Youngsters with high levels of anxiety are often insecure, perfectionists, with a great need to receive the approval of others to ensure the quality of what they do. They trust little in themselves, they are afraid of any situation, and they require the adult’s constant presence to face their fears.
Life is strange is the sort of game that gets you psychological help line, I just say, the game is very impressive, with chaos theory, time travel and teen drama, yes, my kind of game.
Life is strange video game created by Studio Dontnod, distributed by Square Enix. It’s the story of Max Caufield, a photography student at the Blackwell Academy, who is apparently the most talented in the room and the least attractive and selfless. Max discovers that she can rewind time (that’s what you’ll play).
Max saves her old friend Chloe from being killed at gunpoint in the bathroom (and not the Bronx) with the new power she has just discovered. The pair soon finds themselves exposed to the darker side of Arcadia Bay as they uncover the disturbing truth behind the sudden disappearance of a fellow student. Meanwhile, Max begins to have premonitions as she struggles to understand the implications of her power. She must quickly learn that changing the past can sometimes to lead to a devastating future.
The video game consists of five episodes; the one is free, so you get hooked, that’s what happened to me, it’s not just time travel, you also have to decide what Max will do with situations that arise in the future. The gameplay is to judge and assume the consequences, return if this is the case, and continue with the teenage drama.
Here we will face bullying, suicides, viral videos, drugs, disappearances of people. I guess that’s why it gives you the helpline.
It’s an interesting story, that lets you be a part of it. Nothing is free, the mere fact of taking a photo will have consequences in the future.
It’s not open world, so you spend days each episode lasts about two hours, and in its moment, when it came out each episode took time two months I think for the next event, but that was in 2015, and now you get the complete game at free of cost.
It is advisable; sometimes we think that we would like to play it back with other decisions to see what would happen.
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