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Life Is Strange Is the Game For Impact at The Game Awards

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Life Is Strange Is the Game For Impact at The Game Awards

You go, Max!

After losing out to Her Story in the Best Narrative category, Life Is Strange takes home the award in the Games For Impact category at tonight’s Game Awards show. It’s a well-deserved win too, considering how fans have gone absolutely crazy over the game’s final episode, including the folks here over at Twinfinite.

Dontnod Entertainment’s episodic series has players take control of Max Caulfield, a young girl who discovers time travel powers. She and her best friend, Chloe Price, then set out to solve the mystery surrounding a missing girl at school. At the same time, Max also gets a vision of a freak tornado heading towards their town.

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