Life Is Strange: True Colors is just a few weeks away from release at this point, meaning it's time for publisher Square Enix to share as much as it can about the game without spoiling things. The big media blast in the lead up to launch has arrived, and today we've been treated to 13 minutes of raw gameplay featuring protagonist Alex Chen. All of the footage is taken from a visit to a record shop and its accompanying radio booth.
Another customer, named Ryan, is quickly introduced alongside some dialogue options to allow you to steer the course of the conversation. The two quickly get to know each other before the environment becomes explorable, with a drum kit, sheet music, and demos all interactable. There's even a cat!
The scene concludes with Alex making use of her powers, which allows her to sense other people's emotions and then use what she learns to make important decisions throughout the game. Do you like what you see? Life Is Strange: True Colors hits PS5 and PS4 on 10th September 2021, so prepare yourself in the comments below.
I can hear crickets...
Looking forward to this mainly because it's being done by Deck Nine, who made the freakin' amazing Before the Storm (love it more than the original LiS). I think the titles made by Dontnod have been worse and worse (Tell me Why was awful, it had the worst super power in all the LiS-like games).
That's why I love you
So don't be afraid
To let them sh- So, I always have this song in my head when I read the game's name.
Sort of feeling cautious about this one because Before the Storm is my least favorite LiS title, but I like what I’m seeing so far. Still sad LiS2 is over a little bit. I know it’s an unpopular opinion, but I loved that one. Got a t-shirt with the wolf brothers art on it.
Just completed a Pacifist run of Vampyr (Now just to do a run where I play as a monster for the plat) and I heard Dontnod also develop these titles, it just really doesn't look like my thing, though. However, graphics look nice. Is having empathy really considered a super power now btw? Haha
@somnambulance yeah Before the Storm was dining out on the love and goodwill towards the original LiS. If it was a a new game it would have flopped hard. Cautiously optimistic about this one though without the baggage of a half-told story to weigh it down! Soundtrack sounds awesome too.
Skipping all gameplay videos, want to experience this with a fresh look.
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