Life is Strange Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Simply play through the game, from start to finish, while finding photo locations. No missable trophies.
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Life is Strange
Life is Strange is a third-person episodic graphic adventure with elements of puzzle solving and fetching. Players are able to rewind time, allowing for redoing previous actions while keeping all items in their inventory. Dialogue is presented in the form of choices, which can have short and long-term effects on the story.
Set in the fictional town of Arcadia Bay in Oregon, a twelfth grade student named Maxine "Max" Caulfield finds herself with the ability to rewind time after witnessing her classmate commit murder.
Life is Strange received positive reviews with an average score across all five episodes of 81%, praised for its inventive time travel aspect, interesting characters, and its interactive style of storytelling.
If you're familiar with such Telltale Games as Walking Dead or Wolves Among Us, then you'll have a good idea of how easy this game can be. No skill is required, and all trophies are either story-related or require you to take photos of specific locations. The game also includes a Collectible Mode which allows you to backtrack to take any missed photos after completing the game, which means no missable trophies.
If rushing through with a guide, the Platinum trophy can be earned in roughly 10 hours.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS3 version have a separate list than those on the PS4.
Essentially to get the Platinum, you'll need to complete the game, as well as take all the required location photos.
There is a Collectible Mode which allows you to backtrack to any point in the game without affecting the story and take the necessary location photos, which means there are no missable trophies. So it's up to you whether you wish to play through and enjoy the story first, or follow a guide and get all the photo locations during your playthrough.
Be sure to check out the Life is Strange trophy guide and collectible links under our Links tab to find anything you're missing.
IGN has a Walkthrough here:
A full video Walkthrough by Yogscast Kim:
And a Walkthrough by Ferry Groenendijk:
swotam has a great Trophy Guide here, with plenty of videos:
And a great Trophy Guide created by Faust, with plenty of pics:
A Photos Locations Guide by Ferry Groenendijk:
Here's a Story Discussion Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: