Life Is Strange: True Colors tells the story of a character named Alex Chen. She is a young girl who has special supernatural powers to experience and influence the feelings of those around her. This is the third main part of the Life Is Strange game series, or in Persian "Life is Strange".
Unlike other main games in this series, all parts and episodes of Life Is Strange: True Colors game on the 10th Released in September. This is while the previous games were presented in episodes. This version has remained faithful to the original formula of this collection. One of the special points of this game is that, unlike the previous two numbered episodes, it was developed by Deck Nine Games. Studio. They also have a history of developing the Life Is Strange: Before the Storm subsection. Evidence shows that they have been able to do their job well in developing this section and come out of this test proud. Now that the reviews and scores of Life Is Strange: True Colors have been released, we can take a look at the views of various sites and critics of the game.
Kotaku - No Score
" Life Is Strange: True Colors shines in the right direction as a work from the Life Is Strange series. This game shows you a set of special characters and invites you and eager to get to know them. It also offers a compelling story and a unique hero with decisive power in its own gameplay. These are all things that we know as the special signature of this game series. "
Destructoid - Score: 9/10
Axis of interest This game is an essential experience. To be honest, this has been my most popular game so far this year. Of course, parts of Life Is Strange: True Colors are really sad, but in the end it's an exciting story about finding the meaning of what you imagine at home. The game tells the story in a way that seems completely honest, something that is hard to achieve in games today. In my opinion, True Colors has officially saved the Life is Strange series and brought it back to its previous value. "
PC Gamer - Score: 8.6/10
" Although True Colors has its problems, but I have never been so entertained in a game from the Life is Strange series. The previous games in this series have dealt with extremely heavy topics; Topics such as persuading a friend not to commit suicide and jumping off the roof of a building or addressing issues of horrific racism. So in those works, even when there are moments of joy, you often encounter a bittersweet moment, like a passing moment in an unjust world. Life Is Strange: True Colors has its own share of drama, but there are also moments of incredible joy. The whole emotional spectrum is present in this game. "Alex experiences all of this deeply, and everyone is in a story that respects his feelings."
The Verge - No Score
"The ontology template has helped keep the Life Is Strange collection alive in its three main parts, but it also comes with considerable risk. This is a series that largely depends on how close you are to how you interact with the characters. These stories work because you want to help characters like Max Caulfield and Sean Diaz live better lives. Fortunately, True Colors has just that, despite the new environment and characters. I played the whole game in two sessions. "Not to see how it would end, but to make sure Alex was OK."
The Washington Post - No Score
"Life Game is Strange: True Colors tries to do many things at once. Sometimes it follows a murder mystery, and in some moments, like live action, it is a role-playing game. Sometimes a music video and sometimes a therapy session. Despite the game's heavy content, there are no content alerts - negligence that has been controversial in the past. Most obvious, True Colors is about Asian American characters, yet its story can be about anyone in any other context. The game never talks specifically about race. That's why the variety in the characters seems insignificant. "
Below you can see all the scores given to Life is Strange: True Colors.
- The Gamer: 5 out of 5
- WCCFtech: 9.5 out of 10
- TechRaptor: 9.5 out of 10
- CGMagazine: 9.5 out of 10 10
- IGN: Score 9 out of 10
- GamesRadar: Score 4.5 out of 5
- Destructoid: Score 9 out of 10
- The Sixth Axis: Score 9 out of 10
- God is a Geek: Score 9 out of 10
- Game Rant: Score 4.5 out of 5
- Gaming Nexus: Score 9 out of 10
- We Got this Covered: 4.5 out of 5
- Playstation LifeStyle: 9 out of 10
- Twinfinite: 4.5 out of 5
- PC Gamer: 86 out of 100
- Game Informer: 8.5 out of 10
- PlayStation Universe: 8.5 out of 10
- Easy Allies 8 out of 10
- Metro Game Central: 8 out of 10
- Hobby Consolas: 80 out of 100
- VG247: 4 out of 10 5
- Attack of the Fanboy: 4 out of 5
- Windows Central: 4 out of 5
- Gameblogfr: 8 out of 10
- PCGamesN: 8 out of 10
- Washington Post: 80 out of 100
- Press Start: 8 out of 10
- Hardcore Gamer: 4 out of 5
- Worth Playing: 8 out of 10
- GameSpot: Score 7 out of 10
- Push Square: Score 6 out of 10
- The Guardian: Score 3 out of 5