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Song of Horror - Episode 5

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General Information

Available on:PCMay 28, 2020

Developer: Protocol Games

Publisher: 🚀 Raiser Games

Genre: Adventure

THE SONG HEADS TO ITS CLOSURE It all comes together in this final episode. The horrors you witnessed. The answers you needed. The characters that you lost, and those who survived. And The Presence, now fully unleashed, connecting them all. The mental hospital Jeremy Hartwood holds your last chance to get rid of the cursed song. Build a bridge into the past to change the dooming future that awaits you, unraveling the origins of the eldritch entity that won’t let you go. WHAT’S NEW IN THE FINAL EPISODE? The former patients of Jeremy Hartwood now haunt its eerie hallways, enthralled by The Presence's pull. Dive into the mind of the only person that listened to the song and survived to live another day through the unsettling memories of her doctor. Lidia properly joins the adventure! She is Daniel’s guardian angel and responsible for helping him overcome his alcoholism. Her selfless drive pushes her to help Daniel once again, this time with a different kind of problem. Witness the conclusion of your favorite characters and greet unexpected guests from the past. Their survival depends on your final actions in the story. A bone-chilling epilogue that changes everything. Song of Horror's last verse holds the final key to the story. How and why are The Presence and The Song connected? Will The Presence prevail over your characters?

Song of Horror - Episode 5 Reviews


7 / 10

Song of Horror - Episode 5: The Horror and the Song is a good ending to the story, which as a whole game looks great. But I expected something more from this episode than all the same annoying mechanics with QTE in the closet, same monsters and traps, and an ending in the style of horror movies from the '90s. However, against the background of other indie developments in this genre, the creation from Protocol Games looks like a small masterpiece.

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Song of Horror reaches its final episode with plenty of impressive chills, but an ending that feels a little bit more rushed than to be desired.

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