Life is Strange: True Colors

I have been a big fan of the “Life is Strange” games for a few years now, and I was excited when I heard of “True Colors.” This game isn’t as memorable as the first game, but there is still plenty for fans of story-based games. There are lots of choices involved that can impact the ending and the mechanics of analyzing people’s emotions is unique. The story is a bit on the slower side, but I still found myself engaged by the central mystery. The game does present some interesting optional tasks that I tried to do as many of as I felt were beneficial and it gave the game a bit of an open world feeling. Overall, it’s a solid game for fans of the franchise or story centered games, so I am glad I checked it out.




Author: Yash Bansal Reviews

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