Life is Strange: True Colors hit PC and consoles in September and as with prior entries, it was fantastic. The franchise has never been featured on the Switch before, so to have the latest entry available so quickly after the higher-end console and PC versions is impressive too.
The newest adventure has players take on the role of Alex Chen as she uses here ability to manipulate emotions to find the truth of how her brother died. This incarnation allows users to play the series on the go for the first time ever without having to deal with mobile on-screen control limits. The digital version is available now on the eShop for $59.99 while the physical version hits on February 25, 2022.