3Life is Strange
Since it deals with some pretty heavy topics, we wouldn’t recommend Life is Strange for young players, but for teenage girls, it’s one of the best PS4 games out there. Across five episodes, Life is Strange tells the story of Max Caulfield, a high school student with a very special power; she can control time.
But this isn’t a happy-go-lucky tale of superheroes. Max’s power helps (and hinders) her with many heavy topics, such as helping her classmates through very difficult decisions – and, ultimately, saving the entire town. It’s essentially a high school drama that you get to play yourself, with a supernatural twist. Think 13 Reasons Why, with magical powers thrown into the mix.
There’s also a prequel story, in Before the Storm, which focuses on Max’s best friend Chloe. And the latest release, Life is Strange: True Colors offers similar gameplay with an entirely new story. We’d not hesitate to recommend any of these as great games for teenage girls.