Five Nights at Freddy’s Review

Five Nights at Freddy's Title Screen
Five Nights at Freddy's
  • OCmodshop Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
  • Excellent

Review Summary:

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.

During the first night, you listen to an answering machine message from the guy who had the job before you.  He reads a lame welcome message from the company, then lets you in on the fact that the animatronic animals are all rigged with free-roaming servos.

The room that you are based out of is fairly bare, aside from two heavy doors that close on either side of you with the push of a button and a light to check your blind spots on the cameras.  The thing is, you are limited on power, and it runs out quick, as I found out on the first night.  It’s freaky, watching them on the cameras when they are standing still.  But when you switch to a camera and see one missing, or see a figure standing off to one side where nothing was before, it gets a little real.  I’m telling you, the first time one appeared in front of the camera, all smiles, a blind person could have read the goose bumps on my arms like braille.

Dining Area Creepy Dog Through Video Camera

Getting through that first night isn’t hard, but it’s enough to keep you on the edge of your seat.  And I felt a rush of relief when 6am hit and I was still alive.  And then I remembered I still had four days to go.  Four days of watching the cameras, trying to conserve power, listening to messages left on the answering machine while insane robotic animals appeared in different places, getting closer and closer to my doors, and all the while I’m hoping the power holds out.

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