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Generally favorable reviews - based on 67 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 52 out of 67
  2. Negative: 1 out of 67
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  1. Sep 8, 2021
    100
    It is rare when I find a game that tries to capture real people and nails it so well. Every aspect of Life is Strange: True Colors — from the dialogue to the characters to the paths they took — is real and vivid, and I fell in love with all of it almost immediately. If the ending doesn’t get people talking for the next several months, we’ve failed as a society because the entire final two chapters were impossible to look and walk away from. The game is an absolute gem and shouldn’t be overlooked.
  2. Sep 8, 2021
    100
    You will be forced to make hard decisions and live with them as Alex Chen, some of which will have an irreversible impact on the narrative. Yet there’s no harrowing conclusion to be uncovered here. Much like real life, each revelation is a punch you must roll with, whether it’s losing a loved one or conjuring up the courage to confess your love to a crush. No matter how trivial or monumental, True Colors makes each moment matter as it forms the identity of a woman I came to care for and relate to in ways that few games have managed to achieve. This brings me back to the sibling bond between Alex and Gabe, and how it feels like a virtual replacement for the bond between myself and the brother I wasn’t able to bid farewell to. I had that chance here, and I can’t describe how much that means to me. Without being overly poetic or needlessly saccharine, I’m glad more games are engaging with how we can learn, grow, and love as human beings, and the rewards that come with accepting such hardships along the way. Life is Strange: True Colors truly is something special.
  3. Sep 8, 2021
    100
    The best Life is Strange game yet. Through the concept of empathy, True Colors manages to drive video game storytelling to new heights. An expanded scope, hugely impressive production values and new, bingeable format make this a must-play for fans of narrative adventures.
  4. Sep 8, 2021
    100
    I could wax lyrical about so many elements of Life is Strange: True Colors, going into detail about every tiny thing that makes its storytelling so incredible, but I won't. The narrative should be uncovered as you play it, and going in with as little knowledge as possible will make those twists and turns have that much more impact. This is without a doubt the best game in the series yet. The characterisation, the worldbuilding, the visuals, the facial animations – practically everything here is flawless. With True Colors, Deck Nine has solidified itself as the master of narrative adventure, and I can't wait to see what comes next.
  5. Oct 25, 2021
    95
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a technically brilliant and emotionally-driven masterpiece, providing a compelling narrative wrapped around some of the best choice-based gameplay I’ve experienced in years. It also made me reflect on what my life can be if I just take a minute to let go, which isn’t something I can say about many other pieces of art or media.
  6. Sep 9, 2021
    95
    I had waited with bated breath to play Life is Strange's next narrative adventure and I can honestly say I wasn't let down. Every expectation was met and then some. From the deeply impactful writing, the consequences of choices, and the attention to every detail, True Colors was an experience that I can't wait to start all over again.
  7. Sep 8, 2021
    95
    Life is Strange: True Colors is another success for Deck Nine, highlighting how well they understand the source material and its connection with the audience. The new characters, location, and power are an instant classic of the series and we can only hope they continue to develop this world alongside DONTNOD.
  8. Oct 29, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors sets a new bar for the series. Deck Nine does a stellar job of exploring painful topics that evoke true emotion both in-game and out, using its cast of well-written characters and set pieces, all packaged within a gorgeous environment and a beautiful soundscape.
  9. Oct 26, 2021
    90
    The end result is a remarkable, powerful game. Life is Strange: True Colors stays true to the series’ roots, using supernatural twists and an underlying mystery as the backdrop for a story that’s focused on the quiet beauty of everyday life and the connections that form between people. Within that, it carves its own path with a moving exploration of the power of empathy and the importance of finding a place to call home.
  10. Sep 29, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors is, without a doubt, the best in the series in my opinion. After some disappointment with Deck Nine's previous work, True Colors has managed to win over my heart and for the first time in a long while, care for a narrative driven game like this one.
  11. Sep 16, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a rumination on loss, empathy, and finding your place in the word. A great cast is bolstered by improved visuals, animations, and a truly remarkable protagonist in Alex Chen, making this the true highlight of the series.
