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Comic 394 - Worst of the Worst

Posted on Wednesday, the 22nd of January at 12:00 AM, 2020 in 2020

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DanVzare Wed, 22. Jan 12:00 AM, 2020 edit delete
DanVzare
It really is a pretty good game, especially for a free game.

It's short and has limited replay value, but it's just so charming and fun. The music and visuals are both top notch, but the combat is what really pushes it over the edge for me. The post-game stuff really does showcase the flaws and simplicity in the combat, unfortunately.
But for the main game, it's really fun and I highly recommend it. Especially to people who hate the FNAF series. Since the people who seem to dislike this game the most, are the fans of the FNAF series. Probably because they prefer shallow jumpscare simulators.

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Geeky Meerkat Sun, 26. Jan 8:30 AM, 2020 edit delete reply
My problem with the FNAF series is the number of "clues" to what's "actually" going on that people like to point out. Most of the time these clues are such circumstantial things.

Now I like a good theory about a film or game sometimes it just gets SOOO ridiculous the things the fan community latch on to. Things like the RGB values of a pixel purple dude compared to the RGB values of another pixel purple dude in the sequel and them trying to use that as proof that because they don't match they MUST be different people.

Calm down everyone.
DanVzare Mon, 27. Jan 7:08 PM, 2020 edit delete reply
DanVzare
Ha ha, yeah.
Unfortunately, I've seen people do stuff like that with every series. Star Wars, Star Trek, Sonic, Dragon Ball, wherever there's a large fandom, there will be people latching onto tiny inconsequential things to serve as circumstantial evidence to prove their point.
It's just more noticeable with the FNAF series, because that's what the entire series is about.