Posts Tagged ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’

Five Nights At Freddy’s: Sister Location Gets First Trailer

I have the cold today which means I’m irritable and sniffly and struggling with the Monday morning blues more than usual. Perhaps the first trailer for animatronic scare fest Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location [official site] that snuck out of the shadows over the weekend can scare the sickness out of me?

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Sister Location Is Probably Five Nights At Freddy’s 5

Well, despite creator Scott Cawthon’s suggestion that Five Nights At Freddy’s 4 would be “the final chapter” of the juggernaut of jump scares, it seems things are going on. A new game is being teased on his website. The title, written across a robotic toy face, appears to be Sister Location, and that’s joined by the tagline, “There was never just one.” A spin-off? That’s the implication, certainly, unless this is simply FNAF5.

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Five Nights At Freddy’s World Re-Released For Free

FNaF World [official site], the RPG spin-off from animatronic scare ‘em up Five Nights at Freddy’s, has returned and is now free. Creator Scott Cawthon released it in January, a month earlier than he’d previously planned, and some responses to the game made him rethink that. Really rethink that. He pulled the game from sale, decided to refund the $10 of everyone who bought it, and said he’d work to improve it before re-releasing it for free. Which he now has. That’s fondness for one’s players. Happy almost-Valentine’s-Day!

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FNaF World Pulled From Sale, Will Return Free

Five Nights at Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon has pulled his newly-released RPG spin-off FNaF World [official site] from sale and plans to refund all buyers, then re-release the game later for free. He’s unhappy with its reception, he says, and wants to do better. He had released it a month earlier than planned and, apparently, that hasn’t quite worked out.

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Boo! Five Nights At Freddy’s World Jumps Out Early

Five Nights at Freddy’s World [official site] may be taking the animatronic cast of the smash-hit jumpscare ‘em up into a retro-style JRPG, but creator Scott Cawthon still likes to throw a surprise a two out. For example, BOO! It’s out right now!

FNaF World was due on February 19th but it’s out a month early, right here right now right up in your face please could you step back I don’t want to ruin your beautiful smile but I will tear your teeth clean out and set them in rings.

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Spooky Teddy JRPG Spin-Off FNaF World Out Soon

I have never played a Five Nights at Freddy’s [official site] game. This is nothing to do with loathing the art style or having no patience for jump-scares, and everything to do with an ancient prophecy that states the entire population of the world will spontaneously sprout weeping facial sores should a 5’6″, quarter-Jewish man born in Upton Snodsbury, Worcestershire ever play a game about a scary teddy bear. I’m doing this for you, you understand. As such I will never know if the impending series finale/JRPG spin-off Five Nights At Freddy’s World, is a fitting conclusion to these tales on animatronic horror. I can, however, tell you why it’s not out yet, and when it will be.

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Five Nights At Freddy’s World Is An RPG, Is Real

Five Nights at Freddy’s [official site] creator Scott Cawthon has confirmed that while there won’t be a fifth game in the main series – “the story is complete” – there will be another FNAF game soon. It’s an RPG:

“The new game that I’m working on will be called FNAF World. It will not be a horror game, but a role playing game where you create a party using the huge selection of characters from the FNaF games, including the classic, withered, toy, phantom, and nightmare versions.”

Cawthon had planned to release a demo in time for Halloween but the game’s “significantly larger” scope means that won’t be possible. There will be a demo, however, as soon as possible.

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