Tag: DONTNOD Entertainment


Tell Me Why Review 1

Tell Me Why Review

 |  Joel Couture
Tell Me Why’s exploration of the complexities of memory, the difficulties of knowing our loved ones, and a world that can be better for our transgender loved ones make it a game worth experiencing.
Life Is Strange 2, Episode Five: “Wolves” Review

Life is Strange 2, Episode 5: “Wolves” Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
More than most games of its style, Life is Strange 2 does a stellar job of bringing meaning to every choice that brings you to its closing moments.
Life Is Strange 2, Episode  Four: “Faith” (Ps4) Review 1

Life is Strange 2, Episode Four: “Faith” (PS4) Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
Life is Strange 2’s stand out moments have always come when it let itself move beyond the series’ caricature of high school and occasional emotionally manipulative tendencies to deliver a supernatural twist on its very real depiction of the modern U.S. political climate.
Life Is Strange 2, Episode Three: “Wastelands” Review

Life is Strange 2, Episode Three: “Wastelands” Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
Here at the third episode of Life is Strange 2, I feel like Sean Diaz and I are finally on the same page. By the time episode 3, Wastelands, begins, Sean and his telekinetic brother Daniel have been on the run for several months, which means every new episode has centred on new supporting cast […]
Life Is Strange 2, Episode Two: “Rules” (Ps4) Review 1

Life is Strange 2, Episode Two: “Rules” (PS4) Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
The following contains minor spoilers for Life is Strange 2’s second episode and is best read after seeing it through to the end. Reader discretion is advised.
Life Is Strange 2, Episode One: “Roads” (Ps4) Review

Life is Strange 2, Episode One: “Roads” (PS4) Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
In its first episode, “Roads,” Life is Strange 2 juggles calculated subversion and natural familiarity with a steady hand. By leaving behind the original game’s town of Arcadia Bay and the time travel that came with it, the sequel gets a new cast and a new conflict, but it still delivers on its humanity with […]
First Life Is Strange 2 Trailer Is Full Of Brotherhood And Superpowers

First Life is Strange 2 Trailer is Full of Brotherhood and Superpowers

 |  Kenneth Shepard
Dontnod and Square-Enix have unveiled the first look at Life is Strange 2’s pilot episode. The episodic series will follow Sean and Daniel Diaz, both of which made their debut in The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, the free prologue to Life is Strange 2 that launched in June. This episode will be the first […]
The Awesome Adventures Of Captain Spirit (Ps4) Review 1

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit (PS4) Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
As a prelude to Life is Strange 2, something ostensibly meant to pique one’s interest in the episodic series starting in September, The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit certainly does its job. It establishes characters, conflict, dynamics, and its own superpower sporting protagonist, with what feels like a better understanding of how to write characters […]
Life Is Strange 2 First Episode Release Date Announced 1

Life is Strange 2 First Episode Release Date Announced

 |  Joe DeClara
Life is Strange 2 will debut its first of five episodes on September 27, developer Dontnod Entertainment announced today.
Dontnod Entertainment Unveils Vampyr Release Date 2

DONTNOD Entertainment Unveils Vampyr Release Date

 |  Nathan Shubert
Sharpen your fangs and get ready to prowl the dark streets of London, because Vampyr has been given a release date.


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