There are a few little quirks while out on the course, a couple of times I was too close to a tree and couldn't see my golfer which made it hard to swing, the commentary is a bit hit and miss for my liking, the sound will sometimes skip and every once in a while the frame rate drops but I am guessing that will be patched in a later release.
Despite these flaws Five Nights at Freddy's is a good game, If a game like Amnesia can be compared to a full English breakfast this makes five nights more like a bacon and egg sandwich, not as full filling but good while it lasts. It works well as a survival horror and for only £3.99 on steam I would recommend it to fans of the genre but not to the night watchman at Pizza Hut.
In my reviews I like to tell gamers out there my personal favorite way to play games. For Velocity 2X I definitely would turn any sound system up as loud as it can comfortably go and let the game's music take you on a journey just as far as the game itself will take you.
The best way to play this is first, try to take it seriously. Try to act like you are a true surgeon and see how far you get. After that becomes boring, have some fun, try using things like a hammer to break the ribs of poor Bob, using a drill to take his eyes out, and using a laser to cut his brain out. All of these things can be used to make a game so simple, so fun.