Top 10 Best Life Is Strange CharactersLife is Strange is a stunning game, here is a list of the best characters.
Why do people hate her and Chloe, and love Nathan and Victoria? Sure they're kind of sympathetic but they are in the end just bullies. They may have redeemed themselves by the end but they still did terrible things to people at school. Victoria may not have intended for Kate to kill herself but she still did it, screw Victoria. Nathan's motives are a bit more understandable since he was pressured by his father and Jefferson, but he seemed to enjoy being the bad kid at times, calling Nathan a bad kid is definitely an understatement. Max can be cringy at times and can be a dork in an endearing way, but her relationship with Chloe really makes the game. How the player decides to play the character also affects how she is portrayed, she could be a sassy bitch or a compassionate pacifist, the scene where she tells Victoria off in front of Jefferson is very interesting, she basically says the same thing to her but phrases it differently in the two choices given. The player can basically ...more
Max is an excellent main character. I like her interest in photography, her rewind power, and her general personality. She was a shy character at the beginning of the game but got a reputation as the game progresses.
Don't understand why people hate her, really how good of a character Max is depends on how you play her, Sassy Max is the best Max, Ready for the mosh pit Shaka brah.
Max is a good main character, she is interesting and her relationships to the other characters fees real.
You get emotionally attached and you can really empathise with her character based on unjust events in her life. It has more of an emotional impact as you progress through the story, and her character really evolves rather than staying the same without layers to the character. You can go on a journey with her and see how she changes and grows as a person. Not to mention that she is hella cool!
One of the objectives of this game is to develop a friendship with Chloe, save her countless times, and then finally decide if you want to sacrifice her for the entire town. This game wouldn't be the same without her. I honestly sacrificed Arcadia Bay in my first playthrough.
She was just the ultimate for me. I just really got attached to her, like, REALLY attached. She's awesome!
The whole story of this Game intended to make you feel attached to her, it definitely did it for me!
Kate is overall a good, sweet, and friendly girl. Sadly, she tries to commit suicide in Episode 2. I was sad for not having saved her in my first playthrough. She is definitively underrated as a character in this list.
Might sound like a pervert but I find her quite attractive especially when I see her smile. Feel Sad of her life she's going through. Reminded me of my school days
Kate's Depression was extremely sad, but I saved her from jumping the school building.
Seriously Kate needs to be a higher number, she deserves better.
Her and Chloe's chemistry is amazing and natural, whereas with Max it felt forced. Rachel is definitely tied for my favourite with Chloe.
I ever I, could find a girl like her I would behave totally like Chloe with her. She is an angel, she is beautiful, wonderful, smart, I totally in love with her
Rachel and Chloe has such an authentic chemistry throughout the game. Their relationship is like no other.
Hope they include her in the game. She better and girlie than max.
Although I hated him in the beginning for being a typical bully, when you play all of the chapters and lis before the storm you feel sympathetic for him and you feel like he's just been wronged most of his life and I think that's why he became a bully. His dad pressured him into showing no feelings and to keep the Prescott name clean.
Nathan is an abused child. His father, Sean Prescott, only wants to continue the practices of the Prescott name. He is actually in psychiatric treatment and taking medications. In reality, the antagonist is his father. He deserves to have better treatment.
I felt so bad when I heard the voicemail and in hell is empty in before the storm. I feel like he was so wronged and didn't deserve to die. He was pressured his whole life, didn't deserve to die in such an awful way, but at least all that crap he went through was over.
He deserved better. He's a mentally ill, abused, manipulated and hated kiddo that just needs help.
I haven't finished watching before the storm yet but in the original game he sure piqued my interest and became a likable, sweet character. no doubt why people like him a lot :) may be one of my favorites
Honestly, quite frankly, my favorite character of the series. Frank Bowers is a kind person in Before the Storm. He just became an enemy after Chloe owed him money to get out of Arcadia Bay. He even protected Chloe and Rachel multiple times in the prequel. I WAS EATING THOSE BEANS!
If you don't like him just go play Before the Storm, dude.
Badass in before the storm!
David is a caring father despite his paranoid and strict personality, as proved by a birthday card to Chloe. I honestly don't think he was abusive with Chloe when she smoked marijuana in her room. It is just difficult for him to return to family life after being a soldier. He was the only person going that was going to find the truth about Rachel.
*SPOILER ALERT!* the game really wants you to hate this guy only to feel bad in the end after he literally saves your life, and the way he reacts to the death of his stepdaughter, man... one of my favorite characters for sure and *SPOILER ALERT!* he appears on lis 2! hella cool
He is a good man and I believe he truly loved Chloe and Joice but was just bad at showing it.
Always so hopeful
She's really nice
Joyce Price is a good mother. Being an underrated character of the game, she is the mother of Chloe Price, the most badass character of the game. Joyce has made the right decision to marry David Madsen. She is a loving and hardworking mother who wishes the best for Chloe.
I mean come on.
Actually pleasant, fun and interesting. if this Chloe was in the entire story, I might not have relished in rewinding all of her deaths with a particular glee.