Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 3: Hell is Empty Crack/Patch

Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 3: Hell is Empty

Download Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 3: Hell is Empty Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1232
Genre Action Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Square Enix / Deck Nine Games

Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 3: Hell is Empty reviews ( 6 )

scepticpurple, Dec 24, 2017

Hell is empty's heavy emphasis on dialogue and character development serves as both it's greatest strength and its greatest flaw. While it boasts some of the richest, most believable character interactions in the series, and draws the game to a fairly satisfying conclusion, it's pacing suffers from the frequency of such events, and so the episode can feel like a bit of a slog to get through. The pay-off is rewarding (and in the case of a certain after-credits scene, typically soul-destroying) though, besides one or two plot points that are left irritatingly unresolved.

Ai-Jey, Dec 31, 2017

I hoped that in this Episode we will find out, how Rachel became a Vortex Club member, how she started to flirt with Frank and how she started to use drugs. But nothing of mentioned above was in third Episode. I started playing Before the Storm only because I want everything to come clear about Rachel, but, unfortunately, deck nine hadn't done their best. The story itself is weird and endings are almost the same.

amyriz97, Jan 8, 2018

A story of promises broken. Reddit presentation in June: we promise no dark room stuff, this will be an entirely different story. Repeated answers to fan questions: no dark room, no we don't do that, pinky swear etcetera. First two episodes brilliant. But whatever you choose, those choices are negated immediately in episode 3. Where is all the "gay" stuff that was in episodes 1 and 2? Where is the continuation of the previous episodes and the explanation for the supernatural events that we kept seeing? I agree that it looks like it was discarded maybe because someone at Square Enix suddenly got panic and didn't like gay people. Worst of all is the contemptuous part silence/part denial the developers are making since last month. At least admit you changed it. Admit you broke repeated explicitly made promises. That would be a start. This abomination of an episode isn't even worth the 1 I am forced to give it.

timbertimber95, Dec 23, 2017

Like my friends I am still devastated about how we did not get the conclusion of the beautiful, perfect story of the two first episode. Please don't lie to fans, you developers. You did and you broke our hearts. Please explain what is this mess you gave us instead of the real thing? A week ago, I was looking forward to giving 100/10 but not anymore. This was an insult to the fans.

breadstick, Dec 22, 2017

Moxie and marc are right this episode was a confused mess. It feels like all decisions are not important anymore, and just discarded. Was this an episode of the same game as the other episodes? I think it doesn't look like. And as Moxie and marc say, Deck9 basically told lies. Lying is never good. We want the real episode 3 that was promise. The other two were good.

MoxieRuggs, Dec 21, 2017

The first two episodes were well made and expanded the canon from the first game. New, interesting characters were introduced and the relationship between Rachel and Chloe was shown to players (who could play it as either platonic or romantic). But everything fell apart in the third episode (shades of episode 5 of the original game?), which was a confused, jumbled mess. Several important characters were shoved to the side or received almost no screen time, and at the end most of the choices made during the first two episodes amounted to nothing. And that "stinger" at the end of credits was a middle finger to the players, pure and simple, from Deck Nine. This episode almost felt like it had been made by a different team than the first two. Most disappointing gaming experience of 2017, by far. Strongly recommend not buying the game.