  12. Sep 14, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange True Colors has everything that fans of rich storytelling will love: a varied cast of characters, an intriguing setting to explore, and the chance the affect the overall outcome of what happens, putting the storytelling right into the player’s hands. While at times the game does feel slightly more linear than previous titles and plot points can feel rehashed, it’ll keep you coming back to the town of Haven Springs time and time again. It’s a game about walking to the beat of your own drum — we’re all on a journey of self-discovery and emotion, and Life is Strange True Colors reflects that to its core.
  13. Sep 10, 2021
    90
    Deck Nine and Square Enix took a gamble when ditching the episodic blueprint for Life is Strange: True Colors. But the decision has paid off, delivering one of the series’ more refined entries to date, and one that isn’t hampered by needless padding. Even though it’s held back slightly by one too many glitches, Haven Springs is a joy to explore, and Alex’s journey of grief and the importance of expressing your emotions is one that will stay with me for a long time to come.
  14. Sep 10, 2021
    90
    These small flaws aside, True Colors is tugs at your heartstrings and doesn’t let go until its credits roll. It’s a wholesome game that covers some deep subject matter, but gives it to you in a way that makes for an enjoyable viewing and gaming experience. Fans of the series will love how familiar it feels to the other games, but everyone will appreciate how mature its themes are that continue to emphasize the uniqueness and unexpectedness life can bring – superpowers in hand or not.
  15. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life Is Strange: True Colors is right up there as one of the best games in the series, if not the outright best. Its characters are interestingly complex and believable, the writing is strong — albeit a bit clichéd in true Life Is Strange fashion — and its more sinister narrative has plenty of twists and turns that’ll keep you hooked. It’s all punctuated by heartwarming, lighthearted sections reminiscent of Before the Storm’s beloved ‘play’ scene, and its decisions will have you second-guessing yourself for hours. The whole experience is wrapped up in the strongest presentation values and a soundtrack that never skips a beat. This is a must-play for fans of the series, and a serious contender for my Game of the Year.
  16. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors is exactly what Deck Nine meant it to be. It's difficult, even when you know exactly how someone feels to say the right thing, encourage the right path, and keep hold of your own emotions too. It's tender but funny. It's cheesy yet sincere. And those of you that loved the original Life is Strange will likely love this, too.
  17. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    When Alex experiences joy for the first time, a warm golden glow emanates from the characters, sparkling and twisting into the laughter-filled air. Life Is Strange: True Colors fills my heart with the same sensation. Then breaks it in the most bittersweet way I could imagine. Alex’s story is a colourful tapestry, stitched together with the gossamer thread of what it means to be human. It’s a glimmering, supernatural journey that reminds you life really is… weird.
  18. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    The writers from Deck Nine and DONTNOD have demonstrated that their gift is not unlike Alex's. They have an empathy and understanding of the struggles that humans face. Life is Strange: True Colors builds on what the first installment did well, and does it even better. No game in the series so far has reached this height of catharsis, and by the end of it, players will be heartbroken to leave the imperfectly perfect town of Haven Springs.
  19. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: Colors effectively leads you through an emotionally impactful story with strong character development through the power of empathy
  20. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors is an emotional rollercoaster that highlights everything that makes the series great.
  21. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life Is Strange: True Colors is an incredible new addition to the series. It brings perhaps the most likeable protagonist yet, the absolutely gorgeous Haven Springs, and an excellent supporting cast together for an intensely emotional but hopeful tale. With enough gorgeous sweeping cinematic shots to put an indie film to shame, and some absolutely incredible writing, Alex’s journey is something you must experience.
  22. 90
    While the original game remains a touchstone for me, Life is Strange: True Colors is the best iteration the series has seen yet. The narrative adventure also betters the diversity the franchise is already beloved for, providing an exceptional hero in an authentic, badass Asian-American woman that can be LGBTQ+ (should they so choose it). Filled to the brim with narrative and character twists at every turn, this is a game that made me laugh, cry and fall in love. With moments that hit like a bullet train, Life is Strange: True Colors is a must-play. Jump on in and feel all the feelings, friends. You'll be glad you did.
