Five Nights at Freddy’s 5: Sister Location Review

Due to the massive success, and, even more so, the unfortunate craziness of Five Nights at Freddy’s, it was clear that the stage was set (no pun intended) for another contender in game player’s torture. Unlike most entertainment venues, our robotic entertainers are rented out to scare you, and it’s your job to get yourself killed by new human-like robots by the morning.

So, here we are. The fifth game that is like no other, with many changes.

We are in another entertainment franchise known as Circus Baby’s Pizza World which has now become a storage facility. We are hired as a technician for this world. We have to move around to check on the animatronics and survive about five nights as usual. In terms of the narrative and where it fits in the Five Night’s at Freddy’s timeline just watch Matpat. He has the story about the FNAF series covered.

This game came as a bit of a surprise as I had not expected it to appear. I only discovered it when Markiplier and upoloaded his first video on the series and I quickly bought it and played the game. It was interesting and unique because the game now allowed you to move between locations, it was a great feature and I liked the art style of the game. IT terrified me and I love the scare factor in this game. The voices brought chills to my spine and the movement of the animatronics absolutely haunted me. Especially the moment when you try to go to a control room and see Ballora spin past. Circus Baby is my favourite animatronic so far because her design is just inviting and mystifying.

I finished the game with a lot of sweat and let Markiplier go through the custom nights. The game had more lore and it was just great to get an even deeper understanding to the game. The sounds helped to heighten my experiene of the game and the Circus Baby mini game was a great game to play. I hope that the next game is just as good as this.

Overall, I recommend the game because it is a truly unique experience. It is much more interactive. It is funny, charming and downright spooky and it is crucial to play this game. Now I better barricade myself to avoid having my innards scooped by a creepy animatronic known as Ennard.


Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Review

One, two, Freddy’s coming for you.

Three, four, Better shut the door

Five, six, look out for breathing.

Seven, eight, Gotta wait till six.

Nine, ten, you are dead….

I never realised that there were so many similarities between Freddy Krueger and Five Nights at Freddy’s:

  • There are murderers that go after children
  • The murderers come back to life to kill people
  • There are five accidents
  • Sharp nail-like knives
  • Uglyness
  • Humour
  • Creepy sounds

If they reveal Freddy Krueger underneath Freddy Fazbear, then I will delete my life. So people I will be talking about the fourth game in the Five Night’s at Freddy’s series: FNAF 4. The game that changes from it’s predecessors in lore, design and gameplay.

Where are we this time, I hear you ask? We are in a house in the middle of nowhere. Why has Scott Cawthorn done that? To be honest, I believe it is due to the lore. It links somehow I mean, If you watch Matpat’s latest theory on the story about the FNAF series then you’ll understand how the fourth game is linked. This game was meant to be the final chapter but we all know that’s not the case. In this game we are a child that has to survive seven – eight nights from our nightmares. New designs of the animatronics have been made and I have to say they are amazing. My favourite designs are the Halloween updates which just astound me.

The trailer for this screamed to me Nightmare on Elm Street and FNAF 4 payed great homage to the beloved Wes Craven film series. Playing this game was great fun. I didn’t feel a compulsive need to play for the finishing of the story and I once again worked hard to finish the game with help from Markiplier’s video tutorials and I was satisfied. Although this game was ‘The Final Chapter’, it was a great game that entertained you throughout. The mini games were amazing and saddening. This is my favourite FNAF game of all time, I honestly cannot wait for the sixth game.

I recommend this game the most because it is a unique experience. The art style is amazing and you truly envision yourself being a child who is eventually bit by one of the monsters and you witness purple guy getting into a spring trap suit. The mini games are great. Seriously play this game on PC and don’t worry so much about the lore of this game.

Night Trap Review

NIGHT TRAP! Do do do do do do THIS POST WILL FIND YOU! NIGHT TRAP! Do do do do do do WATCH OUT BEHIND YOU! NIGHT TRAP! Do do do do do do YOU’LL HAVE THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE! This time we are going to be reviewing the twenty-five year old re-released game: Night Trap. The controversial game of the 90s was re-released on the PC for a twenty-fifth anniversary.

