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

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-28 
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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"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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"While this is obviously one for the fans, it also wasn't quite what I was expecting.

On the one hand, it is massively useful for people who suck as badly at the games as I do. There are plenty of tips and tricks in here to help you survive each night of each game, from what the audio cues in FNAF4 mean to how quickly your power drains in FNAF1. It also reveals how to locate every mini-game and what you need to do to achieve the good endings.

However, this book was also a bit of a missed opportunity. While it did briefly describe every animatronic, it would have been nice to have had some decent pictures of them or concept arts (most pictures in this guide book are screen caps and of pretty low quality.

I was also disappointed by the lack of lore. Each chapter contains a bullet point list of "fan theories" for each game, but I'd hoped for something a little more solid than this. As this is an official publication, I kind of wanted it to clear up some of the mysteries about this series. Ultimately it just left me with more questions.

Also, don't be drawn in by its promise of a sneak peak of what is yet to come. The guide merely ends with a paragraph promising "at least on more novel" and potential game. This was the biggest disappointment for me as, again, I was expecting a better teaser for the next instalment than this.
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"Five Nights at Freddy's: The Freddy Files
By; Scott Cawthon
160 Pages

In this book you learn different tricks and facts you may not of knew about the beloved Five Nights at Freddy's franchise. It starts you off by telling a little bit about the game, stating that it is a horror game that has you ( a security guard) working at an old pizza place, where you have to survive the five nights at your lousy job, without being attacked by the famous animatronic mascots that roam the floor at night. As you dive deeper though you start to wonder what is really going on, as you start to see unsettling images and messages from your helper seem unclear. Later in the book it talks about the different characters in the game, and how to avoid them at all cost. It also starts to talk about different theories that gamers have and how they link up to different parts of the game.
When the book has finished telling you what you need to know about the first game, then it starts talking about the rest of them, following the same pattern of information about the game, what you learn from your helper, character inventory, glitches, rare screens, and fan theories. It continues this cycle until every game has been mentioned, and it even added in recipes to try at home. Lastly in the book it talks about the other books in the series, and tries to explain them. The book ends with unfinished answers, hopefully trying to make us wonder what will happen next.

You see I really like this book, and no not just because it showed me which order to play all the long and confusing mini games in order to get the "Good Ending" in FNAF3. But I like it because Scott is really spilling out all his secrets in this book, and yet he's not. He made this book to help and confirm some of our theories and questions that we've been having, like he finally admitted that the Puppet was a boy, but he didn't mention Funtime Foxy's gender. In this book he is just taking scraps of answers and placing them here and there, without giving us the whole picture. And that is just amazing, he's spent years working on the wonderful masterpiece of this game series, and always leaving us for more. With that I can say that I really love this book, and how I can't wait for the next one to come out!
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