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    Cool Introduce Yourself

    A thread for newcomers to introduce themselves to the forum
    Life is Strange Episode Four Out now www.lifeisstrange.com
    Scott Blows - Life is Strange Community Manager
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    Given there is not thing here, I'll change that.

    First I'll start with my name, witch is Krista and I was born in a small fishing town (no, not Arcadia :P). My youth and personality is somewhat like Chloe's. I am still somewhat of a rebel, with tats and piercings. I am not going to go into detail about my past.
    I do try to keep a job, stay out of trouble, try to make decent friends, stay away from beer and play good video games.

    Best Regards.

    KD.

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    Well, I guess I'll become an official fan boy now. Good job, not a lot of games accomplish that.
    My name is Dominik, I hail from the mighty mountain region of Bavaria (Germany for all you dopes). Video game enthusiast, like some sports as well, esp. hiking. It's fulfilling to see how insignificant we really are when you're on top of a mountain and looking down into the distance. It's a good balance to sitting in a chair all day and translating random bull for ***s. But gotta make that dough. LiS moved me pretty hard, so that's why I will stay invested in this developer...I hope for more good stuff, that crushes my soul Or just makes me feel good, whatever you want to do next, but this story was beautiful.

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    This has been WAY LONG over due, but better late than never.

    My name is Cody. I live in the southern part of the USA. My hobbies include reading, writing, playing video games, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and listening to music. I'm currently getting a BS in Behavioral Science (What a load of BS right. Haha). And....that pretty much sums me up.

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    Hey everybody.
    Just wanted to say hi. I'm not good in writing about myself :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vorchie View Post
    Hey everybody.
    Just wanted to say hi. I'm not good in writing about myself :P
    Just try/do it
    Life is what you make of it, or atleast try to make of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KristaD View Post
    Just try/do it
    All right... I'm cloud specialist, I like video games with science behind it, or video games with a good story. Except games I like sci-fi and science.
    Huh.

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    Hey everybody! Just seeing what's going on around here and what a dedicated place to talk about this wonderful game . Still working my way through episode 3, but boy is it something special.

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    Hi everyone, you can call me Pyro! Loved LIS and I'll play even Remember Me! Characters were all goods! And I have a strange feeling that Max should "meet" Elizabeth from bioshock in a different reality/universe/time!

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    Hi everyone. I'm Azuardo (or just plain old Az), from the beautiful mountainous country of Wales. I joined here after I finished episode 5, hoping to discuss with and meet other fans of the game. There hasn't been a game that has affected me so emotionally like this for a long time - or maybe even at all; the wait for episode 5 was extremely painful! I'm Team Pricefield all day long

    In terms of games, I am a fan of Final Fantasy, Legend of Zelda, Mass Effect, Metroid, Dead or Alive, Shenmue and many others. Outside of gaming, I am a huge soccer and tennis fan, and try to play and watch when I can.

    Nice to meet you all!
    Last edited by Azuardo; 14th Nov 2015 at 02:32.

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    Hi, people! Billy here, nice to meet you all! I literally got in the game late. I first fell for it after watching some chapters played on Giant Bomb dot com. The final chapter was about to be released and the limited edition was soon announced. I preordered that and I was really dreading the wait to play it for myself. Thanks to a Steam sale, I had to grab it. I describe LiS as a game so nice, I bought it twice!

    I only finished the game this past week and it was a extremely fascinating experience. I'm left with questions to continue to ponder on and great memories. For the record I have NO problem with the 5th episode but unfortunately a lot of people do.

    See you 'round!

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    Hello everyone, I'm Toby! Newcomer to the LIS forums, but old hand at Life is Strange and Square Enix here!

    With Scott riding off into the sunset last Friday, I've now stepped into the position of the Life is Strange Community Manager. That means that I'll be your contact point for anything Life is Strange dev or publishing related. I came up to Community Management through the Square Enix Customer Service branch almost two years ago now, so I do also have experience in tech troubleshooting and can try to help where possible, but the best way to resolve tech issues will, as before, be to get in contact with our support team who can look at your system files and pinpoint exactly what is going wrong.

    I've worked on a number of projects for Square Enix so far, but I played Life is Strange entirely as a gamer and anxiously waited for each new episode to be released alongside everyone else in the community.

