The Freddy Files (Five Nights At Freddy's) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-03 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 103 user ratings

" Good, but... nearly everything in this book reads like an episode of Game Theory, which I suspect inspired much of what is presented in these pages. Still, I like the recipes stuck in every so often, and the artwork is rad. It also doubles as a handy play-companion. " said.

" This book was a refreshing change of pace. Instead of obsessing over and delving way too deeply into the lore of these games, we can just take a step back and see everything that’s been accomplished over the past years.It also familiarizes people who are unaware of the franchise and helps them learn more about it, while also helping with the gameplay for those who may be stuck at certain parts.Very well-done; I really enjoyed it. " said.

" Such. A. Good. Book. Okay listen, it’s a guidebook but still it is amazing to read and a good addition to my other FNAF books collection (the actual stories). I definitely recommend taking a look at this book if you love the series. You don’t have to use it as a guide through if you don’t want to. I personally just bought it to read it and look at its total beauty. There is so much to offer in here; tips, secrets, theories, inside views, and tons more! " said.

" I've been following these games and the Youtube walk-throughs religiously. I was so please that this book was published. It answered some questions for me, confirmed some theories, and brought to light some things that I had missed in the games. I love the combination of game play strategies and plot coverage. I'm excited to read the next book by Scott and I can't wait to see what he'll come up with next! " said.

"This is a book about the games and going through the nights. Which is cool, but I'd rather have analysis on the lore. (I always want lore). It needs expanding. The books only get a few pages. FNAF world isn't mentioned. I was thinking this was about FNAF as a whole, not a play guide to the games, so I was a little disappointed. But it's okay.
A great game guide. The illustrations are awesome, so definitely check it out!
I just wanted more focus on the plot across the franchise. (Then again, that's what Game Theory is for.) So take my review with a grain of salt.
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"This book was an interesting take on a walk through as it not only provides a lot of tips for beating the series of games from Five Nights 1 thru Sister location but also helps explain the plot of each game. Another interesting thing it does discuss a lot of the theories that the fans have made about the series but it does not attempt to answer the question of whether or not the theories are correct. This book is not about helping solve the mysteries of series but just to provide some clarification for some of the more confusing aspects of the series. It is a nice book for those who want to understand the story of the game series better. " said.

"I'm a huge FNAF fan (there may be a bunch of plush toys sitting on the top of the couch behind me right now, with Springtrap and Bonnie leaning forward to see what it is I'm doing), and so it felt like a no-brainer to pick it up, if only so I can have some more merch to hoard.

As a guide, it's very good. If you're new to the series, it helps you figure out each night of the game and piece together some of the information you get along the way to try and figure out what the story is. Which of course, we still don't have the full story of, but it's helpful.

I also like that it covers the novels as well, and not just the games.

If you're a fan of the series already, you're probably not learning anything new. It's still a nice little book to have though.
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"This guidebook, no doubt, is invaluable to those that play Five Nights at Freddy’s. I’m not one of them. Lots of tips and tricks, hints and secrets are revealed. Instructions on how to navigate through the different nights and games seems overwhelming to me...yet again, I am not a video gamer.

It’s really not fair for me to give a rating, but I feel I should. For me, I thought it might be important to learn a little bit about this game that I’ve heard so much about from students. It is evident that it is helpful to those interested and its details are rather descriptive and enlightening.

FYI: Not appropriate for elementary school.
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