Joystickin’ With Jorge: Life is Strange

on January 30, 2015 2:00 PM

I see what life is like as an emotionally compromised teenaged girl who can control time. This week we play Life is Strange and manipulate time in terribly irresponsible ways.

Watch I as get revenge on a mean girl, cheat in school and prevent a school shooting. It’s like that show Degrassi: The Next Generation with time-warping. Episode 1 does a decent job establishing the world identifying all the academy’s cool kids and troublemakers. I’m curious to see where Life is Strange ends up.

Bonus points if you can name the X-Man who can form time bubbles around people because that’s who Max reminds me off. Her name escapes me.

Life is Strange is out now on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC.

 /  Staff Writer
Raised under the tutelage of Sonic the Hedgehog and the Gunstars. Jorge came from an age where protagonists never spoke and instruction manuals were over 50 pages long. When Jorge isn't writing about some obscure indie game, he spends his day talking about videogames regardless if anyone is listening or not. Jorge one day dreams of voicing a random npc your main character bumps into and punches in the face.