Life is Strange #5: Waves brings readers into a Life is Strange AU where Max, Chloe, and Rachel Amber are all living together, but just can’t shake mystery.
Feather is a calming diversion from the realities of everyday life, but the brief experience might just not be worth the price tag.
Life is Strange Volume 1: Dust sees Max and Chloe repairing their lives after the game’s events, bringing us back into the magical world of Arcadia Bay.
Elvie Mae Parian reviews Guard Duty, a point-and-click comedy adventure developed by Sick Chicken Studios that can amuse and disturb simultaneously.
Heaven’s Vault is a game about language, exploration, theft, and belonging. Zora Gilbert, linguist-in-residence, approves.
Naseem’s super obsessed with Persona 5, so of course they checked out Persona 5: The Animation. But does it hold up?