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Last Stop

The newest game on this list, Last Stop is one that gives us the most accurate representation of the mundanity of everyday life in London. From seeing passengers sat on the tube to walking the streets, this story-driven adventure allows players a true slice of life in London. While the game itself deals with supernatural themes, the setting couldn’t be more realistic (as long as you ignore the made-up names for the Underground stations!).

But even though the stations may have fake names, you’ll recognise many locations as you make your way through the game. Even if there’s nothing as iconic as big ben, the surburban streets will take you straight to Bermondsey and that ride on the train will transport you directly to the Circle and District line. It’s a fantastic game, too; if you’re looking for one of the best games set in London, it doesn’t get much better than Last Stop.

Read our review of Last Stop

Gaming has been a life-long love for Stan. To him, there's nothing better than getting lost in a single player adventure. He calls Hyrule home, but occasionally also ventures to a galaxy far far away... Fancy a game of Gwent?