The Last Express Gold Edition launches on Steam - destructoid

The Last Express Gold Edition launches on Steam

8:00 PM on 11.23.2013

Harry Monogenis

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Includes cloud storage and bonus content


Jordan Mechner's The Last Express, a game set on the Orient Express one day before World War I kicks off, has been re-released on Steam as a special Gold Edition, adding new features and improvements to the adventure title that originally launched back in 1997.

The Last Express: Gold Edition comes with an advanced hint system, Steam achievements, an improved inventory system and several in-game bonuses including detailed character biographies.

Back in 2012 The Last Express was ported onto iOS, which was followed by an Android version that launched this August.




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