After an hour of playing Ultimate Custom Night, I was nursing a throbbing headache. I had spent that time clicking through rooms, winding up music boxes, and taking on and off a Freddy Fazbear head, all while I braced myself for the imminent jump scares. Even after the ordeal I put myself through, I wanted to play…
Scott Cawthon is the creator of Five Nights at Freddy’s a series of horror games with a big cult following behind them. His latest game was expected to be the sixth main entry in the series, but now Cawthon says he’s canceled the project and turning to work on other things. Nobody believes him, of course.
Once a fandom gets big enough, it starts to develop a reputation. In the case of Five Nights at Freddy’s, the reputation isn’t necessarily a good one—and the creator of the series knows it.
Some of my favorite Five Nights at Freddy’s toys so far have been McFarlane’s series of buildable characters inspired by the series’ retro mini-games. Coming in March, series two lets fans explore one of the series’ most important, most tragic moments.
I went into Five Nights At Freddy’s: Sister Location feeling skeptical. The last FNAF game made some changes to the formula, but the whole shtick felt kind of worn. This time, however, developer Scott Cawthon has some new tricks up his sleeve.
Freddie’s Restaurant and Pizzeria in Long Branch, New Jersey has a serious Five Nights at Freddy’s problem.
If you’re looking to give a bunch of kids nightmares, how do you escalate beyond terrifying animatronic animals? Five Nights At Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon’s first trailer for Sister Location takes us to clown town.
Apparently evil is a franchise opportunity. Five Nights at Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon teases a FNAF spinoff called Sister Location on his website. Or maybe it’s a game about finding your sister. There she is.
Freddy Fazbear finds a home in the most unlikely of places, I tell you what.
Between all the jump scares and creepy animatronics, it’s pretty easy to miss some of the easter eggs and smaller details hiding in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4. But they are there, waiting to be noticed. Better yet, they might tell a pretty disturbing story about what’s ‘really’ happening inside of the game.
Following the game’s release date change earlier today, here’s the first trailer for Five Nights At Freddy’s 4, now due in August.
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of the Five Nights at Freddy hype train revving up once more. Here we go again!
This is messed up, man. Really messed up.
Since its release last night, I've been playing the latest Five Nights at Freddy's non-stop. Here's what I've gathered, ranging from how the game works, to the secrets players have found hidden within.