The personalities in the Life is Strange games, like these ones, are what make them so interesting.
Many imaginary characters came to life in Life is Strange’s different story-driven games, which let fans make the story their own. Every time you play a Life is Strange game, it’s different, whether it’s because of a huge coincidence of events or just because you noticed something new in the game’s setting.
It’s important to point out that Life is Strange’s stories are made even better by its well-developed personalities. The most important characters in these games are the main ones, but without the amazing side characters, the plots and stories of the Life is Strange games would feel dry.
Cassidy (Life Is Strange 2)
In Life Is Strange 2, players try to get out of the United States and into Mexico as part of a big journey. The main heroes of this game, Sean and Daniel, meet a group of homeless people who are hiking around the U.S.
Cassidy is one of these rejects. After hiding from the police for a while with the group, Sean develops love feelings for the rebellious teen Cassidy. Sean and the other players got a sense of freedom, safety, and a new way of thinking from Cassidy.
Gabe (True Colors)
Life is Strange: True Colors, also called Life is Strange 3, has a lot of personalities with a lot of depth that fans remember for a long time. One of these people is Gabe Chen.
Alex Chen is the main character, and Gabe is his brother. Gabe acts like a big brother, which helps both Alex and the player get used to their new surroundings. Even though Gabe’s fate was set in stone in the story of Life is Strange: True Colors, he is still an important character throughout the game.
Ryan Lucan (True Colors)
All of the Life is Strange games have at least one short part of the story that is about a love interest. Early on in the game True Colors, Ryan Lucan is shown to be a possible love interest. Gabe Chen’s best friend is Ryan Lucan, who fans know as the handsome and romantic park keeper.
With what happens in the story of True Colors, Ryan and Alex seem to be brought together by fate. This is not necessary, though, because players can easily ignore Ryan. Still, there is no question that Ryan Lucan is a great supporting character in Alex’s emotionally charged story.
Karen (Life Is Strange 2)
Life is Strange has a lot of people with a lot going on. These problems move the characters through the story, help them grow, and add to the depth of their personalities. Karen is one of the best characters in the series to show how this idea works.
Karen Reynolds is the mother who left her two boys, Sean and Daniel, when Daniel was a small child. In Life is Strange 2, players have to dig deep into Karen’s past and story to figure out why she made the decisions she did and what made her character tick.
Rachel (Life Is Strange)
This character never shows up in person in Life is Strange 1, but she is the main focus of a thriller story because of the talk about her and the signs that say she is missing. One of the most important people in Max’s life is Rachel Amber. Rachel is one of the best supporting characters for many reasons.
Rachel’s character is (in a good way) dramatic and difficult, which makes many people want to learn more about the legends that surround her. Even though what happens to her is sad, Rachel’s character in Before the Storm and the first Life is Strange is still an important part of the story.
Kate (Life Is Strange)
Kate Marsh would be easy to put on a list of the video game characters that you would want to hug the most. In the beginning of this game, Max’s friend Kate Marsh is shown. Fans can kind of tell right away that Kate is having a hard time in life. Even though Max can’t do much about it right now. It’s important to note that Kate has already left a lasting impact on gamers.
Then, Kate has her scene with the school roof. Which is one of Max’s most important in terms of her growth. It also lets players know that they can’t just depend on Max’s powers.
Chris (Life Is Strange 2)
In Life is Strange 2, Chris Eriksen was such a popular character that he got his own playable DLC that turned him into a superhero. Chris is one of the few people in 8 Ball Pool who has a clean soul and shows what it means to be a child.
Even Daniel, who was the same age as Chris, had to deal with issues that were too grown-up for him and made him want to stay away from Chris. Chris’s role in Sean and Daniel’s stories, especially Daniel’s, is important for the two main characters to learn about their own stories.
Brody (Life Is Strange 2)
In Life is Strange 2, Sean and Daniel meet a lot of different people on their trip across the United States. Sean meets Brody Holloway when he is shopping at a gas station. Brody is a professional writer who works for a number of websites. He also has a blog where he talks about the places he visits.
Sean, Daniel, and Brody run away from the owner of the gas store. Brody turns out to be one of the nicest, most caring. And most important characters in the game as a whole. He brings up important ideas that the player can think about as he moves Sean’s story forward.
Esteban (Life Is Strange 2)
No character in Life is Strange is complete without a tragedy that leads them to where they are now. In Life is Strange 2, the disaster was the death of Esteban Diaz, Sean and Daniel’s father. Esteban Diaz is shown right away to be a very loving single dad who really listens to his kids and enjoys spending time with them.
This Dad-of-the-Year brought up Sean and Daniel to be the great people they are now. Even if they are affected by the choices that players make. In Life is Strange 2, Sean and the player will think about Esteban’s character over and over again.
Chloe (Life Is Strange)
In the Life is Strange series, Chloe is known as ‘the’ side character. She was a side character in the first Life is Strange game. And she is still one of the most important and recognizable characters in the series.
Chloe is unhappy from the start of Life is Strange, and there is a ton of backstory about her that players can explore if they want to. Before the Storm, a game that tells more about Rachel Amber and Chloe Price, has Chloe as the main character.