A group of friends are searching for their missing friend. Everyone thinks he's locked in the creepy Neighbor's basement. The only logical thing to do is to break into the neighbor's house and into his basement.
Only problem is one of the intruders is the Neighbor in disguise. As theA group of friends are searching for their missing friend. Everyone thinks he's locked in the creepy Neighbor's basement. The only logical thing to do is to break into the neighbor's house and into his basement.
Only problem is one of the intruders is the Neighbor in disguise.
As the Neighbor, you choose from several classes and use everything in your power to prevent intruders from succeeding. Initially, you are in disguise, and it's up to you to gain trust of other players to lure them away form the group and have them go missing.… Expand
Oct 12, 2021Secret Neighbor doesn't do a good job at being an asymmetrical multiplayer that kids can play. At least the Switch version looks incomplete, and to make matters worse, the game is heavily unbalanced and the maps feel repetitive. Not being able to play with friends is only another reason to at least wait until the game is more complete.
Aug 29, 2021Secret Neighbor is, in theory, a meaningful and intriguing spin-off from Hello Neighbor, introducing multiplayer elements that really should work quite well. In practice, however, the game suffers from poor controls, unremarkable environmental design, and quite frankly, its own player base. Matches turn into insufferable spectacles of chaos, and even when players commit to the game’s rules, it’s still completely unbalanced, favouring the incredibly powerful Neighbor each and every time. Even if you’re a fan of asymmetric multiplayer games, you're better off skipping this one.
Positive: 0 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
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Dec 17, 2021The creepy Neighbor is apparently back, yet again, to give off his weird vibes and entice people to plunk down some money to join in hisThe creepy Neighbor is apparently back, yet again, to give off his weird vibes and entice people to plunk down some money to join in his latest endeavor… in this case an asymmetric multiplayer experience with a group of kids trying to best him. In theory this can sound like a good time, but, as has usually been the case with this series, in execution it’s a hot mess. The fact that it is a dedicated multiplayer game is the first red flag, as even popular indie titles tend to struggle to maintain their communities, making the sell-by date on this title any time now in all likelihood. But what about the quality of the experience? Does it make a case to keep people playing? In a word: No. Consistent with the entire series it has a problem of having a cool and unique look but offering very little to pair with it in terms of depth, quality of play, and general coherence, but enlisting some random people to try to somehow work together in some way with as well? It doesn’t end well, and it doesn’t feel like it was balanced or thought through sufficiently to have made that a possibility either.