Back in January, DONTNOD and Square Enix released the first episode of Life is Strange into the world- which we really enjoyed. We gave the first episode a proper review, deciding to wait until the entirety of the season was released to give another. I did however list my thoughts after playing through each episode which
The finale for Life is Strange is just around the corner, and to help bring the hype train into the station, a new trailer has been released. Keep an eye out for our full Life is Strange Season 1 review later this week!
As I dived into the penultimate episode of Life is Strange, I was reminded of how the narrative drove me to the very bizarre and jaw dropping ending from the previous episode. The episode starts off right away and for about twenty minutes you just feel absolutely terrible seeing the consequences of the actions that the
Things have gotten stranger and darker as we’ve progressed through Life is Strange. Episode 4 “Darkroom” seems that it will continue to drive Max further into these darker depths with an End of the World party while she gets closer to finding out the truth about the missing student Rachel Amber. Luckily we won’t have
While out at PAX East this past weekend we got to sit down with members of DONTNOD and Square Enix to talk about Life is Strange and see a demo of Episode 2. Spoilers ahead if you haven’t checked out the first episode of Life is Strange!
When I first heard of of DONTNOD and Square Enix’s new game Life is Strange, my mind immediately jumped to “oh so it plays like those Telltale games? I could maybe get into that”. What I ended up getting into, was something even greater than the Telltale series’ that I have come to enjoy. Story
Life is Strange, the latest from a partnership between DONTNOD and Square Enix launches today on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Chrysalis, the first of five episodes is available for $4.99 and if you’re interested in picking up the complete package, $19.99. There will also be a free trial mode
Today, Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment released their first Developer Diary for their upcoming title, Life is Strange. Additionally, they have released the specs for the PC version of the game: MINIMUM: OS: Windows Vista Processor: Dual Core 2.0GHz or equivalent Memory: 2 GB RAM Graphics: ATI or NVidia card w/ 512 MB RAM (not recommended for Intel
Today, Square Enix announced Life is Strange- an episodic, narrative driven adventure game being developed by DONTNOD Entertainment (Remeber Me). The game takes place in Arcadia Bay, Oregon where senior Max Caulfield returns and reunites with her former friend Chloe to attempt to uncover the truth about the disappearance of their fellow student Rachel Amber.