Life is Strange: True Colors official artwork and logo

If you're in the mood for a character and story focused adventure, you'll happy to hear that Life is Strange: True Colors has now landed onto PC and consoles. Best of all, unlike the previous Life is Strange games that took many months to fully come out, True Colors has been unleashed with all of its episodes already present and accounted for!

As for the story, this time around you'll be following Alex Chen as she comes to terms with her ability to experience, absorb and manipulate the emotions of others. With this rather odd power you'll have to figure out the truth behind your brother's death, and as is tradition at this point, uncover a myriad of dark secrets buried in the small, sleepy town of Haven Springs.

Rather than babble on, allow me to share with you one of the developer previews. It should clue you in quite quickly on just what you can expect to see from True Colors. Have a gander:

While the reviews so far seem to be positive across the board, the one complaint I have noticed repeated time and time again is True Color's short length compared to its price tag. So before you dive in make sure to ask yourself how much you think a compelling story is worth for you, and whether you'd be fine waiting for a sale somewhere down the line.

Whatever your choice may be, you can learn more about True Colors, as well as keep an eye on any updates, over at Steam. Enjoy!