Five Nights At Freddy’s lives up to its reputation. I was scared, and had shivers run through my body each time something was different on one of the monitors. If you like horror games, this is one to try.
Five Nights At Freddy’s promises more than great graphics and an okay story, it promises a chill up your spine, if you believe the hype. I haven’t had a good scare from a game since F.E.A.R. dropped back in 2006. With any luck, that will have changed by the end of this review.
First off, I’ll let you know what hardware I’m running this creepy game on:
I can tell you, the power of my rig is gross overkill for this game. The minimum specs for the game are:
The game starts with a freaky start screen featuring static-rolling footage of an animatronic bear’s face. The gist of the game is that you are hired to monitor the security cameras during the night to make sure nothing happens to the restaurant, which is called Freddy’s. It’s a lot like Chuck E. Cheese, which I assume is just as frigging creepy at night. And after playing this game, I feel sorry for the people who have to work nights in a place like this. I know a lot of them are teens who will probably play this game.