Spread the love Tweet Despite having enjoyed the first season of Life is Strange, I never got around to playing Before the Storm or this summer’s standalone release, The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. This wasn’t necessarily on purpose on my behalf, I just found myself kind of un-intrigued by the new projects in this universe that were being made.
Spread the love1 Tweet 1Share Originally revealed during Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2018, the newly-released The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit acts as a spin-off in the Life is Strange series (and serves as a bridge into the series’ upcoming sequel), and now the game is available to play completely free. In celebration of the release of The Awesome
Spread the love Tweet Square Enix has announced that Dontnod Entertainment’s narrative adventure Life is Strange has started allowing players to pre-register for the Android version arriving in July. It is expected to launch with all five episodes and will feature controller support that is exclusive to Android users. Life is Strange is already available on iOS and has access to
Spread the love Tweet Life is Strange from developer Dontnod and publisher Square Enix has been highly successful since its initial launch in 2015, selling over 3 million copies. Today, we learned that it will be expanding into another medium. Titan Comics, who are known for publishing other video game comics based on titles like Bloodborne
Spread the love Tweet Back in 2015, Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix released Life is Strange, an episodic narrative-driven game focusing on a girl named Max who gets the power to manipulate time. Today, they revealed that game would finally be coming to iOS devices, specifically the iPhone and iPad. Episodes 1-3 of the series will