ByTyler Ourada, writer at Creators.co
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Life is Strange, fallows a young girl named Max (short for Maxine) who gains the ability to control time.

Life is strange is perhaps one of the cutest M rated titles I've played sense The Last Of Us Left Behind. And protagonist Max, is one of the most adorable and lovable characters I've seen in a game sense Ellie from The Last Of Us.

And how can you not like a game were you play as (in an epic voice) "THE MASTER OF TIME AND SPACE!!!!!!"

Life is Strange feels a lot like a cross between a tween movie, and The Butterfly Effect with Ashton Kutcher (which I have no opinion on, because I have not seen that movie in years, and the only thing I remember out it, other than the plot, is that it had Ashton Kutcher in it). It also had a bit f a Heroes vibe to it

Life is Strange is a game that proves you don't need, Zombies, mass amounts of blood and gore, or Micheal Bay -esk explosions (I'm lookin' at you Just Cause 3) to be a fun or memorable game.

Life is Strange is as touching as a good Pixar film (like if Riley from Inside Out was a time traveler). If you are a sensitive person, this game does have a few moments that will make you shed a tear.

This game does have some less than great dialog, and at times it seems hard to tell if this game was meant for an older audience, or a younger one. The whole feel of the game, feels like one for tweens and young adults, but it deals with some dark themes, that feel more geared towards adults. But all in all, I really enjoyed the game, so I gotta give it a thumbs up.

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