Life Is Strange: True Colors

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Life Is Strange: True Colors Age Rating, Char, Price 2021

Game  Life Is Strange: True Colors
Director Zak Garriss
Developer Deck Nine
Designer Christopher Sica
Publisher Square Enix
Mode Single-player
Genre  Adventure, Drama, Mystery, Thrill, and it is also a Sci-Fi
Released on 10 September 2021
Platforms Microsoft Windows,
Nintendo Switch,
PlayStation 4,
PlayStation 5,
Xbox One,
Xbox Series X/S,
Stadia

An Introduction to a video game having a superb Narrative, “Life Is Strange: True Colors”(2021) 

It is a graphical video Adventure that is to be seen in this video gameDeck Nine developed this one, and Square Enix’s European subsidiary publishes it. It was already released in September 2021 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox One, Xbox series X/s and Stadia, and it is ready to release on Nintendo Switch at some later date.

The game’s plotline focuses on the prime character, Alex Chen, and she is a young woman who is ready to experience all the emotions related to others. She is trying to solve the mystery behind the death of her brother. This is the fifth installment in the franchise of this video gaming entitled the same. 

Acknowledging the features of the game: This is a single-player game, having steam achievement, It has full controller support, This game has the facility of steam Trading cards, Steam cloud is also there,  It offers excellent stories, This game offers an artistic achievement. It has an exclusive soundtrack.

Life Is Strange: True Colors Age Rating 

Life Is Strange: True Colors (Video Game) is certified by ESRB as M because it comprises mature content that means the content is generally suitable for ages17 and up.

This game has sequences of sex and nudity, violence and Gore profanity, use of alcohol, drugs, and smoking are also there, so many intense fighting sequences are also there, so the certification has to be M for Mature.

This game has received a PEGI 16 because it features strong violence and the use of strong language. Not suitable for persons under 16 years of age.

Life Is Strange: True Colors Parents Guide

  • This game offers players the opportunity to purchase in-game items, in the form of character outfits, which some parents or carers may want to be aware of. Parents, carers, or other responsible adults should check to see what is being offered before making any purchase on behalf of a child. It should be noted that the game can still be played without the need to purchase such items. [PEGI]
  • Players explore various locations in town and interact with other people of the town.
  • Some instances of violence: a man punching and kicking another character; a man shooting a character; a woman punching a character in the face repeatedly. When the characters are hit, they groan and their reactions are realistic.
  •  Another scene shows a character being shot: the character is thrust backward by the blast and blood is shown.
  • There is a scene in which the main character has a vision of another character taking his own life by hanging.  
  • Some sequences allow players’ characters to drink shots of alcohol or cans of beer, and one sequence depicts a drinking game in a bar. The town contains a marijuana dispensary; both marijuana and paraphernalia are visible when talking to characters in the shop.
  • The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “a*shole” appear in the dialogue.

Life Is Strange: True Colors Game Price

The price of this game varies for different PlayStations, but the overall price of the game is $59.99. 

Life Is Strange: True Colors Gameplay

This game is full of graphic adventure, and it should be played from a third-person view,  the player is controlling the Protagonist of the game, Alex Chen, explore various locations, and these are the fictional settings of the Haven springs and can easily communicate with the nonplaying characters too. 

This conversation is made by a system called the dialogue tree. Alex has the power of psychic empathy, and that’s why he can easily manipulate the emotions of people and can read their minds too. 

When Alex interacts with someone, it creates Nova, which can transform the world around Alex and all the other characters of this game.

The player has time to identify the cause of these emotions and help Alex determine the leading cause of her emotions.

Life Is Strange: True Colors Characters and the voice cast

Life Is Strange: True Colors introduced with all-new playable lead characters. 

  • Erika Mori voices the character of Alex Chen. Alex, the Asian lead character. She is reserved, yet clever; cool, and humble. And considering all she’s had to go through, the player will find themselves rooting for her, over and over again, as she faces each challenge with bravery.
  • Han Soto voices Gabe Chen. Gabe Chen left an impression on both Alex and the player. He was everything a cool big brother should be: funny, protective, and just totally real and he had to die so soon.
  • Katy Bentz voices Steph Gingrich. She’s tough, fun, and unflinchingly loyal to Alex, often supporting her when nobody else will. Steph is one of the most mature and intriguing characters in the game.
  • Eric Emery voices Ryan. He’s handsome, also sweet, and thoughtful, He can make a mistake like anyone else, but he is quick to realize the error of his ways and apologizes when needed.
  • Danielle Renne voices Rilley. This is most evident in Alex’s encounters with Riley. Riley and Alex have a lot in common, and their budding friendship is something that ought to have been explored more. She has a good, sensible head on her shoulders.
  • Dwight Braswell is giving voice to Mac.  Alex witnesses Mac storm into Gabe’s apartment and proceeds to beat him bloody under a baseless assumption of adultery with his girlfriend, Riley.
  • Stephen F. Austin voices Jed.  He seemed like such a down-to-earth and reliable guy, many players found themselves in disbelief when his insidious side came out. But even then, he was shown to be capable of remorse. Although his actions were reprehensible, it’s undeniable that he was, truly, a good character.
  • Jim Hunt is the voice of Duckie. Duckie – doesn’t have too many scenes in the game, but each scene he’s in is a heart-stealer. He’s reminiscent of the type of quirky old man everybody meets at least once in their life, and his affable manner is just undeniably charming.
  • Anastasia Davidson voices Diane. Initially, Diane seemed like a nice, normal lady, as a fellow newcomer to the town. However, the player will notice her behavior becoming increasingly more stilted and bizarre following Gabe’s death. 
  • Cody layman voices Officer Pike. Pike proves to be a truly good man. He does his best to be there for Alex and Gabe, and even though he potentially needs some pushing to hold Typhon accountable for their misdeeds, his heart was always in the right place.
  • The elevator voice is Karen slack.
  • Expedia Scott voices Charlotte.
  • Ignacio Garcia voices Ethan.

Life Is Strange: True Colors Game System Requirements:

MINIMUM:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.40 GHz / Intel Core i5-2300, 2.80 GHz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 7790, 2 GB / GeForce GTX 750Ti, 2 GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 30 GB available space

RECOMMENDED:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: AMD FX-8350, 4.00 GHz / Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon RX 590, 8 GB / GeForce GTX 1060, 6 GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 30 GB available space

Life Is Strange: True Colors Game Reviews 

It is a game is in the form of a story based on Alex life, this video game is an emotional Masterpiece, It gives us the experience of a new arena, most of the game is showing something fine, which is not more, and nonetheless, there is lots of good character movement shown in this game.

The graphics are great but, if talking about the animations, they’re amazing. Life is strange is like a book once you start the story it’s difficult to put it down. This game exceeds all of previous Life is Strange, even the first” is such a bold claim

some audiences and the critic thinks that this is an exciting story but it is not worth enough $59.99 e price tag. It’s a great game, but whether it’s worth the $60 dollar price tag will entirely depend on how much you like this genre and if you want to support its developers.

It gets more positive reviews, and Life Is Strange: True Colors is one of the nicest creations of 2021 in terms of video gaming.

Life Is Strange: True Colors Official Trailer

 

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