Ultimate Custom Night
- Developer: Scott Cawthon
- Genre: Survival horror, point-and-click
- Version: latest
|Release Date||June 27, 2018|
|Genre||Survival horror, point-and-click|
|System||Windows PC Under development: Android, iOS, Mac, Linux, Playstation 4, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch|
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Ultimate Custom Night Review: Gotta Be Caught by Them All
FNAF: Ultimate Custom Night is a survival horror game. You have to survive the night in a pizzeria, watching some animatronics rise and wander around, trying to reach and kill you. There are some protection methods at your disposal, but what matters most is your constant attention and alertness. Watch them move via cameras and take the necessary steps to protect yourself.
Five Nights at Freddy’s was such a success mostly because of its love for details and the untold part of the story that was only hinted of. Not only was it a great horror, but also an invitation for co-creation. Integrated both into reality and mass culture clichés, FNAF has few alternatives for a gamer wishing for intellectual games, with something large behind.
And the great part of it was around the animatronics. Each time it was a new story with a horrible background that allowed introducing new ones, each with their own story and recognizable appearance. Now the game gathers them all in the same place, some wishing you right as they’re programmed (though their right is killing), some inclined to kill. This gathering is a good reason to download FNAF Ultimate Custom Night and give it some time.
UCN: What’s On This Time
The Ultimate Custom Night offers much of fun to those fond of the series. As you launch it, you have the selection of 50 animatronics – all of those we know from the previous installment, and some new. Their AI can be adjusted right here, with useful options, like zeroing all, adding 1 point to all of them, setting all to 5, 10, or 20 points.
As you progress, you unlock the other three of the four offices available. There are also power-ups you can buy for Faz-coins, that can keep some animatronics out of the process, lowering the temperature (that keeps some idle), raising battery level to 102% or giving 3 Faz-coins needed for activating protection from some animatronics.
As you start the game, you see the keyboard layout for quick activation of different features, like fan, light, music box (yes, the tune from Part 2 is the same), and other features to check these animatronics or keep them idle. You’ll need to learn these keys if you want to react fast.
The gameplay is similar to what we saw in other installments, though here it’s much more intense. You only need to stand one night, but it will be harder.
UCN Platforms: Plays Better With…
FNAF Ultimate Custom Night for Windows (7,8,10) is easily installable. Alas, Windows is the only platform this game is available for. Thus, there is FNAF: Ultimate Custom Night for tablets, but only for those running Windows. The keyboard is not necessary, but it makes the process much easier.
Mac users can survive the lack of FNAF Ultimate Custom Night for Mac just by running Windows on a virtual machine. It will have reduced performance, but, luckily, this game won’t require much of it.
So far there is no console support. So instead of playing FNAF: Ultimate Custom Night for PS4, PS3, or other consoles you’ll have to get back to your PC once again.
Open the Door, Please, It’s Fan Service
In terms of plot, this one is the poorest to contribute to FNAF universe. But as a pure fun piece, it’s quite great. The complexity is the highest, as you have to watch doors, vents, air tubes and other potential doorways for animatronics. There is not just more of them: it’s more than all of them.
This installment is completely free and available only for PC, with no plans to ever release FNAF Ultimate Custom Night for Xbox One or, say, mobile devices. There’s even less hope for those on older consoles to have, say, FNAF: Ultimate Custom Night for Xbox 360. That puts it aside from the official issues.
As we know, by 2018-2019 Scott Cawthon is all about side projects of FNAF. It includes books (he has already written five together with Kira Breed-Wrisley), a movie already in production, and more spin-off games. In fact, at the beginning of our FNAF Ultimate Custom Night review, we should have emphasized that it’s a game, not any other art piece of the franchise. So we are observing FNAF going mainstream, and no matter what old school fans think of it (spoiler: they never like it), the story gets great.
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