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Nintendo announced during its E3 Direct today that the Life is Strange: True Colors and Life is Strange: Remastered Collection are coming to the Nintendo Switch.

That’s another sign that the Switch has become a must-have for game publishers because of its huge reach.

Life is Strange: True Colors debuts on September 10, the same day it debuts on other PC and console platforms. The remastered collection launch date will be announced later.

Above: Life is Strange characters.

Image Credit: Nintendo

True Colors is the latest Life is Strange universe about teen angst and supernatural powers.


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The protagonist is Alex Chen, who comes to Haven Springs, a town where her brother Gabe lives. He dies in a “so-called accident,” but Alex knows the town is hiding something. She invokes a cursed psychic power dubbed Empathy, which enables her to experience, absorb, and manipulate the strong emotions of others — which she sees as blazing, colored auras around the people. Alex has to use the power to find the truth and uncover dark secrets of the small town.

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