- Summary: The long awaited sequel to the award winning Life is Strange returns with a new 5-part narrative adventure from DONTNOD Entertainment.
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Life Is Strange 2 - Launch Trailer
Official Xbox Magazine UKJan 28, 2020An emotional and heartfelt tale of brotherhood that keeps you engaged throughout. [Issue#186, p.90]
Oct 9, 2018Despite a bit of a pacing issue, the first episode of Life is Strange 2 has captured my attention, and should capture yours, and I eagerly await the entire season. For those who enjoy narrative games, this is one you will definitely want to add to your collection.
Feb 6, 2019It's actually too early to rate this BUT the negative reviews are unfair. If you've ever played a LIS game then you know they're gritty andIt's actually too early to rate this BUT the negative reviews are unfair. If you've ever played a LIS game then you know they're gritty and dark. A lot of people seem to be put off since they find the game political. I don't think it is, I think it's a reflection of our times which shouldn't be ignored. And it's real, the characters are real their opinions are real, why hide it? (And if you think it's exaggerated check out the film 'Look Who's Back' to hear the genuine unscripted views of some of the German public. It's a worldwide thing.
Another group of people are refusing to give it a chance because there is no Max and Chloe. Their loss. With that logic they shouldn't play any game again since Max and Chloe aren't in those either.
Now that that's out of the way: The story thus far is tense, sometimes ruined by the pacing though. There is hope offered, we do meet one very nice character in particular. I liked how you can influence your younger brother, sometimes negatively, it shows how impressionable young kids are.
It has the usual LIS style but this time I could have done with a bit more detail, it would've given life to some of the outdoor scenes.
That's all i can say for now without giving away spoilers. I'm very interested to see what happens in episode 2, the end of the first left me very emotional (much sooner than it did in the first game).
EDIT: And this is why people shouldn't judge so quickly. The second episode had a much different vibe, and without spoiling anything, you meet a lot more people and it's nice seeing different relationships form and witnessing a bit of warmth and joy.… Expand
May 10, 2020Apesar de não ser uma história do nível do primeiro, tem uma boa trama, personagens legais e é um jogo profundo, dramático e divertido, semApesar de não ser uma história do nível do primeiro, tem uma boa trama, personagens legais e é um jogo profundo, dramático e divertido, sem contar os diversos possíveis finais.… Expand
Jan 29, 2020inferior ao primeiro game, mas não é ruim, tem uma forçação de barra em alguns temas, mas vale a pena, infelizmente só tem final desgracentoinferior ao primeiro game, mas não é ruim, tem uma forçação de barra em alguns temas, mas vale a pena, infelizmente só tem final desgracento kkkkkkk… Expand
Jun 26, 2020Cara, esse jogo ta mais pra vitimismo do que história. Cada lacração que deu novo. Ficam forçando essa merda em todos os jogos e vocês achamCara, esse jogo ta mais pra vitimismo do que história. Cada lacração que deu novo. Ficam forçando essa merda em todos os jogos e vocês acham que a gente é obrigado jogar essa porcaria de história? Não basta aquela porcaria de TLOU2. com forçação de lacração. Essa merda só server pra fazer 1000g 11 horas de jogo perdida.… Expand
Nov 23, 2018Forest exploration + child raising simulator:
LIS1 had some real mystery, detective storyline, teaser/flashforward of things to come at theForest exploration + child raising simulator:
LIS1 had some real mystery, detective storyline, teaser/flashforward of things to come at the end, cool super power gameplay mechanics, a number of interesting, multidimensional characters and strong narrative. Where's all of that in its sequel?
Exploring the forest and a couple of other locations and taking care of your brother is not my idea of LIS game. If I wanted to raise a child I'd play "Princess Maker". The plot leaves a lot to be desired and makes me raise my eyebrows at how unrealistic some character behavior is, I can't relate to such characters. That whole idea of being on the run isn't exciting at all. The story isn't working for me. The game feels boring and fails to make me feel emotional and connected.
Some positive notes: the soundtrack is awesome as always in this franchise, the voice acting is very good as well.
I bought only the first episode. Will I come back for more? I don't think so. It didn't even have a cliffhanger! I can't believe that even "Before the Storm" made by a different studio was so much better than this... I played LIS1 twice and loved it even more the second time, while LIS2 is a massive disappointment for me.
P.S. Way too much swearing, slang, weed, booze, smoking, sex references. All that leaves pretty bad taste in my mouth. Are most teenagers in America really like that? Not to mention that it's a pretty bad influence and example for the audience.… Expand
Sep 3, 2019Après les deux petites connes, c'est au tour des deux **** cons dans la nouvelle "aventure" (?) démoulée par Dontknow le développeur françaisAprès les deux petites connes, c'est au tour des deux **** cons dans la nouvelle "aventure" (?) démoulée par Dontknow le développeur français spécialisé désormais dans l'indé minable épisodique...
Au sommaire donc, l'ado pas réveillé (trop de beuh encore, évidemment) et le petit frère de 9 ans, un demeuré tête à claques dans leur banlieue américaine typique qui déborde de clichés usés jusqu'à la corde. On a jamais l'impression de jouer à un jeu mais de participer à une télénovéla vaguement interactive : c'est niais, très mal écrit et aussi palpitant qu'un épisode de Derrick.
Techniquement, c'est très lisse et à peine acceptable, sans aucune évolution ni progrès depuis le premier qui remonte déjà à quelques années... immobilisme quand tu nous tiens ! l'interface est toujours mal foutue et les voix ne sont qu'en anglais.
J'appelle pas ça un jeu mais un mauvais roman aux choix bidons et à l'eau de rose tout droit sorti de la collection Harlequin et de la bit-lit, la littérature pour ados dont on se sert pour s'essuyer le fion et les pieds mais pas nécessairement dans cet ordre.… Expand