You, the player are a member of S.C.A.T (Sega Control Attack Team). Your job is to ensure the safety of five girls with a secret undercover agent Kelly (Dana Plato) as well as trapping Augers. Augers are vampiric zombies that are working with the Martin family that are becoming vampires themselves. We are given the role to control the traps and cameras to ensure there are not too many Augers as well as  no death.

I had no idea about the game until JackSepticEye had played the game. He mentioned that the Game Grumps had played the game. After watching the game, I decided to play the game to see what the fuss was about the game. I regret playing the game because it is impossible to keep track of Augers, plot and colour code changes. I must have played the game without a playthrough for at least six times and each time I just grew more frustrated with the game and then I had my friend help me go through a walk through but we could not finish it … even with a walkthrough.

Whoever you are and you beat the game … I hope you’re proud of yourself because hats off to you dealing with the frustration. The gameplay is simple as you have to switch between cameras and click the screen/press a button which triggers the traps to set off and trap the Augers and the story is simple as well yet without the real time motion, I had no idea what I was doing. The real time motion allowed you to see what was going on, on other screens when you’re in one part of the screen. What is even more annoying that the game play is only twenty minutes. A lot is happening in twenty minutes which leaves you irritated.

When I read the backstory of the game, in order to find out that the game was part of the reason why the ESRB was launched. The ESRB is the Entertainment Software Rating Board that provides ratings on which games are suitable for audiences. Night Trap was considered disgusting and method to exert violence against women. The game is unbelievably tame and honestly it is impressive for being slightly ahead of its time. The music was my favourite bit because it got you feeling things which is what games are about.

Do I recommend this game? Unless you like to pull your hair out of head. It has cringe humour and if you are amazing at multi-tasking then go ahead and play the game. I challenge you to play it without a walkthrough.

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 Review

Third time lucky and we will get through to the very last Five Nights at Freddy’s game. So are you settled? Have you stepped inside a spring suit to listen to my opinion of the third FNAF game.

How many times have they refurbished the pizzeria, I hear you ask? Well we are not in a pizzeria this time. In fact we are a security guard in a horror-themed attraction called Fazbear’s Fright. The attraction was built due to the mystery of the murders surrounding the restaurant. We have to try survive five nights from a rabbit-like animatronic known as Springtrap. The lore gets interesting by the minute.

When I first saw the teaser for this game, I was excited. Springtrap was a terrifying great addition to the game and I love the way he was designed. It was intricate and detailed. When he jumps at you to scare you, you can see each and every detail. By the way! The jump scare moves. I mean the other jumpscares moved too but it was like a .GIF. This version however had Springtrap really get in your face. It was well designed.

The gameplay was certainly unique and slightly easier. I got through the first three nights very easy. I decided to work hard and go through the entire game. It took ages to finish it but it was worth it. At first I got the bad ending but after difficulty, suffrage and cheating I managed to get the good ending and extra bits footage. The game was different to the other FNAF games and liked the artistic style behind it.

I would definitely recommend playing the game which is available and better to play on PC. This third game is quite a contrast and it seriously adds a new dimension and lore to the saga that is Five Nights at Freddy’s.

Dream Daddy Review

Think of simulator game which does not involve dating dads? I’ll wait. In the meantime I’ll talk to you about the new game: Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator and hopefully I do not make any awful dad-like puns (It’ll be hard to ignore).

This game is made with the YouTube channel Game Grumps and essentially you play as a Dad. You move to the town of Maple Bay with your daughter Amanda. All the hot dateable Dads live in your neighbourhood and you have to see which Dad is perfect for you. There are seven dads and you have to go on two dates with the third date being a final choice of who is your Dream Dad:

What was great about the game was the character design because it was so intricately designed and universal. They were different sizes, skins and it did not make these Dads an object but actual normal people. To further go on the characters stay true to the persona they have been given and definitely look like the role they have been given. The characters have also been given their own flaws which makes it easier for audiences to relate and sympathise with and that’s what I like about the game.

Dream Daddy has a continuously interesting plot throughout and I just could not step a moment away from the game as I fully invested myself in the story. The subplots drew me further into the game especially the plot with my in game daughter Amanda. Attempting to build the relationship with her and going through the hurdle of college (University in the UK) also tests you to see if you would be a good father. When I was playing the game, I had an amazing relationship with Amanda. I mean why would you want to have a horrible relationship with her and she is such a lovely character in the game. If I HAD to choose a favourite character it would be Craig, Robert, Mat, Hugo and Amanda.

