Song of Horror offers a truly dynamic terror experience: its antagonist, the supernatural entity known only as The Presence, is controlled by an advanced AI (Artificial Intelligence) that adapts to your actions and decisions…
About The Game
Song of Horror, You may notice some of the negative reviews on this game seem to absolutely revile it, and view it as genuine garbage. The honest truth is, this game isnt for everyone. You have no way of defending yourself, and unlike most games, saving and reloading isnt a thing. You have a series of characters, and if one dies, you have to move onto the next one, OR restart if you’ve managed to lose everyone. The unforgiving nature of the game adds a lot to the tension, and its overall hitting me harder than any horror game I’ve ever played.
I’ve also seen a lot of comments about unfair deaths, even people that seem to have managed to lose all 4 of the episode 1 characters within the first couple hours. Honestly, just pay close attention to the environment, and the overall clues you are given. NEVER enter through a door without listening if it gives you the prompt. If you find these sorts of repeated actions tedious, then this game really isnt for you, and you should move on.
But if you enjoy slow paced, very atmospheric horror with a lot of subtle scares and a huge focus on audio, then you are in for a massive treat with this game, and I strongly recommend at least the first episode, as I haven’t yet tried the other episodes.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7, 8 or 10
Processor: Intel or AMD 64 bit, 2.6 GHz.
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 660 GTX, Radeon HD 7950 or similar
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 16 GB available space