  23. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors grapples with some heavy emotions -- literally and figuratively -- and manages to stick the landing more often than not. The various chapters range from fine to great, with more being somewhere just above good than not. Its choices felt meaningful, its dialogue largely heartfelt, and I’m still thinking about the ending days later. It’d be easy to boil the game down to being a glorified empathy simulator, but the reality is that Life is Strange: True Colors is more complicated, more beautifully complex than that. And for a game in part about the manifestation of emotional resonance, it does end up being emotionally resonant. It’s hard to ask for more than the delivery on that promise.
  24. 90
    Though Life is Strange: True Colors isn’t as action-heavy as previous games, its relaxed atmosphere, witty writing, and visual upgrades easily put it on par with the best of the franchise.
  25. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a fantastic slice of life from an idealized alternate universe. Alex is an excellent protagonist, and her adventures with her attractive, funny friends in their beautiful town is a great way to spend about twelve hours.
  26. Sep 8, 2021
    90
    At times funny, exciting, mysterious, and heartbreaking, Life Is Strange: True Colors made me fall in love with this little town and all of those who live there. I hope this isn’t the last we see of Alex. A character this wonderful deserves many adventures to come.
  27. 88
    Life is Strange: True Colors catches up with the original Life is Strange on a narrative level and, unsurprisingly, improves the experience with superior graphics quality, remarkable voice acting, and a beautiful soundtrack. Once stepped out of the bus, it will be easy to totally identify with Alex and be carried away not only by her search for truth but also, more simply, by the everyday life and warmth that only a place like Haven Springs can offer.
  28. Sep 17, 2021
    85
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a must-play for anyone with even the vaguest interest in the series. It takes everything that has made the franchise good and elevates it to new heights. This is Life is Strange at its most confident, its most sentimental, and its most engrossing.
  29. Sep 8, 2021
    85
    Life is Strange: True Colors offers a solid narrative with many options to unlock and a mystery to solve. Yes, it sounds like more of the same, but the investigation and the story development through the perception and emotions of others make this a unique and enjoyable experience. Even with its flaws, you will enjoy the new Deck Nine game.
  30. Sep 8, 2021
    85
    True Colors’ writing is so strong that it didn’t need a supernatural ability to tell this story. I laughed, I cried, and the things that stick with me are the moments where Alex is tested and comes into her own. And there’s something special in how True Colors gives you the power to decide her future and what her life needs, making for a memorable ending with a highlight reel of what you envision for the character. Due to all branching choice variations, you can probably get in a few different playthroughs, but the overall message never changes: Don’t give up. It may be a well-worn saying, but it means a lot in Alex Chen’s pained life.
  31. 85
    Life is Strange: True Colors is an incredibly endearing game, with a wonderful cast of characters and the charming town of Haven Springs proving to be a standout. Some narrative hiccups were not enough to stop this game from resonating with me, and one of my only complaints is that it was over all too soon.
  32. Sep 8, 2021
    83
    Technically speaking the best entry in the series, Life is Strange: True Colors takes up and improves the path traced by Dontnod with the original Life is Strange.
  33. Sep 8, 2021
    83
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a unique game, unlike anything I have played before. It is a departure from the other titles in the series, while also retaining the soul of what made people enjoy those games so much. With a stronger focus on interpersonal relationships and genuinely empathizing with those around you (both friend and foe), it feels like the series is finding its footing and pushing forward to bigger and better things. The decision to switch from the episodic format to a full upfront release pays off and I think Life is Strange: True Colors is much better for it. Once I got invested in the story, I did not want to stop playing, and I think a lot of the decisions and connections you make would start to lose their meaning if there were an extended break in between chapters.
  34. Sep 27, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a complete title that will take around nine to ten hours to finish. This might prove a bit steep for the price, but the pacing and character work do well to make this story worth the time. The colourful visuals compliment Alex's power, but there are a few rough patches along the way. Despite the soundtrack of original and licensed songs blending into the world, the Live Stream mode is half baked and should be revisited in the future because as a shared experience; this game shines with complexion.