In terms of dates, I could not decide who to choose because I fell in love with college
(university) buddy Craig and bad Dad Robert. I first chose Craig as my Dream Daddy and I cried tears of happiness. It was so perfect, romantic and I was just reminded of Brokeback Mountain. I then replayed the game and chose Robert to be my Dream Dad. I cried even harder because it was relatable and honest to me and I could not remember a game that had emotionally affected me.

Not only were the characters beautifully made, the theme song and merchandise were just amazing. I just wished I could by a Dream Daddy crop top but I don’t suit them. The theme song is everything the game is: dreamy and daddy, what more could one ask for? All in all the game is definitely worth playing and is available on PC. Congratulations to the Game Grumps for making the game everyone needed now if you’ll excuse me I have to go watch Brokeback Mountain and cry remembering how awesome the game is.

Friday the 13TH: The Game Review

Remember Dead by Daylight? The game where you trigger generators to escape. do you feel sad that it does not have the killer you want, Jason Voorhees? Fret not because now you can play the game with the world or your friends as you kill your friends in many ways as possible: Dead by Daylight Friday the 13th: The Game

The game can have up to eight people play with seven counselors and one Jason Voorhees. This is the best thing because more kills = more fun. You either work as a team or against each other to escape Camp Crystal lake. The game does not have plot for it focuses on being a past time for people. The only plot you’ll ever need is that you are a counselor that attempts to escape the clutches of Jason. If you really want to get specific then watch the movies. I thoroughly enjoy the game because it gave you the option to have ten different Jason looks:

My favourite Jason look is Savini, Retro and Part 2 Jason. These are a unique and terrifying contrast to the other Jasons. The retro one in particular would remind of Barney the Purple dinosaur. The game is easy to control and it is best played on PC because you can easily use the keyboard to move around. The graphics are okay, the game is slightly buggy because there is a lot going on and I honestly can’t tell if it is a good thing or a bad thing.

The soundtrack of the game is terrifying as you hear the music get louder when Jason is near, which never fails to give me a heart attack every time I am busy looking for things. Speaking of looking of things there are many ways to escape depending on what map you are on. There is the original Camp Crystal lake (small or large); Higgins Haven (Big or small) and Packanack (Lodge or small). All maps include two ways of escaping: Calling the police or escaping by two – three vehicles (vehicles depend as there is a four seater, two seater and a boat)

The game is fun to play because I get the opportunity to kill my friends, as well as seeing the different kind of kills that Jason is capable of. Overall the game is great to play and I would definitely recommend the game if you want to play with four or more of your friends. The game is accessible on most consoles and PC but it is much better to play on PC.

Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 Review

Remember when I did a review on the first Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF)? Well there were many sequels that came out, each unveiling new lore and characters to the successful indie games. Pay attention to when I release the third, fourth, fifth and potentially sixth installment to the games but first let’s review FNAF 2.

We play an overnight security guard, Jeremy Fitzgerald in a newly refurbished pizzeria. We have to defend ourselves from newly designed animatronics that want to stuff you in a suit and the old gang from the old pizzeria. A puppet, some mangled animatronic, a little boy with a balloon and a purple guy. According to the lore, this is set before the first game and after the first game. It’s complicated, believe me but The Game Theorists have it covered so check out how they explain the entire FNAF lore.

The second game is uniquely different. Doors were removed and already I was on high alert. My sense of security was removed. On top of that I had to keep winding the music box in order to keep one of the monsters away. The animatronics hit me right at the beginning and the level was definitely hard. The mask terrifies me even more because you catch a glimpse of the monster through the eye mask of the Freddy mask. I managed to get through the first night but struggled through the second. I only managed to the third because it was greatly difficult. I could not even finish the fourth night. The difficulty was raised highly. The soundtrack made my skin crawl and I definitely had more jumpscares than usual.

I watched Markiplier finish the game since he is the best player at Five Nights at Freddy’s. I got to a mini game where I followed the puppet only for it to have cut me off and back to the menu screen. The game gets more terrifying and I liked the game because it introduced me to more characters and a bigger realm of lore although it was really difficult, I enjoyed playing this game and like the change it brought.