Life is Strange tells the story of a teenage girl who suddenly finds herself capable of rewinding time. But what could have turned into a generic time travelling adventure ends up being a meaningful journey of discovery. One that gets more interesting as different events continue to unfold around our young protagonist.
Articles by Diogo Miguel
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