Hello Neighbor for PC

Hello Neighbor (PC)

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Synopsis

Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game about sneaking into your neighbor's house to figure out what horrible secrets he's hiding in the basement. You play against an advanced AI that learns from your every move. Really enjoying climbing through that backyard window? Expect a bear trap there. Sneaking through the front door? There'll be cameras there soon. Trying to escape? The Neighbor will find a shortcut and catch you.

System requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 and up
  • Processor: i5 and up
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 770 and up
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo. Play with good stereo.
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Critic Reviews

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Game Skinny

7.00

While the controls are still iffy, this stealth survival game has seen the world and puzzles polished to a very satisfying shine!

Ty Arthur Dec 08, 2017

IGN

4.10

Hello Neighbor is a frustrating slog through a gauntlet of illogical puzzles that rely on persistence and thoroughness far more than cleverness, observation, or ingenuity. The stealth is hit-or-miss, alternating between feeling too punishing and borderline irrelevant from act to act.

T.J. Hafer Dec 11, 2017

Game Informer

3.75

Hello Neighbor is unpolished to the point that it feels unfinished. The overpowered enemy A.I. makes the gameplay miserable; models and animations are stiff, and physics critical to completing puzzles are so woefully uncalibrated that much of the game feels like you’re stacking boxes and hoping for the best. The game falls so short of its genre companions that it’s hard to recommend it to anyone, in spite of its beautiful aesthetic. Hello Neighbor simply isn’t fun or compelling even when it’s working.

Javy Gwaltney Dec 12, 2017

GameSpot

3.00

Hello Neighbor is a game you persevere in due to sheer luck rather than any sort of actual skill, foresight, or cleverness. There's no catharsis, insight, or revelations waiting at the end of the ordeal, just a sort of uneasy malaise over what the images and environments near the end are meant to represent. As such, a simple, appealing concept is rendered inert. There's a wonderful game to be mined out of what Hello Neighbor wants to be, but there's nothing to be gained from experiencing what it currently is.

Justin Clark Dec 21, 2017

PC Gamer

3.80

Once it's gone you can never quite get it back, and when you realise that getting caught doesn't matter that atmosphere of fear will never really return. A sufficiently enthused YouTuber might be able to summon it back for the benefit of their audience, but for the regular player Hello Neighbor doesn't earn that kind of investment.

Chris Thursten Dec 20, 2017

Game Reactor

5.00

The majority of puzzles are fiddly and unclear in the game, although we can't criticise it for the latter. Those who love a good brain teaser will enjoy working out where to go and what to do, especially since there are those classic moments where you see something you need behind a gate and then have to work out how to get to it.

Sam Bishop Dec 12, 2017

Cubed3

3.00

An interesting premise, a striking visual style, and a mysterious game world that's bound to keep the gaming community pondering on what's going on in here, Hello Neighbor had the potential to be an iconic classic. Instead, the final release is nothing more than an overpriced, clunky, and incomplete mess of an experience. It's a shame, really.

Ofisil Jan 29, 2018

MeriStation

5.00

Son muchos los jugadores que esperaban con ansias la versión final de Hello Neighbor, en gran parte por la expectación generada tras tantos meses de constantes gameplays en la más famosa plataforma de vídeos del momento. Y el resultado es decepcionante en su versión de lanzamiento, con físicas poco elaboradas, imprecisas e incluso desesperantes ‒¿de verdad tenemos que repetir varias veces una acción tan sencilla como colocar cierto objeto esférico sobre un estante?‒, además de una IA por parte de nuestro antagonista que, lejos de evolucionar y adaptarse a cada situación, convierte al título en un mero juego del ratón y el gato.

Cristian Ciuraneta Dec 17, 2017

Vandal

4.00

Este videojuego deja muy claro que un desarrollador no puede dejarse llevar por el éxito inicial del acceso anticipado y sustentar su propuesta únicamente en una serie de mecánicas interesantes, olvidándose por el camino de crear una estructura coherente y una experiencia atractiva. Crear un videojuego es un ejercicio constante de diseño, refinamiento y testeo en el que debe haber una evolución evidente desde unos bocetos iniciales muy sencillos, hasta un conjunto final bien estructurado y con sentido, algo que definitivamente no se ha producido en Hello Neighbor.

Alfonso Arribas Dec 17, 2017

GameStar.de

4.90

Das geringe Maß an Spielerführung in Hello Neighbor stört mich an sich gar nicht. Ich hätte große Lust darauf, mir alles selbst zu erschließen und durch Herumexperimentieren alternative Lösungen zu finden. Allerdings gibt es zu viel, was mir die Lust darauf vergällt.

Benjamin Braun Dec 15, 2017

Multiplayer.it

5.00

Hello Neighbor si basa su un'idea interessante, e propone personaggi e un mondo di gioco molto originali, così come è originale il suo stile. Il problema è che il gioco in sé non funziona quasi mai: la progressione è casuale e frustrante, si va avanti provandole un po' tutte finchè qualcosa non funziona. Gli enigmi hanno una logica tutta loro, incomprensibile.

Simone Pettine Dec 24, 2017

GRYOnline.pl

3.00

Jestem dużym fanem skradanek. Nie byłem dotąd natomiast fanem oglądania na YouTube, jak inni grają, ale ten tytuł uświadomił mi, że w pewnym przypadkach jest to znacznie mniej bolesna forma obcowania z wirtualną rozrywką.

Czarny Wilk Dec 11, 2017