Grab DONTNOD Entertainment's Tell Me Why Free On Steam Before June Ends
Well, here's something we almost missed, good thing Jason caught it. Well, it's a good thing if you're a fan of DONTNOD Entertainment's games anyway. The company, known for its story-driven games like Life is Strange, is offering another of its games, titled Tell Me Why, to players for free on Steam through June. We're not just talking an episode here, either. The entire thing, which normally runs $20 and consists of three chapters, is available to download for free.
Tell Me Why is another supernatural mystery game. Focused on the twins Tyler and Alyson Ronan, the game makes use of their supernatural bond to uncover the secrets of their childhood in Alaska. The choices players make while uncovering these mysteries may change things, impacting not just the world, but the way the twins relate to one another, and how strong that bond ends up being in the end.
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