Life is Strange: Episode 5 - Polarized for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Life is Strange: Episode 5 - Polarized

Oct 20, 2015
This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.

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Content Rating: Mature


Max learns that time is impossible to control as she moves inexorably towards the most agonising decision of her life. Arcadia Bay, meanwhile, is preparing to weather a huge storm as Life is Strange comes to a gripping and gut wrenching conclusion.

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7 Reviews
Kimberley WallaceOct 21, 2015
Despite all its supernatural elements, Life is Strange is relatable, and that's what gives its ending the biggest punch. It makes you reexamine everything you've done up until that point. Sure, the project has had its share of missteps, but it's also been full of powerful moments that surpass your average experience with a video game.
Dean JamesOct 23, 2015
Life is Strange may have released with little fanfare earlier this year, but there is no doubt it has left its mark from beginning to end. The final episode concludes the story of Max Caulfield in a somewhat predictable, though still beautifully written way. Time rewinding may not be as important, but time travel adds new layers to the character interactions throughout that conclude with a final choice for the ages. Episode 5 is truly a culmination of the Life is Strange journey that provides a very satisfying ending to this really special game that must not be overlooked.
Cesar OteroOct 23, 2015
Uno empieza Polarized con ganas de saber al fin cómo terminará, pero como todo final de temporada, con miedo y ganas de que al mismo tiempo no llegue el final, porque una vez se termina todo se acabó. Es el episodio más intenso, en el que más nos movemos, y en el que llega un climax que no nos suelta una bomba y listo, sino que nos sueltan la bomba y nos dicen “venga, ahora a elegir”.