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Song of Horror - Episode 4

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Available on:PCJan 30, 2020

Developer: Protocol Games

Publisher: 🚀 Raiser Games

Genres: Interactive Story, Horror

WHAT’S NEW IN SONG OF HORROR’S EPISODE 4? Each episode in Song of Horror is inspired by a masterpiece of the horror genre. This time, we looked into Amnesia: The Dark Descent, to create this setting. Look out for the references to other games, movies, books and more! The macabre St. Cecilia’s Abbey poses the toughest challenge you’ll encounter in Song of Horror: find the answers you need in the biggest location of the game before The Presence breaks you. Discover what happened to the monks of the Abbey while you face the diverse manifestations of The Presence, now more powerful than ever! A new narrative structure: Explore St Cecilia’s Abbey from different starting points depending on which character you choose, changing the way you experience this part of the story. Another character joins the fray: Meet Ernest Finnegan, a renowned archaeologist past his glory days and a dear friend of Husher, now looking to help him survive his current predicament. Returning characters will join Ernest depending on who you played with and who died in previous chapters!

Song of Horror - Episode 4 Critic Reviews


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7 / 10

Song of Horror - Episode 4: The Last Concert offers a good set of puzzles and new scenes of confrontation, but the mistakes typical of the previous parts leave a slight disappointment. Punishment for the thirst for exploration and bad QTEs that lead to the death of heroes is clearly not what you expect from a modern horror game.

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The latest episode maintains the consistent atmospheric experience presented by the previous episodes.

Review in Arabic | Read full review

Song of Horror: Episode 4 adds more traditional survival horror elements to its unique permadeath gameplay, while slowly unveiling its wider plot.

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