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Watch 13 minutes of Life Is Strange: True Colors gameplay

Watch 13 minutes of Life Is Strange: True Colors gameplay

There are several reasons behind the success of the Life Is Strange series. A good storyline with a lot of freedom of choice on the players' part is one of them, but there is also the immersive feeling of adventure that the games deliver, making you feel as if you were in the shoes of each protagonist. All this is usually hard to notice when you are not playing the game, but a video recently published by developer Deck Nine allows you to take a deeper look into the upcoming game in the series Life Is Strange: True Colors. The video features 13 minutes of gameplay that follow Alex Chen as she meets several characters in Haven Springs.



A notable thing aboutLife Is Strange: True Colors that makes it different from its predecessors is that Alex does not discover her ability to perceive other people's emotions as colors during the game. This game is not about the potentially traumatic experience caused by such a discovery but about how Alex uses her powers to investigate her brother's death. Her extraordinary power is just another element of the narrative, and it feels pretty natural. Even though the game is not played in the first-person view, Life Is Strange: True Colors delivers a feeling of deep immersion and captivates you with its story. It also demonstrates that you don't need to use violence and flashy explosions to create an outstanding story that revolves around the superpowers of a specific individual.

Of course, 13 minutes is not enough to reveal any critical fact about the mysterious death of Alex's brother. Still, we hope that it's enough to give you some insight into the kind of experience Life Is Strange: True Colors offers. The game will be available on September 10 across all platforms, but Nintendo Switch, whose owners will have to wait a bit longer.

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