Life is Strange: Before the Storm ist ein neues, dreiteiliges Stand-Alone-Abenteuer, das sich drei Jahre vor den Ereignissen des ersten Spiel der BAFTA-gekrönten Reihe abspielt.
Du spielst eine Sechszehnjährige, Chloe Price, die mit dem schönen, beliebten, zu Höherem bestimmten Mädchen Rachel Amber eine ungleiche Freundschaft schließt.
Wenn Rachel ein Geheimnis über ihre Familie entdeckt, das droht, ihre Welt zu vernichten, findet sie nur in ihrer neuentdeckten Beziehung mit Chloe die Kraft, fortzufahren.
Nicht mehr allein muss jetzt jedes der Mädchen die Dämonen der andere bewältigen - und zusammen einen Weg finden, sie zu überwinden.
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The first part of the new episodic of Life is Strange series, due to its storytelling which is steadily becoming more appealing and innovative features that its makers have put in it, has become a worthwhile experience and a respectful game should be played, but it may have the ability to get a great deal in the next two episodes. considering the deep and profound relationship between Chloe and Rachel, and the promising qualities that the game has shown up to this moment, I personally can bet on the success of most of its later episodes.
And here I am now sitting again, collecting my thoughts and trying to put these wonderful moments into words. Life is Strange: Before the Storm provides us with an emotional masterpiece in Episode 1, giving insights into the story surrounding Rachel and Chloe. What in the main game can only be understood by means of narratives, finally becomes reality here. And it feels great. It is a mixture of joy, grief and liberation. It's great to see how a younger Chloe is acting and I am excited to finally get to know the person who has so much influence on her life: Rachel Amber Once again, we get beautiful and memorable music specially composed for Life is Strange as well as more insight into our favorite characters' story, with old and new characters appearing in Arcadia Bay. The environments are once again lovingly designed and while Max is still able to shoot photos, the addition of Chloe's graffiti provides for a visual improvement of the area. So, if you had doubts that Life is Strange: Before the Storm, does not do justice to the main game, you should be soon convinced after playing through the first episode. Episode 2, we're waiting for you!
Life is strange: Before the storm is about the events that occurred before the storm that occurs in the original game Life is strange actually the moment I saw the trailer many friends of mine said "how bad in this game Maxine Caulfield does not have his powers to return time as well that we already know what is going to happen "and I thought but would not be good to know Maxine's past? and to be able to see that experience and the truth is that when I buy the game I expected a lot and that I find... what I expected I found an incredible game but this time set in the past and that seems to me already in case an incredible theme the game has some beautiful graphics, the story surprised me is very funny and it seems a work of art, recommended.
First episode is finally out on the prequel to highly praised Life is Strange, which honestly is my favorite game of all time. Before the Storm is set some years before Life is Strange, after Max had moved away from Chloe and her dad died. She's frustrated and depressed as so much around her is changing and she's going through it alone. She's trying to fight everyone and feels like she doesn't belong, but finds a new friend from Rachel Amber. This was a fantastic start to the prequel, and certainly more strong than Life is Strange episode 1, which was mostly just setting things up. It helps that we already got to know a lot of these characters in there so we don't need detailed introductions and time to get to know them to get invested. Chloe felt like Chloe should, she was a lot of fun to play as, and experiencing this specific story is really nice. There were few really well done emotional moments here involving Chloe and her dad, that were genuinely sad especially knowing what happens in Life is Strange. I'm honestly a bit bummed it's just 3 episodes, plus one bonus with Max and Chloe as kids but that's a separate thing. I guess it's good that they're not stretching it out too much, but still I just want more, I love Life is Strange so much. There is a huge elephant in the room though, voice acting. Because of voice actor strike, various actors couldn't reprise their roles, most notably Ashly Burch as Chloe, and as she is the main character we hear her talking a lot. The change is very much noticeable and sometimes jarring especially in the beginning. The new actors do a good job, even great, none of the performances were bad by any means. I don't really know how to put it because the new actor for Chloe really is good, I don't have anything negative to say about her performance. And Ashly herself did work on the story, Chloe still feels like Chloe, but doesn't sound like her. It's not really a negative thing towards the game, but not positive either, I just get this uncomfortable feeling from the change, but that didn't stop me from enjoying this from start to finish. I can't wait for the other two episodes.
I wanted to post this to let everyone know that yes Denuvo is involved but I see no problems with it. The game starts easy and smoothly and so far is running great. As for the game, the graphics look great so far and play seems smooth, just don't expect a carbon copy of the original Life is Strange as this is a prequel. So far it is really fun, so don't fret about Denuvo and give it a try.
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