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Neighbours Back From Hell

THQ Nordic, Farbworks, HandyGames
Oct 8, 2020 - PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Critic Reviews for Neighbours Back From Hell

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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Neighbours are back and this is good remaster with improved gameplay.

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Neighbors Back From Hell is all about nostalgia, but other than that doesn't have much to offer. If you played and liked the old games you'll probably have a good time here, but as a new generation gamer it's a hit and miss.

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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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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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Neighbours back From Hell has very little in the way of replayability, variety and overall imagination. While this may be a miserable experience for new players, some fans of the original might love it for what it is.

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Neighbours back From Hell took me on a trip to early 2000s gaming, and honestly, I was absolutely here for it. It may not be the smoothest experience and I’m certainly missing some quality of life updates that would have made quite a difference, but that didn’t stop Neighbours back From Hell from being the low-brow, low-effort kind of fun that doesn’t take itself seriously.

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