Life is Strange: True Colors
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Developer: Deck Nine
Content Rating: Mature
Alex Chen hides her 'curse': the psychic power of Empathy, the ability to absorb the emotions of others. When her brother dies in a so-called accident, Alex must embrace her power to find the truth. Pre-order now to get 4 additional in-game outfits.
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Lingering gripes aside, Life is Strange: True Colors is Deck Nine’s best work to date and I’d place it just behind the original brace of games. It’s more streamlined, has no “fail” states, and doesn’t delve quite as deeply into the supporting cast, but the story is compelling, the pacing brisk, it throws in several enjoyable gameplay diversions, and offers an incredible audio-visual experience that complements every other element.
Sure, the lack of a central mystery, or the prescience of these games’ illusion of choice, can definitely be held against the game in the end – but honestly, I think Haven Springs is worth a visit, warts and all, and that those who do visit will find a lovely, affecting, and engaging story that is absolutely among the strongest showings this series has ever had.
Life Is Strange: True Colors is a return to form for the franchise, which delivers a captivating story from start to finish, one that will see you go through all the emotions. Just like Alex Chen herself.