Neighborhorde is a local co-op survival action game developed and published by the great folks at Fermenter Games. It tells the story of you and your buddies after your mom tells you to stop playing video games and go outside! Unfortunately, it just so happens that a group of dastardly robots travel from another dimension to take over the city of Neighborville. So, step one is to call the police and military, right? No? What do you mean no? Are we supposed to fight them? With what? Toys…why would we use toys? Ok, I guess we’ll just have to trust you on that.
For the soundtrack and visuals of Neighborhorde, there is not much to say. The graphics are very blocky are remind me of random drawings you would see throughout the notebooks of high schoolers all over the country. They were cool and I found them very appealing, but nothing to write home about. I feel the same way about the soundtrack as it pairs well with the games old-school appeal. The jams were really nice to listen to during my time playing and I felt nostalgic 90s vibes going on.
*Note: A copy of this game was provided for the purpose of the review
+Awesome Party Game