Life is Strange: Episode 3 - Chaos Theory Crack/Patch

Life is Strange: Episode 3 - Chaos Theory In the third installment of Life is Strange, Max & Chloe ramp up their investigation to find out what exactly is going on at Blackwell Academy and the whereabouts of Rachel Amber. Secrets will be uncovered and Max will find another use for her power.

Download Life is Strange: Episode 3 - Chaos Theory Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2877
Genre Action Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Square Enix / DONTNOD Entertainment

Life is Strange: Episode 3 - Chaos Theory reviews ( 7 )

Steeldude, May 21, 2015

If you are reading this, I hope that you have already played the previous two episodes, as they are both great story-based games which are rare to see nowadays. Moreover, the goal of the game has always been to revolutionize the impact of choices which is something you could have already experienced by playing episodes 1-2. I have to say that the individual episodes are doing an amazing job at what they are supposed to (bringing to us a realistic story that we are capable of experiencing on our own and change the future by our choices) and I gave a 9 to both Episodes 1 and 2. Keeping that in mind, I have to say that Chaos Theory is nevertheless the best episode so far. It is really hard to describe any episode of this series without giving away any spoilers, but: - Supposing you have seen the sneak peak at the end of Ep 2, you should already know that a large part of this episode takes part at night. Because of that, a nice feeling of tension is added to the story, as you have to walk around in the darkness using only the light of your mobile phone. It is quite reminiscent of some horror games and a welcome addition overall. - Also, it feels more like an adventure game, as there are more parts this time around where you have to gather items. There is more interaction with people and the surroundings this time around. - The ending part is simply amazing and a great idea overall. I love the direction this series is going and I no longer have doubts that this series will be long remembered as the first one that tried to attempt something slightly different and managed to do it in such a great way.

Bedazzledcolour, May 26, 2015

Played all 3 episodes, and this game is seriously fantastic. The game is on par with games like DA:O, ME, heavy rain, beyond two souls 'quality wise', you simply get lost in the game once you begin. For me, this game is everything the walking dead was not. A masterpiece and fully deserves 10.

Gwenchlan, Jul 28, 2015

Everything increased : gameplay, story, the characters. It's simple : I replayed this episode too, because the final scene was really really surprising. I wasn't expecting it ! Now, the 4th episode is out. I'm wondering how all pieces will match and what will be the 4th episode final scene. Now, I'm sure of it : it's a very good game.

Tehpava, May 20, 2015

This episode was, in my opinion, the best episode of the three. It was little bit shorter than the episode 1 or 2, but the plot level it's very high. In this episode we can see that Max and Chloe are trying to enter in the principal office to find some clues about the Rachel's disappear and Kate's death, but they find something about Nathan too. I won't spoiler anymore, but the end of this episode, will blow your mind.

Rem, Jul 10, 2015

With the release of Episode 3: Chaos Theory, Life is Strange from DontNod has may have already taken the episodic gaming crown from TellTale. Rather than doting on plot twists and shocking character deaths, Episode 3 finds its strengths in the exploration of the relationship between Max and Chloe while not excellently lip synced, makes up for in the small moments, interactions, and dialogue. Once more the Life is Strange series boasts the impressive design of its world and the little details that populate. Stepping into the shoes of Max Caulfield, experiencing the world through her eyes and thoughts provided me with a sense of melancholy, in a world that I may never live in but continue to be fascinated by. The art style and music still bring that small town/Twin Peaks vibe with a dash of Juno while creating an identity of its own. Interacting with the world through point and click mechanics while serviceable, is carried by the young, charming nature that the game tries to set itself upon. And once you reach the jaw dropping conclusion in this tale, Episode 4 seems like thousands of years away. The little details, mood, and the relationship of the two main characters propel Life is Strange into a cult classic status despite its shortcomings.

Baseballllls, May 20, 2015

If you've played the other 2 episodes (which you should have by now) you'll know what to expect. Except, this time around you're due to be shocked and awed at the twists and turns, and just as you think things are going great, all hell breaks loose. Awesome story telling is what this is. A couple weird instances where I had no idea what to do, though.. Once you figure it out, the Dopamine starts flowing. I wish there were more games like this, I'd throw my money at them. I rate this episode a 9/10. Minus a point, because that ending... Why can't I do something about it NOW! grr

gyigyo2, May 20, 2015

Well this was the weakest episde of all.. the first episode is great the second episode probably the best the 3rd episode is bad... why we cant to decide to let william to die or not? we forced to changed the history!!! i dont like this at all... the only good thing was in this episode you can decide you will be lesbian or not...and its not full happy endings.