Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek

Gearbox Publishing, tinyBuild Games

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
38
Top Critic Average
14%
Critics Recommend
Based on 7 critic reviews
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Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

38

Top Critic Average

14%

Critics Recommend

Based on 7 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 7, 2018
Xbox OneDec 7, 2018
PCDec 7, 2018
Nintendo SwitchDec 7, 2018

Publishers: Gearbox Publishing, tinyBuild Games

Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek follows the tragic story of the Neighbor’s family in this dramatic prequel to Hello Neighbor. Experience playing a game of hide-and-seek with your brother as you both deal with a loss of a family member. The game explains events that lead up to the original Stealth Horror hit Hello Neighbor.

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Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek Launch Trailer (Epic Games Store, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, iOS)

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Hello Neighbor: Hide And Seek Reveal Trailer

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It is unsuccessful and really bad sequel in Hello Neighbor series.

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Sloppy controls, an aimless direction, and atrocious level design hinders Dynamic Pixel's newest entry in the Hello Neighbor series from reaching the potential that many believe it has. While a whimsical art style and great performance across a variety of performance are great to see, Hide & Seek results in a forgettable and frustrating experience overall.

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Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek is a one-trick pony that had a game built around the premise of drawing a reaction out of the player via jump scares, which it does very well. If the levels and puzzles were more focused and honed-in, there could be a logical and interesting foundation for an experiential dread and tension. Forget moving out of the neighborhood, I'd suggest moving to the next county over.

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Anyone who enjoyed the first game in the series will love this prequel and I recommend it highly.

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