Life is Strange: Episode 4 - Dark Room for Xbox One
Xbox One

Life is Strange: Episode 4 - Dark Room

Jul 28, 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 realises that changing the past can lead to painful consequences and that time is not a great healer. Her investigation into the disappearance of Rachel Amber begins to reach a thrilling conclusion as she finds the Dark Room. Will the answers lie within? Or will there just be trouble?

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Mitch DyerJul 31, 2015
Dark Room is the most complicated, conflicting episode of Life Is Strange yet. It sets up a finale that could be a genuine stunner, but there’s a lot resting on its shoulders. That finale will need to even out the drastic and disappointing change in tone established in Dark Room, which compromises its characters for the sake of a cool mystery. An emotional intro and devastating outro show how well Dontnod can handle both separately, but the hours in between leave so much to be desired in terms of marrying these people to their story.
Drew LeachmanJul 31, 2015
I know, this is not much of a review, but if I spoiled anything for any potential players, I have failed at my job as a reviewer. I firmly believe Life is Strange is an amazing series, and I stick by this statement. This episode kicks it into overdrive and now makes the next month and a half wait for the finale that much longer.
Kimberley WallaceJul 28, 2015
A lot happens in this episode, and it looks to be building up to a hell of a finale - for better or worse. I just hope the ending is satisfying and provides a worthy reason for all this. Bad things happen in the world, but this game makes me it feel like that's all there is. Thankfully, Dontnod has created a charming cast of characters and premise so bizarre that I'm willing to withstand some of the problematic subject matter just to see its end.