Imagine my trepidation when Legendary Entertainment announced plans to tackle Life is Strange, Dontnod Entertainment’s episodic exploration into teen life and time travel as a live-action series.
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The penultimate episode of Dontnod Entertainment's time-travelling adventure hit, Life is Strange, is launching next week.
Play some of that sweet indie music, because we're taking a trip to the Pacific Northwest and exploring a Life is Strange Edition of the Greatest Game Art.
The minds behind the time-travelling adventure game Life Is Strange said some big changes would happen if season two gets green-lit.
Though the third episode, "Chaos Theory," doesn't pack quite as much of an emotional punch as the previous chapter, Max's search for the truth in Arcadia Bay does take some startling turns.
Max and Chloe get into some more time-travelling shenanigans while investigating the disappearance of their friend in Life is Strange: Episode Three.
Prepare to do the time warp again when Episode 3 of Life is Strange launches this month.
The “game over” screen has long been an experience that every gamer is familiar with. This dreaded ending to a gaming session is the most widely used example of a failure state.
Where the first episode applied some very basic foundations for the world and the characters, "Out of Time" really lets us explore the friendship these two girls share, even though they've been apart for so long.
Dontnod's new trailer for Life is Strange looks more fun than a barrel full of 12 monkeys. Here's the primer for episode two (puns intended).