  35. PLAY
    Sep 20, 2021
    80
    Haven Springs will work its charm on you. Alex Chen is easy to root for and her story is well worth playing for Life is Strange series fans and newbies alike. [Issue#6, p.78]
  36. Sep 20, 2021
    80
    True Colors is a worthy continuation of the franchise. Releasing all the episodes at the same time was a good call, since you can go through the story in one sitting, offering around 8 hours’ worth of emotional journey. It is not perfect, and it would have deserved a more elaborate ending. It cannot be as emotional as Before the Storm or as important as the first game, but it keeps the best parts of its predecessors and adds some new elements that fit seamlessly in the mix. It is mandatory for all the fans of the series and a must try for those who think video games should be about much more than just shooting and explosions.
  37. Sep 15, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors has the best characters in the whole series, but at the same time, it also has the weakest story. The narrative takes way too long to take off, and by that time, it might already be too late for many players.
  38. True Colors is worth exploring in its entirety, but it glosses over the rougher parts of life, painting them in a romantic light.
  39. Sep 9, 2021
    80
    While Telltale has shut down and Life is Strange isn’t the surprise hipster hit it was in 2015, True Colors shows that there are plenty of themes, characters, and superpowers for developers to explore in the future.
  40. Sep 9, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors is an excellent entry in the series, and a great place to jump in for newcomers. Some technical issues can’t be overlooked now that it’s a full-priced title, but it’s something that seems easily fixable with a patch or two. Alex Chen is an incredibly endearing character that asks us to face our grief and empathize with other people’s struggles, reminding us of our shared human experience.
  41. 80
    A charming addition to the Life Is Strange franchise that has one of the best branching narratives in any video game and one of the most likeable set of characters.
  42. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors is the largest and most ambitious chapter in the Square-Enix series, but it does not reach the narrative depth of the previous chapters.
  43. 80
    There’s no denying that Life Is Strange: True Colors does things a little differently from previous games while retaining that signature look and feel that we’ve come to expect from the series. Overall, it’s a solid effort from Deck Nine and a considerable step up from their last take on the series, Before The Storm.
  44. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    Life Is Strange: True Colors sets out to explore the concept of empathy and it succeeds. The game is able to discuss and handle many serious topics with care while also managing to tell a meaningful story of loss and acceptance. The game introduces one of the best protagonists in the franchise yet and excels in its core gameplay mechanics.
  45. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors presents a great adventure in this beloved series with significant choices and player-driven interactions. The result is a beautiful story of empathy and new beginnings where players have the freedom to shape the narrative the way they want and deal with the consequences along the way. The character animations and voiced dialogue only elevate it to new levels of quality, but long loading times and strange responses can hurt the pacing tremendously.
  46. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    With Life is Strange: True Colors, Deck Nine has recreated with faithfulness the "Dontnod formula", so if you are looking for a story about the weight of emotions, putting the spotlight on the things that matters and with lots of hard decisions... Don't look any further.
  47. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    Outside of a few flaws, True Colors is the peak of the Life is Strange series to date.
  48. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors is the third installment of the award-winning saga conceived by Dontnod but it is the first one developed by Deck Nine Games. Right from the start you will be highly captivated by the story of Alex Chen and Haven Springs. Too bad only for some problems related to the narrative rhythm that do not allow the game to make the definitive leap in quality that it deserves.
  49. Sep 8, 2021
    80
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a lovely tale about empathy, self-acceptance and humanity. Probability it's not the most original or neither the neatest one, but it's something that we probably need these days.
  50. Sep 8, 2021
    76
    Life is Strange: True Colors presents a tale of empathy as you witness a town struggle to deal with a tragic event. I enjoyed my time in Haven, especially when seeing the world through the eyes of different characters and the ending presented an interesting twist. However, it's all over quickly and the mystery-solving portion is lackluster but it's an ultimately rewarding experience.
  51. Sep 14, 2021
    75
    Another interesting story, supported by believable characters and excellent voice-acting. It’s a shame the graphics aren’t always up to par. The current-gen optimalization also needs some improvement.
  52. Sep 13, 2021
    75
    Life is Strange: True Colors is not a perfect game and it is difficult to compare it with its predecessors, since each one is special and has a totally different approach. It can be classified as the most mature of the saga, although it has some problems when it comes to dealing with the psychological factor surrounding the protagonist.
