Life is Strange: Choices and Consequences

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Happy Pride on the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riot! This month we bring you an analysis of the extremely gay Life is Strange game series, focusing on choices and consequences.

We conclude with an update on the war against the coming zombie plague, including how we ended up recording this episode in Antarctica.

Written and hosted by Derek Johnson and Ani White. Edited by Ani and Lidia Grigorut.

Timecodes:

  • Recs: 1.48
  • Intro to reviews: 14.00
  • Life is Strange (series 1) review: 18.13
  • Life is Strange: Before The Storm review: 1.02.00
  • Life is Strange 2 review: 1.11.00
  • No Fate Project report: 1.25.55

Recs:

Life is Strange series (available on PC and PS4):

Commentary on Life is Strange:

Music used:

  • Various (chiptunes) – Ozzed
  • Various (acoustic, incl Let Me Be The One) – Mike Mineo
  • Various – Kevin McLeod
  • Dangerous Dungeon – patrickdeartaga.com
  • The River – Rolemusic
  • All in a Silver Line – statushq
  • Cheap Arp Guitar – Anonymous
  • Acoustic Folk Instrumental – Hyde
  • Clair de Lune (Epic Version) – L’Orchestra Cinematique
  • Movement 5 of Symphonie Fantastique by Hector Berlioz, performed by San Francisco Community Orchestra (featuring orchestral version of ‘Dies Irae’ refrain)
  • Dies Irae beat by ǾZZYMANDIAS
  • Dies Irae vocal performance by Membeth
  • Dies Irae beat by CROWZ
  • Leon Theremin playing his own instrument (Donlevy theme)

Sound effects:

Video/film sampled:

  • Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959), feature film (Criswell intro/outro)

Video games sampled: Portal 2, The Beginner’s Guide, Tonight We Riot, all Life is Strange games

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