|Five Nights at Freddy's 3|
|Date Released||March 20th, 2015|
|Completionist Rating||Finish It!|
|Link||Five Nights at Freddy's 3 - The Completionist Ep. 124 ft. Game Theory|
Five Nights at Freddy's 3 is a 2015 indie point-and-click survival horror video game developed by Scott Cawthon, and the third entry in the Five Nights at Freddy's series. The game was released on Steam on March 2, 2015, for Android devices on March 7, 2015, and for iOS on March 12, 2015.
The Completionist Edit
Mat is baffled by the fact that the game only has one animatronic to look after in the third game, but is quickly put in his place when that one animatronic does a jumpscare. Jirard notes how the subtlety of the game is a welcome change from the last one. Though Mat feels the jumpscares are more tame due to the way Springtrap enters the room. Though the hallucinations fix that up for Jirard. Though as a whole, Mat finds that the horror atmosphere is still very much there in this installment.
Jirard compliments how the game favors strategy more than the previous game, and the camera system is more necessary. Mat finds that Nightmare Mode is a nice challenge, even though it's not as hard as 20-20-20-20 Mode from the other games. When discussing the ending, Jirard notes how the method to get the good ending is incredibly convoluted, but finds it worth it for the extra menu. The game is short enough for him to have enough incentive to make the effort. As a whole, he finds the game easier than the others, and finds it to be different from the others in a good way.
- MatPat - Guest Reviewer
- This episode has the most views on YouTube of any Completionist episode, at over 1,000,000 views.
- It is also the first Completionist episode to reach 1,000,000 views, in June of 2015.
- This is the only Five Nights at Freddy's review that doesn't end with Jirard overcoming the game's hardest challenge live, or with the Living Tombstone's fan song of the game, as it had not been released at the time of this review.
- Alex later did a review of this game for Hot Pepper Gaming, in which he gave this game a 3 out of 5.