Folk music and strong voice acting add up to make Life is Strange easy on the ears.
With hand-painted textures and a warm look, Life is Strange's world is one you'll want to spend time in. It's just not the most spectacular looking game, although its style suits the theme.
Certainly worth playing twice, Life is Strange is part Quantic Dream game, part Telltale adventure, but wholly its own thing. If that makes sense. In short, it's excellent.
A good few hours of game with a nice dose of replay value. The only thing that might stop you going back for seconds is not wanting to mess with your decisions.
Not in the least bit imaginative, the achievements nonetheless fit an episodic, narrative-driven game like Life is Strange well. You have to keep your eyes out for photo ops, which encourages a little extra exploration. Not demanding, not particularly exciting, but perfectly apt.