I've not played Five Nights At Freddy's or its similarly horrorsome, animatronic sequel, but Adam came to appreciate its well-crafted tension and I do enjoy its commonly-used, lazy-sounding acronym. What's that game you're playing? "Fnaf," you say, and slip down your chair. What's that game that got a sequel just a few months after its first release at the tail end of 2014? "Fnaf," you say, head lolling to one side, tongue protruding, eyelids heavy.
What's the game that's now getting a second sequel? Yeah - fnaaaa-- Five Nights At Freddy's 3 is being made.
The sequel was first teased by an image on the Scott Games site with the words, "I am still here." The sequel's existence was later confirmed by an auto-response to emails to the developer, which stated it plain: "Five Nights at Freddy's 3 is in production! Please do not email me asking any questions about it; NO questions about FNaF3 will be read or answered!".
Which, alright, fair enough. Questions I will ask you, instead of emailing them to the developer: why isn't it called Seven Nights At Freddy's? Or Fifteen Nights At Freddy's? 102 Dalmations pioneered the world's greatest naming convention and it's a crime whenever it's not employed.
Thanks, PC Gamer.