FNAF 5 – Welcome to Circus Baby’s Pizza World.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location is a survival horror game and the fifth installment in the Five Nights at Freddy’s series made by Scott Cawthon. The player character, named Eggs Benedict, is a new employee of Circus Baby’s Pizza World, an underground pizzeria owned by Afton Robotics, LLC featuring animatronics for children, access of which is available through an elevator. Eggs is instructed by a voice-over of an automated instruction unit to watch and turn on the animatronics by electrifying them so they may be used during the day. However, he is also guided by the voice of Circus Baby, one of the animatronics, who gives instructions sometimes contradictory to that of the manager’s that allow Eggs to survive the nights from the hostile animatronics. Barring a secret level, Sister Location does away with the survival aspect of previous games. While previous games have the player monitor and keep the animatronics from reaching the player, who remains at a stationary position, through five increasingly-difficult nights, the player instead has to fulfill a series of objectives, which differs depending on the night played.
|Release Date: 7 October, 2016|
Developer: Scott Cawthon
Publisher: Scott Cawthon
Genre: Adventure, Horror, Indie
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10 64
- AMAZING GRAPHICS and TEXTURES.
- TERRIFYINGLY, UNEXPECTED, BURSTING JUMPSCARES!
- Unique gameplay mechanics.
- Awesome modeling.
- Voice acting, and funny moments
- Incredible environment.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location Trailer
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location Review:
FNAF 5 is a definite improvement over the last 4 Five Nights at Freddy’s. It features cut scenes, voice acting, free roam, a bunch of new interesting mechanics, incredibly creepy atmosphere, but still some funny moments too. It has more than one voice actor which is good for creating variation in the game. The level of detail and tone really gives you feeling that hasn't been seen before in this series. In past games you had to stay in one place as the danger came to you and that is still there but now you have to go into the danger as well, adding that fear of the unknown. This is exactly what the FNaF series needed.