    Looking forward to getting to know everyone else here on the forums, even if I may go a little quiet for the next couple of weeks with the imminent annual holidays in the SE Offices inbound..
    Find me on the blog and Twitter

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    Hello here!

    I'm Clément, from France. I always appreciate Square Enix games (Tomb Raider, Hitman...) but here, along with Dontnod (my country), they did an absolute piece of art. Well, I first bought the 1st episode not too late after it came out then, I waited, don't really know why before buying the Season Pass and now devouring this game. I'm currently in the middle of the 4th episode. This game is beyond beautiful.
    Anyway, my hobbies are video games (of course), reading... I like to talk so I hope we'll catch up on the forum (sorry for my mistakes haha) See ya!

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    Hello everyone!
    I'm Mark from Russia,Moscow(Probabbly the only russian in all the forum of Life is strange)haha...I learn languages,speak Russian,English and Spanish!Like to read teenager's books,love movies(horrors,scary ones,detectives,adventures)I'm glad I saw this game in Steam shop and watched it's trailer because then I would never get to know about it!It's actully takes a little part of my soul now!So I'm really happy about that!I made my own blog about Life is strange on Tumbler and Twitter after I finished the game and I can't wait for next season!A few words about Life is strange's music!OMG!These soundtracks are amazing!I can't imagine the game and it's moments without the music which was playing at that moment!Glass Walls,Spanish Sahara,Obstacles,Mountains...Without them everything would be different!
    Also a few words about Max and Chloe...They...They just became my friends whom I will never see again...So I always start crying when I remember that...It's really hard for me to talk about it.Really hard.
    I'm truly not such a sentimental person...But this game changed me!I cried because of Rachel!I cried because of Max and Chloe!I cried because of the end of the whole story...I still sojourn in some kind of a depression about it and probably need someone to speak about that,Did anyone feel just like I do when he finished the game?Want to be alone,don't want to talk to anyone,always listen to music from LIS...Maybe it's all because I liked the game so much?
    That's how easy I can stop talking about myself and start describing my feeling about the game!
    Hope there's someone I can talk to.

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    Hey everybody! I'm Cam, AKA CammaBit or in game as SpitefulTrashPrincess. I'm an American gamer, artist, and most recently, YouTuber! I've heard a lot of good stuff about Life is Strange and decided that I'd record me playing it for the first time, so that's coming soon. I don't do much. I keep to myself, listen to my music, draw, and play games. I'm just trying to make my way through college as of right now and I thought that the community for such a great game would be a wonderful place to relax. I hope everyone the best and can't wait to become a part of the Life is Strange community even if it is a bit late to be doing so!

    ~CammaBit

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    Hi, I'm Brad aka bladeturbo. I purchased Life is Strange on steam and absolutely loved it. I have never played a game this in depth filled with such emotion. I must say I was quite sad when I finished it. Bravo to the development team, you all did an excellent job on this game. I would love to see more games like this in the future.

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    Hi!
    My name is Bobby and i love Chloe Price =)
    ...for funs Life is Strange "Three Bullets Necklace" for 9.95$ in etsy shop www . etsy . com / shop / Odysseyhats
    Chloe's Necklace!!!=)))

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    Hi!
    My name is Bobby and i love Chloe Price =)
    ...for funs Life is Strange "Three Bullets Necklace" for 9.95$ in etsy shop www . etsy . com /shop/Odysseyhats
    Chloe's Necklace!!!=)))

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    Hi everybody. I have never posted on any forum before so I'm all excited & nervous at the same time. I've just completed the first chapter of LIS. I must say that from what I've experienced with this game thus far, its shaping up to be my game of the year. LIS stands out from the fast paced games out on the market these days, rewards the patient gamer & has a somewhat relaxing feel to it. The developers should be commended on their handling of the music, general ambiance, taboo subject matters, relationships between characters & presentation for the game. To be honest, you very rarely experience this kind of gaming in mainstream titles. Maybe it just suits the kind of gamer I am & that's why I took to it. I never thought that a game would come along and rival what I had experienced (a touching relationship between two teenage girls) in The Last Of Us: Left Behind but here you have it. I don't know if I will ever post again as I only opened a Square-Enix account to express my initial thoughts on this wonderful game. Nevertheless...bye & take care.
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    I have to admit that I have not played Life Is Strange yet and only seen it being for free to download for xbox gold if I am not mistaken. I researched the title further and became extremely surprised and intrigued that another site listed Until Dawn, Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls to be of similar nature. Those three games were highly entertaining so I am excited to read that Life is Strange may induce the same feeling as these three did

