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Promoted 04-19-2016 by brisar at 05:59 AM View Original Post
Best Buy has a great deal for Gamer's Club Unclocked (GCU) Members: Life is Strange (Xbox One or PS4) is just $16 with your GCU account. See more deals listed below. Select free in-store pick up or get free shipping on $35 or more. Thanks

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The Best Buy Gamer's Club Unlocked program is a 2-year paid membership for $30. Get 20% off new and pre-owned video games and software, 2x My Best Buy points on qualified purchases, special coupons, exclusive offers. Membership activation must take place in-stores only. For more information regrading this service, please visit the Best Buy Gamers Club Page. - brisar

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Edited April 18, 2016 at 08:59 PM by BeAuMaN
Life is Strange (X1) $19.99 (GCU $15.99) via Best Buy link [bestbuy.com]

PS4 link [bestbuy.com] OOS online. YMMV in store

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Limited Editions** $24.99 (GCU $19.99):

X1 Limited Edition link [bestbuy.com]

PS4 Limited Edition link [bestbuy.com]

**Limited Edition includes Life is Strange Game, 32-page artbook, soundtrack with original score and directors' commentary
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ps4 is OOS online for both versions.
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Consistently on sale for $10 on both systems.
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Consistently on sale for $10 on both systems.
where?
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where?
I think they mean online for download.
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where?
only been on sale for X1 twice at $10...
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Is the game any good?
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Is the game any good?
Yes it is. kind of like the Tell Tale games in a sense.
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Is the game any good?
Yep...fun for the whole family.

If you're part of a church group....invite them over to play too.
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Yes it is. kind of like the Tell Tale games in a sense.
I'm not a fan of any Telltale title and I'll have to watch some video reviews on this, but more of an interactive walking simulator with button prompts experience than actual gameplay?
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I'm not a fan of any Telltale title and I'll have to watch some video reviews on this, but more of an interactive walking simulator with button prompts experience than actual gameplay?
Yep. like Tell Tales Heavy Rain and Until Dawn. Same style.
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Against popular vote, I kind of found the game a little boring. I mean, if you like exploring in general, lots of dialogue, choices like a tell tale game, you will love it. But I found it too slow for my taste.

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Yep. like Tell Tales Heavy Rain and Until Dawn. Same style.
I would say until Dawn and life is strange do not fall in the same category. Yes, they both need user input at times but the game play, but the nature of input, the environment, game play speed is totally different.
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Against popular vote, I kind of found the game a little boring. I mean, if you like exploring in general, lots of dialogue, choices like a tell tale game, you will love it. But I found it too slow for my taste.



I would say until Dawn and life is strange do not fall in the same category. Yes, they both need user input at times but the game play, but the nature of input, the environment, game play speed is totally different.
They do fall under same category. They might differ here and there there but they have the same basics: watch cut scene, go around check out the items, solve puzzles and make decisions. I agree with you this game is quite boring at times and not up to my expectation. It's way too simple. Story is ok, nothing special. I was interested because it has time travel. Overall, I'd say it's not worth $20. Rent this if you can.
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Quote from sharath1608 View Post :
Against popular vote, I kind of found the game a little boring. I mean, if you like exploring in general, lots of dialogue, choices like a tell tale game, you will love it. But I found it too slow for my taste.



I would say until Dawn and life is strange do not fall in the same category. Yes, they both need user input at times but the game play, but the nature of input, the environment, game play speed is totally different.
Yes I don't see how anyone likes these types of games. It's like watching a show while trying to play a game.
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