In December 2021 I started playing Fallout 76. While my previous experience with the franchise culminated in exploring the world of Fallout 4, and even making a series of let’s play videos, I was positively surprised by Fallout 76 and many new concepts this game offers.
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This story is an alternative take on the events in Hordak’s sanctum, leading to the opening of the portal in season 3 of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. What if Catra and Adora talked about their past? Would Catra still pull the switch? Or would she switch sides?
One of the things that enchanted me in Life is Strange was Max Caulfield photo memorial wall at Blackwell Academy. It was one of those small details that made me fall in love with this game, contributing to its unique atmosphere. The Polaroid wall in Max’s dorm room allows player to not only appreciate her photography skills, but also learn more about her personality. In some way it also reflects Max’s decisions, especially the ones made at the beginning of the game.
Ever since my first playthrough of the game, I’ve been thinking about recreating Max’s photo wall at home. The opportunity for that appeared in August 2019, when I was doing a renovation of my home office. I decided to dedicate a whole wall to Life is Strange. I want to share the final result with you, along with a small DIY tutorial on how to make Max photo wall that will look as similar to the in-game version as possible.
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