Life is Strange is coming to iPad and iPhone December 14th. The first three episodes will be available that day, with episodes four and five to follow in early 2018. Android will also be coming in 2018.
Following the controversy surrounding this year’s voice-acting strike, Hannah Telle and Ashly Burch will be returning to Life is Strange via the prequel Before The Storm, Deck Nine Games says. The pair will reprise their roles solely for a bonus episode available in Before The Storm’s Deluxe Edition, which releases in…
Gamers often talk about the convergence of film and games. But in Life Is Strange, some of my favorite moments are the literary allusions because they make the world feel richer and more authentic.
In the second episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm, teenage protagonist Chloe Price can no longer act as if nobody gets her. Someone does, and she’s into Chloe. Episode two’s biggest strength is capturing the electricity of a new crush. Together, Chloe and Rachel Amber create a force of nature, not unlike the…
Life Is Strange is back with a prequel, Before The Storm. It hasn’t disappointed fans, who are documenting the feels it gave them all over the Steam reviews.
Within minutes of starting Life Is Strange: Before The Storm, Chloe Price smoked a cigarette, stood in front of a moving train, tagged some graffiti, used a fake ID, insulted a burly man, drank beer, and nearly got into a fight. It seemed like she was trying too hard to be edgy. By the end of the first episode, I…
As the longest strike in Screen Actors Guild history chugs on, video game voice actors are making painful career sacrifices to show solidarity with their union. 234 days into the strike, after Microsoft announced Life Is Strange: Before The Storm, fans immediately sussed out that award-winning voice actress and…
The first gameplay footage from Life Is Strange: Before The Storm tries hard to recapture the drama from the original game.
Get ready for a hella teen time in Life is Strange: Before the Storm, a prequel starring Chloe and Rachel before the events of the first game. There will be three episodes total, with the first one releasing on August 31st.
We’re just over a week away from E3, and video game companies everywhere are leaking like ships in a hurricane. Today’s rumor is an apparent prequel to Life is Strange, made by a new developer and scheduled to be revealed within the next couple of weeks.
DONTNOD announced today that they are working on a new Life Is Strange game. Details are scarce on the follow-up, but the original teen time-bending simulator has reportedly sold 3 million copies, the developers say.
Life is Strange is getting adapted into a digital TV series, Square Enix announced today. It’s being handled by Legendary Digital Studios, the TV arm of the studio behind the Warcraft movie, Godzilla, and others. There’s no word on when it’ll come out, but given it’s nowhere near production, be patient.
Starting tomorrow, the first episode of Life is Strange will be free to download on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, 360, Mac and PC. Here’s a new trailer, courtesy of DONTDOD.
Life is Strange is, in its own way, one of the prettiest video games of the past few years. It shouldn’t surprise any of you, then, that the art behind the game is also very easy on the eye.
With its story concluded in Episode 5, Square Enix’s episodic adventure Life is Strange is ready to get its retail version. It’s coming out in the U.S. on January 19 for PS4 and Xbox One.
The saga of Teen Girl Selfie Simulator came to a close this week, and it’s been quite a trip. My heart still aches thinking about it all—I’m so attached to the characters! But boy, did some parts of the fifth episode of Life is Strange feel kind of phoned in.
Things get pretty messed up the closing chapter of the Life is Strange saga. At times, Polarized can even feel like a straight-up horror game—which is new!
In less than 24 hours, we’ll finally know how Life Is Strange ends, but I’m worried I already know what trick the developers are going to pull in the finale.