Song of Horror Complete
Top Critic Average
Don't let the lackluster production values scare you off. Song of Horror has some genuinely shocking moments
Song of Horror is one of the best indie horror games out there. Taking the key aspects of genre classics like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, and combining these with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the genre in other media, Song of Horror really gets under your skin and, just like The Presence, will haunt the dark corners of your mind. But don't worry, that noise was just the wind. Or was it…
Song of Horror is a cool and scary game defined by very old-school elements and a lot of untapped potential. If you can swallow crude animations and the need to repeat many of the stages, you will be fine. If not, even the pretty surroundings and an interesting story may not be enough. Still, it could be much worse.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Song of Horror: Complete Edition is a lot to take in all at once.
It is scary and fun, especialy initial episodes. Full game offers good story and puzzle, but faint ending.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
We take a look at and review Song of Horror, the 5-episode game from Protocol Games just released its final episode, making the complete edition available.
When judged simply on how successful it is in providing a horror game as rich in atmosphere as it is in enjoyable inventory-based and traditional puzzles, the game effortlessly scores high marks.
Song of Horror is a narrative driven horror survival in the traditional sense that will scare players in all the right ways.
It is a good horror game that recovers the psychological part without sacrificing jump scares. As a lover of the genre, it has been nice to be scared again being scared. If you are a masochist like me, you enjoy suffering from fear in your flesh, Song of Horror is a good option for your game catalog. If you don't like slow games, living in fear and solving puzzles, look for another genre, my friend.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Some may be critical of this element of the game, but honestly, that constant looming threat adds a lot to the narrative.