Life Is Strange: Episode 1 - Chyrsalis Review | GameRevolution

You could fill an inspiration board to the brim with the number of influences in Life Is Strange: American independent films like Juno, Beyond: Two Souls from Quantic Dreams, Hiro Nakamura from Heroes, Dontnod Entertainment's own Remember Me, Telltale Games in general, and time-travelling adventures like Groundhog Day, Steins;Gate, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. So describing this bite-sized game can easily become a mouthful of comparisons, but it's essentially an episodic slice-of-life adventure game in which a suburban high-school girl gains the ability to rewind time. The concept is both refreshingly subtle and subtly refreshing. Within a couple of hours, the first episode of Life is Strange delivers one of the strongest setups to an episodic video game series in recent memory.

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