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Last Inua




Last Inua 


Last Inua is not the first video game to include religious teachings, nor will it be the last. In fact the history of religious teachings in video games has been going on for almost as long as the industry has been around. Normally gamers are exposed to Eastern religious teachings. There is also a thriving Christian video game market place.

The Inuit tribe is represented in Last Inua on the Personal Computer. Family Friendly Gaming was provided a download code on Steam. Last Inua is a little over six hundred megs in size. Something that most families should be able to handle. No word on a physical copy of Last Inua.

The controls in Last Inua can be a bit glitchy. Certain things can be done in certain places. Trying to do something else is not always helpful. Plus Last Inua likes to let certain animations continue. Like a Sasquatch character crushing the father and son team one at a time.

Last Inua made me feel like an animal. Why? Because I was being chased so many times. Why am I being chased all the time? I wanted to stand my ground. I mean we have laws that let us stand our ground against attackers. Last Inua wanted me to run away like one of those cowardly knights that say ni.

Animations in Last Inua can be choppy, especially in the cut scenes. The music is on the eerie side, especially when we are being chased. Last Inua is like the opposite of Limbo in terms of graphics. Instead of darkness, we are exposed to a white out in Last Inua. This game can make us feel cold just from playing it.

There is text in Last Inua talking about a demon, and these false gods. For some reason these false gods need our help. Not very godly of them. The Judeo-Christian belief set is not taught in Last Inua. The game play is on the slow side. There is one solution to each screen.

Trading off players is needed in numerous screens of Last Inua. Get them too far apart and they will shout for the other one. This became mildly annoying at first. My irritation with it grew as I progressed through the game. I recommend our readers pass on Last Inua.
- Luke


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Wired Productions
Developer: Glowforth
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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