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Ultimate Custom Night

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  • Release date: 6/27/2018
  • Developer: Scott Cawthon
  • Publisher: Scott Cawthon
  • Genre: ActionFree to PlayIndie
  • Languages: English
  • Features: Single-player
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Ultimate Custom Night

Ultimate Custom Night

Scott Cawthon
Requirements minimum
  • OS: Win XP, 7, 8, Vista, 10
  • Processor: 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1 GB
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
Requirements recomended
  • OS: Win XP, 7, 8, Vista, 10
  • Processor: 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1 GB
  • Storage: 500 MB available space

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Ultimate Custom Night review: One That’s Worth Five

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Five Nights at Freddy’s has reinvented survival horror, making it a game to live (and often to die) in. The idea of the game is staying the night in Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, preventing terrible animatronics from getting in (and certainly doing their killing). The Ultimate Custom Night is the part where you can set up the number and type of the animatronics to enter the room.

Graphics — 4/5

It’s very hard to rate graphics when you don’t know whether its poor quality is a bug or a feature. The original FNaF was just loved for primitive visuals, and the style is preserved here. The jump scares are really frightening, the sounds are from the 1990s but still impressing, and the overall visual style seems a mess at the start, but, as you make it out, the game gets more logical. Prepare about 270 MB on your drive before you download Ultimate Custom Night.

Gameplay — 5/5

Well, as the name says, something has changed. In previous installments, you need to survive for five nights, from midnight to 6 in the morning. Here you only are for one night, but it will be the ultimate.

What hasn’t changed much is your dashboard. You only control lights in nearest rooms and your doors, and you have cameras to watch the perimeter. If animatronic approaches you, you’ll need to take some actions to take it out. Otherwise, it will kill you.

So it has been in all the games of the series, but this time there is something different. Before the game starts, you select the animatronics you want to have involved in it. Here they are, all of those you could have met in previous games, all at once. Their level of difficulty is also adjustable, so (if you’re new to it) you can start it at the easiest and then try harder modes.

There are also coins you can use on certain animatronics, and other bonuses you get for certain achievements.

If you have spent much time at previous installments, this one provides a perfect combination of what you liked in them and a kit for creating your own FNaF layouts.

Controls — 4/5

As you start the game for the first time, it demonstrates an advanced keyboard layout with all the actions you may take. It seems strange not to have your character move on WASD, but you’re sitting still all the time, so it’s logical. And it may take you several hours of gameplay to automatize your response to potential dangers. A mouse is important too: animatronics react to cursor movements.

Quite easy after a little practice, the control system will make you uncomfortable in the first several hours.

Replay Value — 5/5

As the developer included all the variety of enemies from previous games and activated adjustable difficulty, the game has become something very rich in variations. So you can try any animatronic combination to see whether it will get you this time. It’s hard to expect updates with new content; the developer is more probable to release one more Custom Night after five or six next installments. But who cares, as long as we have this one?

Conclusion

One night of horror that is worth five or even six – that’s what UCN is. You can download Ultimate Custom Night on Steam or start with demo versions. It’s probably not the best part of FNaF franchise, because there’s no need to compare (like you don’t compare any LP by your favorite band to The Greatest Hits by the same band). Maybe it’s a fan service thing, but it’s a good fan service.

 

Conclusion

Well, FNaF is just only one night, but it’s pressed five times denser with terror and variety of defense, and definitely worth at least one night at your PC.


Pros : Recognizable graphical style
Unusual horror with jump scares
A kind of summary of the previous games for fans

Cons : If you missed the previous installments, you’d rather start with them to appreciate the Ultimate Custom Night


Graphics 4.0

Gameplay 5.0

Controls 4.0

Replay Value 5.0


Average : 4.5




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