Life is Strange Wavelengths Review

a close up of Steph from Life Is Strange

I love the Life is Strange series. For those unaware, it is essentially a slice-of-life type game with strong underlying LGBTQ themes. While I deeply enjoyed Life is Strange, Life is Strange Before the Storm, and Life is Strange True Colors, I honestly was not impressed by Life is Strange Wavelengths. Wavelengths is a smaller DLC for…

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I’m a queer adopted healthcare worker who writers in their spare time. I have a MPH degree.

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