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    I played through the game once on Playstation 4 and I have to say that some (at least 1) of the plot twists absolutely caught me completely off guard. I'm usually pretty good at picking up on fore-shadowed events, but this game totally threw me for a loop at one point. I'm a 29 year old dude, military veteran, who lives out in the country with a wife and two kids and a beat up old pickup truck, and I believe Life is Strange was one of if not THE the best story driven game I've ever played and almost brought me to tears at one or two points.

    I'm playing through it again, this time on PC in order to try and pick up on some of the things I missed when I played through it on PS4 and also in order to perhaps do a few things differently now that I know what is going on. I had one big regret about the outcome of my play-through on PS4, and it was something I didn't even realize was a bad thing until it happened, so hopefully on this 2nd time around I'll not only uncover a few more secrets about Arcadia Bay but also manage to fix the mistakes I made my first time around.

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    Hi, I'm a newbie here (duh). I'll be honest; I seriously doubt I would've ever played LIS had it not been for Episode 1 being released for free. But by the time I played through, it got my hook, line and sinker. I bought the full game and played through and completed the remaining episodes over the course of a few days. Just like any good book that you simply can't put down, each episode almost demands that you play all the way through without break. And then when you're done, you're already planning ahead on when you'll be able to play the next one. I'd imagine back when the game was first released; many people were climbing the walls in anticipation of the release of each episode; especially those with the cliffhangers/twists. I understand I'm a little late to the party, but LIS really provoked an emotional response from me that I haven't felt in a game in a very long time; so I'm glad I came to find this group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auronforever View Post
    Hi, I'm a newbie here (duh). I'll be honest; I seriously doubt I would've ever played LIS had it not been for Episode 1 being released for free. But by the time I played through, it got my hook, line and sinker. I bought the full game and played through and completed the remaining episodes over the course of a few days. Just like any good book that you simply can't put down, each episode almost demands that you play all the way through without break. And then when you're done, you're already planning ahead on when you'll be able to play the next one. I'd imagine back when the game was first released; many people were climbing the walls in anticipation of the release of each episode; especially those with the cliffhangers/twists. I understand I'm a little late to the party, but LIS really provoked an emotional response from me that I haven't felt in a game in a very long time; so I'm glad I came to find this group.
    There are a lot of things in life that remain undiscovered until the stone is turned over to reveal what is underneath it. I am glad you have discovered this game and decided to see it through to the very end. The game is by no means perfect and has many flaws, but it is without doubt very addictive after the first play-through of episode one.

    I bought the season pass when the game was originally released and you're right - the anticipation for the subsequent episodes was excruciatingly difficult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by julietxjules View Post
    There are a lot of things in life that remain undiscovered until the stone is turned over to reveal what is underneath it. I am glad you have discovered this game and decided to see it through to the very end. The game is by no means perfect and has many flaws, but it is without doubt very addictive after the first play-through of episode one.

    I bought the season pass when the game was originally released and you're right - the anticipation for the subsequent episodes was excruciatingly difficult.
    I don't care about the trivial flaws. I make my OWN JUDGEMENT on whether or not a game is worthy of my time. Watching the Director's Commentary after completing the game, I see that even they acknowledged the mistakes that occurred. But it didn't take anything away from how I feel about the game. I know there's Youtube videos where people with nothing better to do go scene by scene trying to pick apart the mistakes in the game. I pay no attention to them. I was, however, interested in the reaction videos of certain scenes. I'm glad to see I was certainly not alone!

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    Flaws!? Who cares about flaws - I certainly don't. There is no game in existence without flaws to whatever degree. I was more than pleased when this game came out that I actually found myself playing a game that was worlds apart from all the other mundane rubbish that is out there these days. I loved every episode and thoroughly enjoyed them all - bugs and all - until they were fixed.

    Life is Strange came as a breath of fresh air at a time when I was totally disillusioned with gaming in general and, I thank Dontnod for reinvesting my interest in an otherwise predictable corporate gaming world.
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