This post will contain spoilers – you have been warned.
It’s rather rare that fictional material can have a noteworthy impact on myself, but it’s easy to be devoted to a game when the storytelling is at its absolute finest. I’ve always loved the ability to witness the impact that decisions can have on the past, present, and future, even if there are occasions where the consequences leave me feeling betrayed or miserable due to the choices that I have made.
For some reason, I never really got invested in the Life is Strange franchise when it was originally introduced in 2015 despite my love for episodic adventure games. After experiencing the thrills and emotions of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: The Final Season last month, I knew I had to properly try Dontnod Entertainment’s franchise once again.