Five Nights at Freddys 3 completes one of the fastest-developed trilogies Ive played. Like its months-old brothers, its stage feels primeval compared to the complexity of other games: a room, a desk, a glowing surveillance monitor, a softly buzzing fan, and a thing creeping in the darkness. Its a familiar skeleton fleshed out with something noticeablyand refreshinglydifferent. In the end, I was scared as hell.
Yes, FNAF 3 has jump scares. A lot of them. As before, I risked cardiac seizure in a cramped security room as the night watch from midnight until 6 am, but my employer wasnt a struggling pizzeria like last time. I instead guarded a horror house attraction pieced together by enthusiasts of the Fazbear legacy whove scrounged props and memorabilia from the shuttered original restaurants.
Developer: Scott Cawthon
Publisher: Scott Cawthon
Release Date: 2 Mar, 2015
Genre: Horror, Survival, Strategy, Point Click, Action, Simulation
- OS: XP,Vista,Windows 7, Windows 8
- Processor: 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon or equivalent
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1 GB
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 250 MB available space