Five Nights at Freddy's 4
Five Nights at Freddy's 4 Review: Face The Danger
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 (FNAF) is the latest game in the series of the popular point-n-click horror games. The fourth part promises to reveal the story to the players to the end. FNAF 4 is a prequel to the first and third parts of games, and in this FNAF 4 review, we’ll take a closer look into the face of danger.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Gameplay: 5/5
The protagonist of Five Nights at Freddy's 4 is a child and he has to survive through five nights having only a flashlight. At first look, there’s nothing complicated at all. His room is quite cozy, but at night, there are strange sounds that make you constantly listen to. The atmosphere becomes more dangerous when you hear either the music, or, bells, or even strange stomp sounds. And all of these things are real danger predecessors.
Unlike the previous parts, no one will call you and explain the rules. You play in complete silence and listen attentively to what happens around you. In total there are several areas for interaction: two doors, a wardrobe and a bed (right behind your back). You can not move freely, but it is allowed to move the mouse to the edges of the screen to slightly scroll the picture. You’ll need to run up to the door and listen quietly. If someone breathes there, then you should immediately close the door and hold it for a while. But if you act recklessly and put a flashlight in the face of danger, you’ll be dead. But, another problem is if you wouldn’t use a flashlight in an empty corridor, enemies are more likely to attack you while you run back from the door to the bed.
There are plushy monsters waiting for you in the dark night: Foxy, Chick, Bonnie, Freddie, and several newbies. They look really creepy, and when you meet them you believe they are death itself.
Another feature of this part is a mini-game that helps to get a little odd. Some stages turn out to be very difficult, but if you master a mini-game, you’ll get a head start at 2 o'clock to the timer.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Graphics: 5/5
New 3D-models of plushy killers have matured. The toys now have huge mouths with teeth in several rows. They also no longer look like broken toys, but they remind you more of creatures sketched from the most terrible scamps of horror films (for some reason I immediately thought about the Pennywise from IT). The background also adds much to the scary atmosphere. The dark bedroom and long corridors being viewed from the first person make you afraid even if you expect screamers to appear.
Five Night at Freddy’s Sounds: 5/5
FNAF requires all your attention to its sounds. If you wouldn’t listen closely, you’ll be dead in the first seconds after launching the game. Listen to the steps and breathing of scary creatures, determine the direction of the threat and try to avoid the possible screamer.
FNAF4 uses only mouse controls. Point and click to survive the five scary nights. There are also ESC for quitting the game and F3 used for restart.
Replay Value: 5/5
This game is great for fans of screamers and horror movies. If you are not into the scary stories and don’t like to feel goosebumps on the back, then, of course, you won’t like it.
The game hasn’t lost its concept. We still have no breakthroughs in the gameplay and almost no changes in the visual part, which is good in its own way. However, it still makes your hair move, cause goosebumps, and what’s most important, it keeps you afraid for real.
Finally, our old fellow Scott completed a series of stories about scary killer toys. The game has new monsters, new mechanics, and in general a new scene. In this case, the game is still no breakthrough neither in the gameplay and the visual part. But that doesn't stop Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 from being a great game..
Pros : Simple but exciting gameplay;
Great sound effects.
Cons : Not recommended for vulnerable people;
Replay Value 5
Average : 5.0
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