Neighbours Back From Hell

THQ Nordic, Farbworks, HandyGames

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
65
Top Critic Average
17%
Critics Recommend
Based on 6 critic reviews
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Neighbours Back From Hell

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

65

Top Critic Average

17%

Critics Recommend

Based on 6 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCOct 9, 2020
Nintendo SwitchOct 8, 2020
PlayStation 4Oct 8, 2020
Xbox OneOct 8, 2020

Developers: THQ Nordic, Farbworks

Publisher: HandyGames

Genres: Puzzle, Strategy

Did you know that “Schadenfreude” is a German word defined as the concept of finding joy in someone else’s misfortune? It is also the main idea on which Neighbours back From Hell is built. A whole TV show based on playing increasingly outrageous pranks on your grumpy neighbor to keep the audience entertained, and viewership numbers high. It’s good to be bad in this early 2000s trash TV-inspired slapstick extravaganza! As Woody, the vengeful star protagonist of Neighbours back From Hell, you will prank your way through Seasons 1 and 2 of the fictitious, but aptly named TV show. Take the mischief from your nasty neighbor’s flat all the way to China, India, and Mexico where you will make sure his holiday is a living hell. While you’re at it, why limit targeting your antics at your neighbor, when you can involve his mother and fellow travelers? Whatever you decide to do, your trusty camera crew will be right there and keep a keen eye on all the action. You can let your crooked creativity flow freely and watch the neighbor rage in desperation. Just be mindful not to get caught by him or his companions, or they will whoop you good and your TV show will be taken off the air. If you perform well on the other hand, by creating more and more disarray and chaos in the neighbor’s life, ratings will increase, and you could win prestigious awards.

Neighbours Back From Hell Critic Reviews

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A madcap blast from the past, Neighbors back from Hell doesn't do anything to change its original formula, but the added spit 'n shine polish does give the fantastic pranking sandbox a new lease on life.

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If you fondly remember the original titles and fancy reacquainting yourself, you’ll probably have a good time with Neighbours Back From Hell while it lasts. Newcomers might somewhat enjoy it too. But it’s quite forgettable once it’s over.

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Neighbours Back From Hell is a great remaster in every aspect. A short enjoyable 15 $ game that made you some fun hours. Either you played the original game or not, you should not lose Neighbours Back From Hell.

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As it stands, Neighbours Back From Hell feels like a hastily put together package that with a bit more attention could have been the remaster we did not know that we needed, but we really enjoyed, instead of the remaster no one asked for and no one will remember.

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