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Last Resort may refer to:



  • "Last Resort" (song), a song by Papa Roach from their 2000 album Infest
  • The Last Resort, a 2006 album by the Danish electronic musician Trentemøller
  • "The Last Resort", a 1976 song by the Eagles from the album Hotel California
  • The Last Resort, a British Oi! band
  • Last Resort, a song by Rafi Sofer, recordings of an interview about the hurricane that struck New Orleans in the song.

Film and television

Computers and gaming

  • Last Resort (video game), a 1992 video game for the Neo-Geo system
  • 9: The Last Resort, a 1995 computer game
  • LastResort, a font created by Apple, Inc., used to display Unicode text
  • Last Resort, a multiplayer map in Halo 3


In popular culture, Last Resort or The Last Resort may refer to:

Other media
  • Last Res0rt, an online webcomic about a vampire on a futuristic reality show

LastResort can refer to:

  • LastResort, a font created by Apple, Inc., used to display Unicode text

Objects or organizations ... of last resort can include:

See also


Strategy wiki

Up to date as of January 23, 2010

From StrategyWiki, the free strategy guide and walkthrough wiki

Last Resort
Box artwork for Last Resort.
Developer(s) SNK
Publisher(s) SNK
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Shooter
System(s) Arcade, Neo Geo, Neo Geo CD
Mode(s) Single player, Co-op

Last Resort is an arcade shoot 'em up video game by SNK released in 1992. It was also released for the Neo Geo and Neo Geo CD systems, as well as SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable. Extremely difficult, its gameplay was heavily inspired by R-Type and its system of pod attached to the player's ship. Its first level remained memorable for its homage to the futuristic Neo-Tokyo depicted in the anime Akira.

The game has five stages. In each stage, the player has battle through swarms of enemy war machines and planes. In some stages mid-bosses can be battled. If the player makes it far enough and the cyber jet is destroyed, the game can resume to a checkpoint, but cyber jet will lose all its power ups. When the player gets to the end of the stage, the player will have to battle a robotic boss, aiming fire on its weak point to destroy it.

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