Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on PC. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. “Last Stop spins three intriguing tales in an enjoyably vibrant vision of London, but the superficial depth of its dialogue options and redundant quick-time events made me feel like I was just passively pushing buttons to cue the next cutscene, as opposed to having any meaningful influence on the course of events that followed. The lively performances of the voice cast and a rousing orchestral soundtrack helped make for a handful of memorable scenes over the course of the journey, but I couldn’t help but feel that the six hours I spent idly completing Last Stop could have been better used making a dent in the traffic jam of television shows clogging up the watch lists on my streaming services instead.”
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