‘Tell Me Why’ focuses on twins struggling with memories of “loving but troubled childhood.”
Sean and Daniel aren't Max and Chloe, but it doesn't matter; once again, Life Is Strange found a way to make us care about its characters.
The new game from the developers of ‘Life Is Strange’ writes checks for ambitions it can’t cash, but it’s worth the ride.
The developers behind 'Life Is Strange' manage to tell a gripping but upsetting story about a father and son in a toxic relationship.
On the podcast, we talk about how games like 'We Happy Few' seemed to promise games pretty different from what was actually inside.
Did 'Life Is Strange' really need a prequel? Probably not, but this first episode makes a good case for it.
Don't worry, we asked if you'll be watering another plant in the new series, too.
Dontnod Entertainment was remixing the recent past well before Max’s Arcadia Bay adventure.
London, 1918. The Great War has shaken the city's residents. An outbreak of flu is becoming a pandemic. And then there's the small matter of vampires in the East End.