This VR title boasts an endearingly goofy premise, but it’s one that’s executed in bumpy fashion.
It bares itself emotionally but shines a harsh, unflattering light on David Cage’s deficiencies as a storyteller.
It’s the mix of the mundane and the mercurial that makes Life Is Strange worth living.
It lives up to its title, as players will be glued to it all night, exhilaratingly racing to one of the many potential endings.
The game still tells a beautiful, gripping tale, thanks in part to the voice and motion-capture performances of Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe, making 2011’s L.A. Noire, acclaimed for its facial graphics, seem decades old.