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‘The Last Door: Collector’s Edition’ Awaits the Brave With Enhanced Visuals, New Content

The Last Door Collector's Edition

With the season finale released back in February, I fully expected The Game Kitchen to simply take a break from working on The Last Door; save for the upcoming second season, that is. But alas, that was not the case as the noticeably improved collector’s edition is now available, featuring enhanced graphics, remastered sound and other fun things.

That said, this is hardly some meager ‘HD’ edition, as new puzzles and locations have also been thrown into the mix, making this point ‘n’ click tale more eerie than ever. More fun too? Well, depends on how you feel about jumpscares and gruesome mysteries, because like the original release, this take on Victorian England is certainly not for the faint of heart… pixellated visuals or not.

Set in Victorian England, when Jeremiah Devitt receives a letter from his old schoolmate Anthony Beechworth with a hidden, cryptic message, he knows something is wrong.

Cue dramatic (remastered) music. Seriously though, this is one episodic adventure I’d highly recommend picking up. While there’s no shortage of adventure games, I doubt many of them – if any – are capable of sending a chill down your spine like The Last Door. So turn off the lights, put on a pair of headphones, and get ready to help Jeremiah Devitt solve this uncanny mystery.

The Last Door: Collector’s Edition is available for Windows, Mac and Linux from GOG.com (note: no Linux build there… yet?), GamersGateSteam and Desura, priced at $9.99 and without any DRM.

The Last Door: Collector's Edition Trailer