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*Only Compatable on iPhone 7 and above*<br><br>Life is Strange: Before the Storm features Chloe Price a 16 year-old rebel who forms an unlikely friendship with Rachel Amber, a beautiful and popular girl destined for success. When Rachel’s world is turned upside down by a family secret it takes their new found alliance to give each other the strength to overcome their demons. <br><br>- Choice and consequence driven narrative adventure<br>- Multiple endings depending on the choices you make<br>- ‘Backtalk’ - A risk/reward conversation mode that allows Chloe to use her barbed tongue to provoke or get her way<br>- Make your mark on the world with witty tags and drawings<br>- Choose Chloe’s outfit and see how people react to your look<br>- Distinct Licensed indie soundtrack & original score by Daughter
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While I love the story, there are significant bugs which prevent me from giving this 5 stars. First, characters are frequently in the wrong locations during cutscenes and conversations, a dragonkin figure is not properly displayed, and David… his jaw movements in episode 1 made him even scarier than he is. Then there’s the control scheme. I liked the scheme from the first Life is Strange, where one half of the screen controls the player character while the other half controls the camera, but you don’t have that option here. Tap to walk somewhere. If you miss the tap target to interact with something, you end up starting to walk away from it, which quickly got annoying. And I didn’t get far into episode 3 before it got crashier than I would have liked. Anyway, story gets 5 stars, but the lack of control scheme options, crashes, and bugs drop the overall rating to 3 stars.
In the first episode David’s mouth doesn’t move and only his jaw which is weird. Also his eyes twitch a lot. I was enjoying the story and I got the the part when Chloe has a breakdown and started breaking everything in the junk yard and my app just crashed. I opened it and it didn’t get off the loading screen,I even turned off and on my phone. It’s the next day and I just tried it and it still is stuck on the loading screen. If it doesn’t work I can’t believe I spent my money on it. Also not impressed with the lack of control over the game, meaning in LIS one you could pick how to control Max’s movements by being able to change the way you make max move around. I don’t like the way I have to move Chloe around it’s hard and I go to far then have to turn around and come back which takes to long and is just unnecessary. I love lis and the story and just wanted to see a little back story but to waste my money on an app that wouldn’t work is annoying. It also kills the vibe I was looking for because I love Chloe’s character but it makes it hard to even play when it barley works. It was just poorly made and should be looked into.
The game was super good!!!! It wasn’t like those games that ruins the first on. But one thing that they should try making better is the graphics, but they will not ruin the game for me. Normally I’m not the one who would complain about the graphics, but these where a understatement. Sometimes you wouldn’t even see the person but hear the talking, or the mouth would move but the chin would. And moving around, my goodness, they way that had it set up in the first one was amazing, with the joystick. But this one you have to tap where you want to make, it make it very difficult to play. Also the game just randomly crashes. And I would blame my iPad but my iPad is new and up to date. But otherwise the game is super super good and if have played the first one, you have to play this one!!!
I loved the original Life Is Strange. With so many characters and settings, it was hard to get mad over the glitches. (Which there were very FEW of.) But this... This ruins the Life Is Strange feeling. The feeling I get from playing Life Is Strange is wonder. Like telltale games, I constantly wonder what is going to happen next. But with so many errors and mistakes in this game, it makes it hard to ignore them. Like with one section where David’s lips don’t move, yet his jaw moves up and down when he is speaking, and his skin glitches into his eyes! And when I’m in the car with William, It kicks me out of the game when he’s hit by the semi truck. This is not the Life is Strange I fell in love with, and I honesty regret buying this... I wasted 12 bucks on a game that doesn’t even work. Like in the title, this game had good potential, but sadly, it didn’t live up to my standards. If your like me, and read the reviews before getting a game, do what you want. But if you have a iPad Pro, I suggest don’t buy this game.
This game is my favorite game of 2018. It is absolutely amazing on XBOX or PC. When they switched it over to iOS they really screwed up the rendering. It seems like someone really screwed up David’s character model. As a veteran if I hadn’t played this game on XBox I would find it quite offensive. I do not believe this mistake was intentional though. It seems to me that it is just really bad rendering because you’re running it on slower hardware. To be honest, if you can play it elsewhere please do so before you play the iOS model. That said if you are deciding whether or not you should play this game at all then I ABSOLUTELY URGE YOU TO PLAY THIS GAME. Also if the game won’t finish installing it is because you don’t have enough storage space. Good luck, and remember this decision will have consequences.
Developed by SQUARE ENIX.
Life is Strange: Before Storm is ranking in Games & Adventure & Role Playing
Last update was at Sep 28, 2018and the current version is 1.0.3.
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Life is Strange: Before Storm have a 472a user reviews.
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