Losing control Originally published May 18, 2019 at Doublejump.co Life is Strange 2’s third episode feels like fighting a tidal wave. Your attempts to “deal” with Daniel start to fail and you realise that your telekinetic little brother is his own person, an individual separate from yourself as the player. After raising him for two… Continue reading Doublejump Reviews Life is Strange 2 – Episode 3: Wastelands
The sophomore series reveals a powerful and compelling identity of its own Originally published January 30, 2019 at Doublejump.co The second episode of Life is Strange 2 opens with a recap in the style of a bedtime story. It replaces the two brothers with wolves, their friends and family with other helpful animals and their ‘foes’ with… Continue reading Doublejump Reviews Life is Strange 2 – Episode 2: Rules
Strange times. Originally published 10 October, 2018 at Doublejump.co Roads, the first episode of Dontnod Entertainment’s Life is Strange 2, starts off slow and probably won’t grab you as strongly as you’d hope. Though the opening scene means to show ‘the norm’, you won’t find yourself very invested, and even after its story really kicks off, Life is… Continue reading Doublejump Reviews Life is Strange 2 – Episode 1: Roads
As much as I loved it, I never want to touch the original Life Is Strange again – or maybe I’m just afraid to. For myself at least, Dontnod Entertainment achieved something that’s rare and difficult to do in a video game: crafted a journey that genuinely felt like my own, where the choices I made were mine. It’s the reason I didn’t touch its prequel, Before the Storm: for me, the story was over.