Life is Strange: The true color story is set in Hewenquan Town, where you can see a store called “Tibet Treasure” hanging a Tibetan flag at its entrance. That flag was used as a symbol of the Tibetan independence movement and was banned in mainland China, which is why it became a source of complaints from Chinese players on Steam.
Although its user ratings are still very positive, Most of the negative comments come from Chinese players“The game contains elements of Tibetan independence, implying China’s division”, said A negative comment, And “Tibet is part of China”, repeat other. According to a third, “Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and Tibet have been Chinese territory since ancient times. No matter what they think, they will eventually return to the mainland. I suggest that the Nite people read more and don’t be stupid. Finding jobs in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and Tibet will always be Part of China”.
Previously, Chinese users have bombarded Devotion to a greater degree because it concealed references to memes comparing Chinese President Xi Jinping to Winnie the Pooh. However, similar incidents are not always politically motivated. Nier: When Automata was released in Asia, it was bombarded with comments due to the lack of Chinese support. Simplified Chinese is the most popular language in Chinese, and China represents Steam’s second largest market.
Starting this month, the new restrictions mean that Chinese players under the age of 18 can only play online games for one hour a day, from 8pm to 9pm on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. Of course, this will not affect offline single-player games like Life is Strange: True Colors.
As for the game itself, our reviewer Rachel Watts liked it very much. “Although “True Color” has its flaws,” Rachel wrote in her review of “Life is Strange: True Colors”, “I have never had so much fun in the game “Life is Strange.” The game deals with some incredibly heavy topics, such as persuading friends not to jump off the roof of a building or experience terrible racism, so even when there are happy moments, they are often considered bitter and sweet in unfairness It’s fleeting in the world. True color has its fair share of drama, but it also has incredible moments of happiness.”