Resident Evil

Madison is made for Five Nights at Freddy’s fans, but don’t expect Fatal Frame

Madison is made for Five Nights at Freddy’s fans, but don’t expect Fatal Frame
Written by ga_dahmani
Madison is made for Five Nights at Freddy’s fans, but don’t expect Fatal Frame

I wake up in a dark room to find my hands covered in blood. The persistent thud of someone banging on the closed door echoes off all four walls, as a booming voice on the other side demands answers. “Because you did?” Terrified and disoriented, I stumble, seeing only through the light of a television, in an attempt to find the necessary items to help me escape. What have I done?

This intro sequence sets the perfect tone for Bloodious Games’ psychological horror Madison. Right off the bat, you don’t know what to expect. You are nervous and, most importantly, scared. Something horrible thing has happened and you, a young man named Luca, seem to be responsible for it. It’s all related in some way to a serial killer named Madison Hale and her Polaroid camera of hers, which you are now in possession of (no pun intended).

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