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Comic 358 - How Unexpected

Posted on Wednesday, the 22nd of May at 12:00 AM, 2019 in 2019

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DanVzare Wed, 22. May 12:00 AM, 2019 edit delete
Technically, you just need to survive one night to be able to complete Ultimate Custom Night. And technically, you're setting the game to the easiest difficulty if you set everything to zero. So Ultimate Custom Night is both the most difficult and easiest game in existence. And no one complained. Maybe FromSoftware should take notes.

It's even possible to get rid of Dee Dee.

As for what I think about Ultimate Custom Night. Personally, I think it's one of the best official traditional Five Nights at Freddy's games. I still would've preferred the expanded pizzeria simulator, but still, I think Ultimate Custom Night is a pretty great game that I would recommend. It's strange that all of the best FNaF game are free. You'd think it would be the other way around.

Also, would you believe that there are free roaming FNaF fan games, made in Doom. That's right, in DOOM! The original!
Anyone who says that's Half Life was the game of the decade in the 90s, is a downright idiot. Because Doom was so popular, that it's still relevant to this day!

Actually, why do people hype up Half Life so much? I mean, yeah, sure, it's a pretty decent game. But it wasn't groundbreaking or anything. I hear a lot of people say that it started games off, on the path of being more story focused. But seriously? The technology had literally just gotten to the point to allow that! Considering Thief: The Dark Project literally came out nearly two weeks later, and was just as (if not more) story driven. I think it's safe to say that Half Life didn't start that trend.
And don't you dare say that Half Life 2 was the first game to have physics, because I know for a fact that Jurassic Park: Trespasser had it first. And that was yet another game released in 1998!
Damn, 1998 was a great year for video games.