With a sublime soundtrack and stellar acting – especially Erika Mori who is phenomenal as protagonist Alex Chen – Life is Strange has proven it still can be an industry leader.
The visuals are pretty damn great, but where True Colors excels is in its cinematography. Every shot is laced with emotion, just like the story.
It’s classic Life is Strange point and click fare here, but if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
A fantastically written story in a wonderful setting with some incredible story beats – especially chapter 3 – that takes you through all of the emotions. It’s powerful stuff.
Loads of collectibles, some side missions, some progression trophies, nothing but standard fare here, and we’re more than okay with that.