Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 3: Hell is Empty
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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Developer: Deck Nine
Content Rating: Mature
The prequel to the BAFTA award winning narrative adventure Life is Strange: Before the Storm races towards a dramatic conclusion as Rachel learns the truth about her family and needs Chloe’s support more than ever. Meanwhile, Chloe begins to uncover a dangerous revelation which will require her to find the courage and strength to make some of the toughest decisions of her life…
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A shaky conclusion to a fantastic season, the finale episode is still a solid entry but it doesn't reach the dizzying heights of the first two entries.Episode one review. Episode two review.
Life Is Strange: Before the Storm is more down to Earth than the main campaign, and it’s actually better for it. Deck Nine’s done an incredible job of working within the boundaries that DONTNOD’s story set, and its biggest achievement is characterising the enigmatic Rachel Amber, who’s both intoxicating and fragile all at the same time. Episode 3: Hell Is Empty feels like it could use a little more breathing room, but it crescendos with a gorgeous conclusion that’s as heart-warming as it is heart-breaking. After all, we already know where this story ends.
Hell is Empty perfectly pays off what was built up in the first two episodes while also providing a bridge to the original series. Acting as a prequel series put Before the Storm in a tough spot, but the third episode shows that you can pull of a lofty goal like that near-perfectly. It’s a fantastic conclusion to the prequel series and a must-play for anyone who enjoyed the first two episodes.