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I'm probably the only one who thinks that FNAF is shit.
I think the series is finished 1 was scary as hell but now its just like a cod same game same every time
Didn't the first one come out like 3 months ago? This thing is so overrated...Rize, this thing seems like someone half-assedly tried to make a joke game out of a joke creepypasta (Like the ones found at creepypasta wiki).
I think the series is finished 1 was scary as hell but now its just like a cod same game,every time
I don't think that's accurate.The first game was very different from the second. The second relied less on atmosphere, and more on just being active and tense with constant jumpscares, which made it less impressive (in my opinion).The first was more simplistic gameplay-wise, but relied more on the atmosphere. Of course, it had the jumpscares, too... but I feel they were better implemented because they were less expected.Thankfully, the third looks more like the original.Also, how can you say it's like CoD, when there's been only two games? Sure, there's been a lot of rip-offs, but this is only the 3rd game, as opposed to the billion CoD titles.Don't blame the genuine article for a copy (and a lot of the fan-made spinoffs and such are really awful).That being said, I do think it should come to an end soon.
I never said Fnaf and CoD were the same. Or at least in the same boat* I was saying in general, that I hope the 3rd game isn't a disappointment. So far none of the games have been a appointment's In my opinion, but I also brought in CoD because a lot of people think FnaF is bad when they spend hours upon hours playing CoD. ESPECIALLY Ghosts. Ghosts was one of the most over-hyped and disappointing games I've ever seen in my life.Also, I kind of quietly related two of my posts in a way. As many of you may know, CoD is a very loved series by many fans. However, what i'm hoping is that FnaF doesn't go down the same path because I liked the game at first because of its originality and story. In the old days, hell even ET was considered original. If CoD was considered original, and it's loved to hell, then the same can end up with Fnaf. It'll die off soon. Just like Dota 2, LoL, and the rest of the highly popular games. They will ALL die.Short summary: Don't let Five Night's at Freddy's be loved that much.
Nia wasn't responding to you. He was replying to what Barduck said
Not exactly. The CoD part was on my behalf.Plus, my point was solid anyway. Even if it wasn't towards me, I gave a solid point. It wasn't exactly centered on anyone.
What he said.For the record, I actually was disappointed by FNAF2. While I enjoyed the lore that was added to it, the game itself lacked the tension the original had.It's actually the idea that FNAF2 forgot it was a horror game and that hurt it, rather than any similarity to the first game.And as I said, I do want the series to end before it wears itself out.
Honestly I don't get why FNAF is good, like any of them. Jumpscares are cheap. Lazy spooks. What makes FNAF so special? If lets say, Silent Hill Shattered Memories were just full of jumpscares and loud sounds when said jumpscare happened, it would be beaten to death. Lots of people would criticize the game for cheap jumpscares. Yet FNAF has ONLY jumpscares. And I only see the series as a milked one. 3 games within a year? And I bet FNAF 4 is going to be announced soon after the release of 3.I want to know what makes this story scary? The story I hear is only fan theories. Nothing actually confirmed. I mean everyone has their own theory on the story, but its just a theory (A GAM THERY TANKS 4 WATCHING). I'm seeing people say stuff like "SPOOKIEST STORY IN GAMIN HISTRE". Can someone explain why its "good"?
It's good because Markiplier plays it, we all wanna be like Mark.
Fixed that for you.
Honestly, I enjoy the series
Oh c'mon, Nia. The first one didn't look like it had any effort put into it either. You can't really defend this series. It's popular for the sole purpose of people wanting to join the bandwagon and act like they're witnessing an epic indie franchise in progress. It was hyped because of youtubers initially, and then the rock started rolling downhill.It didn't have any story at all and, and the story was "dun worri, animatronics naughtyword to lief at nite".Another franchise inspired by Slender, and when the owner saw the kids caught the bait, he's started to milk it as long as it lasts. The "atmosphere" that you talk of is only the one set by static imagery and literal darkness.
Also, how is FNAF anything like Slender? They're two totally different styles of game, despite both being horror.
Didn't mean as in gameplay. More like an overnight indie horror sensation that was praised, again, because of people jumping the bandwagon.