Start playing Life is Strange and don't stop until it's over. Your mind will break and you will enjoy every second of it. You can generally plow through it in about 12 hours or so.
There are so many screwed up things that happen in that game (and are different depending on your seemingly inconsequential choices) that you will completely lose your shit at some point. I'm generally not one to cry in movies or games or really ever, but I completely lost it during one of the later scenes. They even include many parts of the game for you to simply just sit down. All that happens is that you sit there. It's generally because you are just trying to comprehend the insanity that just happened, and trying to literally just be relaxed enough to handle and cope with the next thing you are up against. It's moments of reflection in life.
There are enough relateable moments to anyone who's actually experienced any level of difficulty in life that you are guaranteed to get attached to one or more characters to the point that you absolutely do not want anything bad to happen to them. And it could, depending on your choices. You can also save them, depending on your choices.
The music and soundtrack is incredible, the style and feel is unrivaled. It's simply a series of moments in life that turn your world upside down, all mixed into one story. The gameplay is simply a series of approximately 67 different choices that affect dialogue and outcomes in future situations. The first screen you see when you start the game is: "Life is Strange is a series of choices that affect the past, present, and future. Choose wisely."
10/10, would pay $2000 to wipe my memory and experience it again for the first time. That being said, the replayability is still high since you can make different choices and get an entirely different mood throughout the game. Though in general even the least heavy hearted timeline is very screwed up due to certain story elements that are guaranteed to occur.
Life is Strange's subtitle should be: "Throw Donnie Darko in the trash can, it's useless now".