  53. CD-Action
    Jan 19, 2022
    70
    Life Is Strange drifted away from exciting teenage stories towards serious narratives commenting on our reality. Alex’s ability elevated interactions to a new level but its potential feels unrealized. The game is also short and the story only livens up by the end of it. [12/2021, p.46]
  54. Edge Magazine
    Oct 9, 2021
    70
    In its best moments (of which there are plenty), this is about as good as Life is Strange has ever been. [Issue#364, p.112]
  55. Oct 4, 2021
    70
    A modern narrative adventure game with an amazingly lovable heroine and plenty of strong scenes. But it’s also a tad too ambitious in scope. It looks great, sounds great and its story holds together for the most part, so in the end, you should probably play it. Just not on consoles!
  56. Sep 21, 2021
    70
    Bursting with color, and well acted, but also a bit to short and clumsy at times.
  57. Sep 9, 2021
    70
    There is light that developer Deck Nine just never allows darkness to touch, and there is joy to be had in being able to play some small part in making sure they all do better. But the disconnect between that vibe and the turmoil that brought Alex here to begin with is tangible, and the game would achieve brilliance if those two concerns could connect. Dropping by Haven Springs is still time well-spent--but it's simply a pleasant visit, rather than a powerful, emotionally resonant one.
  58. Sep 8, 2021
    70
    True Colors is the best game in the series since Before the Storm, and it will satisfy your narrative craving for a time.
  59. Sep 8, 2021
    70
    There isn’t an easy way to recommend Life is Strange: True Colors. It, like the rest of the Life is Strange franchise, isn’t a typical game. It’s more akin to a visual novel or point-and-click adventure. The game is a slow, enjoyable experience, perfect for when you want to wind down for the night or get up in the morning. More than that, though, it’s an emotional triumph. Experiencing Alex’s adventure and seeing the world through her excellently crafted perspective is a joy that hit me harder than I expected it to.
  60. Sep 8, 2021
    70
    Life Is Strange: True Colors is worth your time, and is a title you don't want to miss. Just be ready to put the controller down at the start of fifth chapter, and pretend that the game ends at this exact point.
  61. Sep 8, 2021
    70
    Life is Strange: True Colors is an experience that can be appreciated in the sweetness of its journey, sublimated by shimmering colors, animations more accomplished than ever and very beautiful melodies. With this episode, Deck Nine Games chose to explore empathy from top to bottom; a preponderant aspect in the powers granted, the narration and the construction of the characters. The whole provides a very neat adventure on a human level, but which undeniably lacks a certain liveliness in its actions and the unfolding of the plot. The result is an investigation that lacks a certain panache.
  62. Sep 10, 2021
    60
    Life is Strange: True Colors might feature grown-up characters, but it's evident the franchise itself still has a bit of growing to do. Deck Nine tries and ultimately fails to tell a story of emotional healing at best. At worst, it treats difficult topics with a flippant callousness that suggests it doesn't quite understand how to deal with these emotions to begin with, let alone tell a meaningful story about healing and moving on.
  63. Sep 8, 2021
    60
    Life is Strange: True Colors is a game that constantly aims higher, but never really takes off. Neither the power, nor the story, nor the environment are up to its greatest virtue, which is none other than Alex Chen, its main character. The good ideas are weighed down by the timidity of a game that does not end up betting on its own proposals. There are things to rescue, it has a good rhythm, and it is easy to get into, but it is within the best installments of the franchise.
  64. Sep 8, 2021
    60
    Interactive possibilities make this dorky tale about a small-town psychic musician strangely absorbing.
  65. Sep 8, 2021
    60
    Life Is Strange: True Colors had every chance of becoming the series' best game to date, but it's been let down by arguably its most important element: the story. Wonderful character work can only go so far carrying a narrative that just isn't particularly exciting. And while Alex's power crafts one interesting scenario after another, it too isn't enough to offset those dull plot points. With an awful framerate to boot, Life Is Strange: True Colors falls short despite everything it has going for it.
  66. Sep 8, 2021
    60
    Life is Strange: True Colors has a lot of the ingredients that make the series so beloved, most notably in its compelling protagonist. Technical advancements for the series bring its story to life with fantastic performances and a keen eye for detail. Unfortunately, the story it brings to life is full of stutters and stops, and takes far too long to develop. Where Life is Strange games are full of movement, True Colors feels painfully stagnant for too long.
