Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 - Wastelands for PC
PC - Windows

Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 - Wastelands

May 9, 2019
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This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.

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Content Rating: Mature


After their narrow escape from Beaver Creek, Sean and Daniel’s dangerous journey to Mexico continues. This episode, the brothers reunite with Cassidy and Finn in California, befriend a community of drifters who live on the fringes of society, and try to scrape together money working on an illegal farm. New friendships and relationships create friction, and put the brothers' unity to the test. As tensions rise, can their strong bond survive?

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4 Reviews

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Nick CowenJun 28, 2019
Life Is Strange 2: Episode 3 still has a problem with pacing and may put off players who aren’t diehard fans of this series. But for those willing to forgive some of its more mundane passages, this episode delivers a pretty compelling denouement and hints at better things to come.
Léon Othenin-GirardMay 13, 2019
Life is Strange 2’s third episode is not quite as good as the second episode, but is better than the first. It’s the shortest episode thus far and has the least gameplay comparatively, but its writing is very strong. It doesn’t have quite the thematic coherence that ‘Rules’ did, but it’s still very well made. The characters are interesting enough to feel relatable but eccentric enough to feel special, and it drives home the distinct feeling of being someplace far away from everything that used to make Sean and Daniel feel safe — still, the characters are welcoming enough for them to feel safe.
Jess McDonellMay 09, 2019
Despite its supernatural themes, Life Is Strange almost always delivers an honest moment instead of a sensationalized one. There's something far more relatable about a teenager mumbling apologies after their "first time" instead of dancing down the street to the tune of "You Make My Dreams Come True," and it's these moments that truly solidify your investment in Sean.

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