'Life Is Strange 2' fails to follow up on past success | The Toledo Blade

The Blade’s Will Harrison: Life Is Strange 2 is the gaming equivalent of Paul Haggis’ 2004 Oscar award-winning film Crash. It wants to make a grand statement about race and life but does so with shallow strokes of the blade, not even understanding why it’s holding a knife in the first place. At the same time, it’s also a piece of media asking to be rewarded for trying to say anything at all, even if the message is muddled and incoherent.

source: gamezpot.com