The Final Station

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8 / 10
Feb 28, 2018

The Final Station is a unique journey among the current Switch library you will not want to skip on, especially if you managed to stay away from the original PC release up to this point. World building and plot is brilliantly delivered by numerous little details of which we have rarely seen developers explore with such efficiency to deliver so much tension and sense of urgency from the player. Despite linearity, when you do reach the end game you can immediately jump into the ‘The Only Traitor' DLC included in the Switch version, which will enable you to experience the same events under a new character. Make sure you don't miss out this train ride.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 30, 2016

Halfway between Half Life 2 and Snow Piercer, The Last Station entice the player thanks to a curious plot, and offers him a challenging gameplay. Do not judge from the visual style, as the latest title published by tinyBuild need dedication and strategy.

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6 / 10.0
Sep 2, 2016

The disparity between the repetitive majority and the engaging finale did cause me to like The Final Station after it was said and done, but it’s not enough to overlook the significant flaws along the journey. Ambiguity is supposed to provide a level of intrigue, making players want to look further and explore dark corners, being rewarded for the risks they take to discover more. Instead, The Final Station hands out breadcrumbs without promise of a full loaf until the very end. Repetition and simplicity hold back what could otherwise be a fascinating survival horror indie,and a personal tale of interest about the train conductor. It’s worth taking a ride on this train once if not to see the promise the narrative holds, but don’t expect to want to hop on board with the mechanics again when you reach the final station.

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8.5 / 10.0
Aug 29, 2016

The Final Station challenges the player with scarcity and survival and weaves just enough context to make the world built around it interesting.

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Twinfinite
Tom Hopkins

Top Critic

4 / 5.0
Sep 5, 2016

The Final Station’s pairing of on-foot side-scrolling survival with time and resource management on board a train makes for an consistently fun, if not short experience. The tense moments that leave you questioning whether or not to open the next door and the intriguing story of hope in a post-apocalyptic world keep you engrossed right up until the underwhelming ending.

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8 / 10
Sep 5, 2016

The Final Station is a very well made game and one I thoroughly enjoyed. The game is creepy, has a great world and story that I'm still eager to see more about. While it had a bit of a slow start at first, the game quickly ramped up and kept me moving. While the pixel art appearance may be a turn off for some players, I feel The Final Station has a great retro look and style that meshed perfectly with the gameplay.

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8 / 10.0
Mar 22, 2018

This game is a hell of a lot of fun to play. It's not overly complicated, but it puts the sense of horror on the screen beautifully. It's easy to pick up and gets interesting very quickly. The way the story is told through features of the world is very creative. Those little touches absorb you into the world so completely that your heart rate rises every time those little white eyes loom out of the darkness.

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5.5 / 10.0
Oct 8, 2016

The Final Station isn't a bad game, but it just doesn't do enough to draw me into its world and continue enjoying its decent gameplay and stark visual design.

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The Digital Fix
Ethan Palmer

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8 / 10.0
Sep 7, 2016

A fantastic survival-horror-platformer with lots to explore and lots to kill.

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4 / 5.0
Aug 30, 2016

There’s few complex systems in place to either discover or manage and while that may feel like a misstep, Do My Best live up to their namesake when by setting the scene and giving even the most basic of pixel graphics feel like something far more grandiose and important in the wider scheme of things.

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