  67. Sep 8, 2021
    40
    True Colors doesn’t show the world in a new light so much as it slaps an Instagram filter over it.
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  1. Sep 8, 2021
    True Colors has a tremendous potential but all its new gameplay mechanics aren’t able to provide us a good storytelling.
  2. Sep 8, 2021
    Critically, True Colors' story is well-rounded, with a satisfying and definitive ending for both its central mystery and for Alex's personal journey (and as all good thrillers should offer, there is a resolution you can deduce for yourself if you are paying enough attention). It's not a failing to me that True Colors tells a lean story which prioritises quality over quantity, feelings over finer details, and a sense the series, like Alex, has come back to its roots after a period of absence and change. [Recommended]
  3. Sep 8, 2021
    Deck Nine got a chance to prove itself with Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, but if there were any lingering doubts about where the developer can take the franchise, they’re surely cleared away with True Colors.
  4. Sep 8, 2021
    The anthology format has helped keep Life is Strange fresh across three main entries, but it also comes with a significant risk. This is a series where so much relies on your investment in the characters; these stories work because you want to help characters like Max Caulfield and Sean Diaz live a better life. Luckily, despite a new setting and lead, True Colors has exactly that. I played through the entire thing in two sittings — not because I had to see how it ended, but because I needed to make sure that Alex was alright.
User Score
6.7

Mixed or average reviews- based on 186 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Negative: 46 out of 186
  1. Sep 11, 2021
    0
    This game is extremely expensive. The greedy developers are charging $60 for this interactive movie. The first Life Is Strange was $5 perThis game is extremely expensive. The greedy developers are charging $60 for this interactive movie. The first Life Is Strange was $5 per episode, making it a total of $25. You would think we would get more than 5 episodes/chapters at this outrageous price increase, but the developers were too greedy and lazy for that. It doesn't even have the AAA quality to justify the $60 price tag.

    The story is poorly written with cringeworthy dialogue. The running animations are also cringeworthy. The graphics are trash. Despite the trash graphics, the game still manages to have loading screens when entering/exiting interiors. That is very PS2-like. It's already bad enough that this so-called PS5 game has garbage animations. To make matters worse, this game doesn't even have an option to run this game at 60 fps. How can a bare-boned game with terrible graphics not run at 60 fps on a PS5 console? That is embarrassing. The in-game arcade games are more fun than the game itself.

    There is no multiplayer. So once you beat the story, there is not a reason to touch this game again. Charging $60 for a 9-10 hour campaign with no replay value is a cashgrab. You can't even play the table soccer minigame locally with a friend. Not to mention that the ball physics are pathetic in that minigame. I don't recommend this game at all. Just wait for it to be free on PS Plus.
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  2. Sep 11, 2021
    0
    Been a HUGE fan of LIS since the beggining. I was excited as hell to play a new game.
    But they took the crappy decision to cap the game at 30
    Been a HUGE fan of LIS since the beggining. I was excited as hell to play a new game.
    But they took the crappy decision to cap the game at 30 fps on PS5 and Xbox Series X and it's a sluggish 30 fps.. And they dare claiming that it's for a cinematic experience (Official anwser from their Twitter feed) But on PC you can go at 60fps and even higher..

    PS5 and Xbox Series X would have EASILY handle this game at 60 fps but Deck Nine excused their lazyness by telling us that they did that on purpose.

    Also the game is filled with several seconds loading screen when you go from inside to outside, when once again the consoles would have been able to handle no loadings screen at all or very short time loadings.. There's nothing immersive in a sluggish 30 fps with frequent 10-12 seconds loading screen. There's no excuse a game like Miles Morales can play at Dynamic 4K + Ray Tracing + 60 Fps + No loading AT ALL on PS5. Deck Nine, you missed the mark completely with this one and it's unacceptable. You didn't took the time or the will to optimize your game, don't you dare tell us it was on purpose. We're not dumb.
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  3. Sep 16, 2021
    0
    Life is strange true colors runs with unstable 30 fps on next-gen consoles and need patch. I expected from game like this 60 fps option...