Soundtrack Review: Hektor

Hektor is a first-person psychological horror game where you enter a world that changes as you go along. Suddenly there’s a corridor there, next you know there’s a door. You need to uncover the mystery by finding clues and piece them all together. You play a former patient to HEKTOR, a now defunct, covert research facility buried deep beneath Northern Greenland. You are somehow forgotten there and after years of torture, your mind has almost gone and you need to find a way out of the darkness. The game looks really scary based on the trailers, although it has gotten mixed reviews, and the game is quite short. I am too scared to play games like this, and can barely stomach a scary score, but the music for this should be interesting. The score is composed by Shaun Chasin.

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