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    Songs of Horror officially out for consoles now – not on Asia store yet

    Spanish game developer Protocol Games has finally launched its acclaimed title, Songs of Horror on console platforms. The game was supposed to be launched late last year. However, it had an unexpected delay, and finally, it is here.

    The game seemingly took quite some inspiration from classic horror games such as Resident Evil and Silent Hill with its fixed camera views. Nonetheless, the game emphasis solving puzzles with some backtracking elements much like the aforementioned titles. While you explore, you will be hunted down by an entity known as The Presence. There will be no weapons to fend yourself so acting fast and knowing what to do next is key.

    The game features an episodic format that puts you in the shoes of many characters in each episode. Another seemingly feature it also adds is permanent death. Each character you play will be lost forever.

    Songs of Horror is now available on both PS4 and Xbox One. However, it is only available in the US and EU stores. There is no word yet when the game will be getting its release on the Asia region stores.


    Shayn has been playing games of all kinds to the point he has no favorites. He just plays all and studies all. An unorthodox gamer cum barista -- or was it the other way around. Loves coffee and games with equal passion. He always needs his cup of Joe before hitting the start button of every game he plays. In addition, he considers Dark Souls the epitome of epic gaming proportions in terms delivering epic moment while making gamers feel like they are just tiny ants. He really needs his coffee fix.

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