The Final Station Gameplay and Review

Tackling zombies has been done so many times, that’s why The Final Station incorporates shadowy figures to invoke fear of the unknown. Not only that, but you can drive a train! See what we thought in The Final Station gameplay and review video below!

Platform Used For The Final Station Gameplay and Review: Gigabyte P35, Intel i7-4720HQ 2.60GHz, 16GB Ram, GeForce GT 965M
Developer: Do My Best Games
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Rating: 4 Star Review
Price:
$14.99USD

The Final Station Gameplay and Review on YouTube

The Final Station puts you in the shoes of a train conductor who knows his way around a firearm or two. Zip from station to station, rescuing survivors and accumulating ammo, food and medikits to help you and the survivors survive.

Choose which survivors stay alive by tending to their hunger and health whilst on your train. Explore dilapidated landscapes filled with dark beasts as you struggle to stay alive. Maintain your train so it doesn’t get overloaded.

But most importantly, reach the final station and uncover the secrets behind the mysterious visitations.

The Final Station provides a good couple of hours gameplay with some rather interesting mechanics. It might not be for everyone, but retro gaming fans will have a blast.

Make sure you check out our The Final Station gameplay and review video above and if you like it, go on and check out the game on Steam via the link at the top of this page!

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Score

4 Star Review

4 stars – mysterious 2d side-scroller filled with monsters, trains and survivors

Good PointsPluses:

  • Retro gameplay reminscent of Abuse
  • Intriguing mysterious storyline
  • Keeping survivors alive is challenging and provides a good amount of conflict

Bad PointsMinuses:

  • Maintaining the train seems a bit futile
  • A little bit too short

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