Reviewed by Mina, prohibit reproduction without permission.
I am not going to lie and say that this is a game for the faint of heart. If you are someone who does not get scared easily, then this game might be too easy for you. This is a game that gives you nightmares so be careful with what type of games to play at night before bed. This game was created by Scott Cawthon and the first thing I would recommend doing when playing it the first time is to read through all of the instructions because they will help set up what happens in each round. The game starts off very slow but it gets better the more times you play through it. There are ten maps in this game totaling 40 nights of gameplay. The game will keep track of how many nights you have played through if that is your goal. I would recommend playing this game whenever possible because it is hilarious and not as scary as the first one.
The scare factor has been ramped up in this game. The graphics are more detailed and there are more chances to catch your breath. These features, combined with a better understanding of the player's needs, have made Five Nights at Freddy's 2 one of the most anticipated games for 2015. In this sequel, the player once again assumes the role of the night guard at a pizza place. The game is set in a mechanical amusement park and each day a new nightmare occurs. There are five animatronic characters in this series: Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie the Bunny, Foxy, Chica and a new one called Golden Freddy. These characters are perpetually locked away in the back rooms of their restaurant and if any of them try to come out onto the dining area all visitors run for safety. It is up to you to keep them inside as long as possible so that no one dies or gets hurt.
Several months ago, a new kid opened up at school named Freddy Fazbear, and he's the cutest thing ever! I just love him! Anyway, this game brings him back to life in full glory along with his friends (Like Bonnie and Chica). This game is a lot like the first one because you still have to watch over a place that is inhabited by animatronics. They're hoping to come out at night, but you're on guard for them and are there to prevent them from doing so at all costs. If they do come out of their spots, then they will try and make it into your office. The second game has two options on how you want to play the game. You can choose between playing it as if you were in the first series or if you want the harder version, which I would recommend playing because it's just more challenging and fun in my opinion. In the first mode, there is five animatronics that is roaming around in the pizzeria and make it into your office by knocking on the doors, as they do in the first game. You have to survive from 12 AM to 6 AM without being attacked or killed by these little fuzzy creatures. The best way that I found to do this is to play on a tablet or a phone because it's just easier for you to see the animatronics if they're coming at you. The second mode includes all of the same animatronic characters from Night 5 from the original game.
But, the best part of all is that this sequel is by far the scariest one yet. I can't stop playing and it's really scary but in a good way. It's scary enough where you think "What if this is real?" or "Oh no! What's going to happen next?" This game keeps you on your toes and constantly makes sure everything around you is okay. if you are someone who is looking for a challenge and scares in your games, then this one might just do it!