Life is Strange Limited Edition

Life is Strange Limited Edition
Platform: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC
Year: 2016
Region: PAL

Life is Strange was initially released digitally in five episodes over the course of 2015 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In January of 2016, a boxed version containing all episodes was released for the same platforms. A limited edition containing some goodies was also made available.

The limited edition comes in a paper box made to resemble a scrap book, with in the center a polaroid photo of Max Caulfield, the game’s protagonist.

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Inside are a couple of items. First of all, the game itself, in a regular PlayStation 4 case. The box-art looks identical to the one on the paper box. Inside is also a code to register your copy on Square Enix’s website.

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Also included: a small, hardcover art book with 22 pages. It’s made to look like a journal belonging to Max Caulfield, with photos, stickers, drawings and magazine clippings inside. It’s based on the  journal in the game, which functions as your inventory guide.

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A soundtrack CD is also included, it comes in its own jewel case and contains 22 tracks. The cover design is made to look like it’s been hand drawn.

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The limited edition also contains commentary from the directors.

All in all, this is a pretty neat edition for its price. It’s cool that the soundtrack comes in its own case, and the artbook, though small, has a nice presentation.

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  • Gatsu

    That looks sooooo cool , I think this game is really amazing for such a cheap price. I cant wait to get that artbook and OST, all the best songs wow :D. Also nice that it includes the Director’s Commentary.

    I need to remember visit this site more :).

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