Life Is Strange: True Colors follows the story of Alex Chen, a young woman who has the power to experience and influence the emotions of people around her. It’s the third main game in the Life Is Strange Series, staying true to the franchise’s use of gameplay-controlled supernatural powers to explore deeply personal stories.
Unlike the other games in the series, True Colors is releasing all at once on September 10, while the other installments in the franchise have been dropped episodically. The game stays true to some parts of the Life is Strange formula, while radically mixing up other parts of it. Here’s what critics think of the game, which has been made by Life Is Strange: Before the Storm developers Deck Nine Games.
We’ve included a sampling of key reviews below. To find even more reviews from a broader range of critics, check out GameSpot sister site Metacritic.