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Five Nights at Freddy's

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Release Date: 2014-08-24


Five Nights at Freddy's Review:

Overview Five Nights at Freddy's is synonymous with survival horror fans worldwide. Not only that, but the terror-inducing title has earnt cult-status from the gaming community worldwide ever since its initial launch for Microsoft Windows back on August 8th, 2014. Shortly after, due to decent commercial success, Five Nights at Freddy's released on iOS and Android. To cap it all off, late last year, Five Nights at Freddy's finally came to console for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. So, there's no doubting its unwavering public appeal. Today, we look at why Five Nights at Freddy's remains such a popular game across platforms. Sit tight. I only hope you don't scare too easily. Gameplay At its core, and stripped down to its constituent parts, Five Nights at Freddy's is a survival horror game, that makes clever use of the point-and-click mechanic. Most notably implemented in old-school adventure games. The premise is a primitive one. As a security guard of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza place, the objective is to last the entire shift running from midnight until 6 AM. Sounds simple enough, right? Wrong. Of course, on Mobile and Tablet editions, the timer only lasts four minutes and thirty seconds. So considerably shorter than the PC version. Typically, as is the case with most survival horrors, you're not alone on your duties. Also occupying the pizzeria are five creepy animatronic animals, who gradually home in on your position. From the confounds of a pokey office, the player must monitor the movements of each animated puppet via a security feed. As you might well imagine, this leads to a heightened sense of suspense as you incrementally witness each foe get closer and closer. Not only that but with a lack of means to defend yourself, a strong sense of helplessness slowly starts to sink in, eating away at the soul. The only option at the player's disposal is to conserve electrical power. Thus, enabling them to close each side door for self-defense. Or, instead, use lighting to check the hallways for oncoming animatronics. Once the power runs out, the fright-fest truly begins. After a random length of time, Freddy appears at the doorway. At this point, the lights suddenly go out. From then on, the player will have to endure a jitter-inducing jump scare, resulting in a game over. The best part is, you never know when it's coming! Very creepy stuff, indeed. On that rather ominous tone, be sure to have a fresh batch of undies handy. Visuals In truth, Five Nights at Freddy's premise is the star-attraction. With that in mind, visuals don't come into play. Even so, the graphics are competent enough across PC, console, and handheld platforms. Crucially though, the jump scare animations are realistic and robust enough to generate scares. Time and time again. After a while, though, the novelty does start to wear a little thin. But despite that, the animatronic animals are all incredibly creepy. Meanwhile, tracking their whereabouts via a distorted image is especially scary. All in all, Five Nights at Freddy's is a must-play for firm fans of horror. Controls Thanks to its elemental point and click premise, Five Nights at Freddy's is simple to play. As a result, this issues a smooth and streamlined experience. But although the concept is basic by design, that doesn't detract from its overall effectiveness. Not even in the slightest. In truth, the simple control scheme makes the game more accessible to a broader player base. That is, should you have the stomach for it.



All in all, the widespread success of Five Nights at Freddy's is more down to its originality, conceptually than anything else. Even so, as an indie title reliant on both atmosphere and building tension, it's an unmissable game for fans of the horror genre. In every sense, this is a true cult classic. Give a try, if you dare.

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Alexander Noel

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