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Monday, 4 May 2015

Life is Strange Episode 2 PC



Life is Strange Episode 2 PC
Life is Strange Episode 2

Life is Strange Game Reviews 

Life is Strange is a graphic adventure video game, developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Square Enix. It was released as episodes on different dates for Windows, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.

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Life is Strange Gameplay

Life is Strange full version puts the player into the shoes of Maxine Caufield, who is a photography student. The game is played from the third-person perspective. He finds that he is bestowed with the ability of rewinding time at any moment, making every possible choice available for him to perform the butterfly effect. The gameplay is divided into 5 episodes. There is a time span of 7 weeks between these episodes. In Life is Strange, great focus has been put over story and character arc rather than graphical adventure tropes like traditional point-and-click, puzzle games. The game progresses as the choices are made by player. The choices he makes affect the story of the game. The player can also rewind the dialogues whilst branching options are used for conversation. As the player resets an event, he can use the previous details in the foreseeable future. The player is allowed to review and interact with entities indicated by a UI of hand-made icons, enabling puzzle solving. Moreover, there are Easter eggs in all the levels so as to facilitate exploration.
The game begins with Maxine taken into the vision of a lighthouse removed by a fierce twister. She is awoken suddenly and finds that she is in the class. To regain her senses, she moves towards the restroom, where she witnesses a girl’s murder. After that, she rewinds time and is thrown into the classroom from before. As she was aware of the following outcome, she moves hurriedly to save the girl. Her effort is fruitful, as she succeeds in saving the girl who is revealed to be Max’s childhood friend. Max tells her that she can rewind time. Moreover, she explained to her that whatever she sees in the dream is actually going to happen in the near future. As the game progresses, it becomes more sensational, enthralled and intriguing.

Life is Strange System Requirements

CPU Speed: Dual Core 2.0GHz or equivalent
RAM: 2 GB
OS: Windows Vista
Video Card: ATI or NVidia card w/ 512 MB RAM (not recommended for Intel HD Graphics cards)
Free Disk Space: 3 GB



Life is Strange Episode 2 PC

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