to the East, and a possible exit from all his troubles. Cath boards the train via a motorcycle and looks for Whitney, who is already on board. However, from the moment he steps onto this luxurious train, Cath becomes involved in a maelstrom of treachery, lies, political conspiracies, personal interests, romance and murder.

The game has 30 characters representing a cross-section of European forces at the time, including Serbian freedom fighters, a German arms dealer, a Russian anarchist, an Austrian concert violinist, a Persian eunuch and his private harem, a mysterious art collector and others. As the train races east, the player must stay alive while interacting with these characters, which includes eavesdropping on conversations, sneaking into compartments and defusing a bomb. The story is non-linear, with the player’s actions (and failures to act) determining the course of the story; as a result, the game’s script is 800 pages long.

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  1. FragmentalStew

    September 19, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    Talking to the British guy before disarming the bomb is pretty great. Missed opportunity not to include it. I noticed no other deaths or endings were included. I guess it could have sort of broken linear continuity. still worth it imo

  2. Henderson Jim

    September 19, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    When I picked this game up back in 1998, I never knew what a classic it would be. The main character Robert resemblance to him was so uncanny back then. I just played this again on my Amazon Fire. How I have missed this game. I met the director on FB several months back.

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