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  1. 15 points
    Does it really matter at this point? It's not like there's anything else to read around here anymore.
  2. 7 points
    Happy Ft13th everybody! Here's some fun stuff: Enjoy Jason's day!
  3. 6 points
    Link to the article It's sad it's come to this. What does everyone think? Agree? Disagree? I think it's refreshing to see a major gaming outlet report accurately and fairly on the problems of the game.
  4. 5 points
    It’s been awhile. Last time I was here, Bill Clinton was telling everyone that “it depends on what the definition of ‘is’ is”. France had just beat Brazil in the World Cup final, and Mark McGuire and Sammy Sosa were in the middle of heated pursuit of Hank Aaron’s homerun record. What have I missed? I look around and see a lot of new faces. Some of you I remember, some I don’t. As for what happened to me? Let’s just say, “I fell down some stairs….” The quiet that reverberates around this place reminds me of my halcyon days toiling away at the local supermarket. During the day shift, the smell of a funeral home would permeate the air every time the community circulator bus would drop off the blue hairs from the retirement home. It was a simpler time, when I would play Rainbow Six Vegas all night until the sun came up and then pound a few beers before sleeping through an 8:30am biology class (the extra credit from assisting on autopsies of cadavers donated to science helped keep my grades afloat). To everyone expecting an unhinged “scorched earth” post, that’s not really my style. Any asshat can call out folks with impunity, but Uncle Bropollo tries to make an honest effort to infuse everything with a degree of humor and as much truth as possible. If “Bro-bombing” the forums with a healthy dose of both is a crime, then I’m guilty, guilty as charged: This game has been tremendous. I followed along with news of it passively once the download went live on consoles, but never pulled the trigger, because I’m risk-averse. At least with a physical copy, there’s something tangible that I can hold in my hands and have tangible evidence of my purchase—I’m the same way with movies for what it’s worth; I HATE buying a “digital copy” of anything, because you’re ostensibly only paying for a license and not the actual media. Is this view archaic and outdated? Undoubtedly! But I’m long enough in the tooth to remember having to go to the library and actually doing research before the Internet (using the Dewey Decimal system, microfiche, and rudimentary computer systems), cellular telephones, or (GASP!) watching television on a black and white set. This long winded winding and convoluted path has a point: my perspective is one of unyielding patience in any circumstance. Despite this patience and the actions of folks in these parts, I have every intention of remaining a part of this community. You won’t be seeing any “farewell” posts from me. I certainly understand the perspective of those who have elected to go that route, and wish all of them nothing but the best going forward. Many of those have who have taken this path have been with this game for longer than most, as backers, F13 aficionados, or otherwise—I jumped on the bandwagon late, only venturing to partake once a physical retail copy was available (please see the curmudgeonly old man post about digital media above for reference). At the risk of having my words misconstrued, I do not quit on things. The community needs advocates and voices of reason now more than ever. Truth is a defense against any and all accusations; from any and all agents of censure or discord. This same truth is my pledge to all of you; that, not withstanding any blatant efforts to elicit chuckles of the most prurient variety, Uncle Bropollo will always strive to maintain the highest standard of truth now and in the future. [Carefully reviews rules in advance of subsequent section—nope, nothing against discussing the general forum rules and enforcement] Incidentally, could we get some sort of consistent language going forward when our accounts here are under embargo? Within the same page, the words ‘banned’, ‘suspended’ and ‘warning’ used interchangeably. The words are not synonymous, and perhaps a bit of clarity and consistency in messaging would be helpful in avoiding future transgressions. Additionally, the use of “warning” typically indicates an intermediate step in advance of putative measures. In these forums, certainly, one could understand the confusion when said “warning points” are dispensed in conjunction with a “suspension” or “ban”, given the traditional colloquial understanding of the term “warning”. It is my opinion, therefore, that there be a more clearly defined delineation between the three, escalating from “warning”, to “suspension” and culminating with a “ban”. Clearly, this is just an opinion (one fantastically presented in a concise and logical fashion), [REDACTED joke about the future state of the game and forum availability] and Gun is free to do with the forums what they see fit, but I reassert my opinion that a standard set of rules be provided which outline the warning point system (something currently unavailable, and therefore susceptible to subjective enforcement)to the community in an effort to dissuade both intentional efforts to draw the ire of employees and admins, as well as serve as a defined position for reference. Circling back to the earlier promise of truth in my posts, it is my perspective that the forums currently operate under a cloud. The community is upset with the current status, and as a member of the community, I’m upset as well. I loathe the set of circumstances which have conspired to bring us to the point we are at now. What I cannot fathom for the life of me, though, is how we, collectively (both the community and the employees and agents of Gun Media) have fallen so far so fast. Without calling out anyone in particular, perceived slights against both parties have been perpetrated, and folks need to be accountable. There isn’t a path forward for this game without some sort of reconciliation, but any efforts to do so need to be met halfway. To the employees, agents, and independent contractors of Gun Media, we live in a world that has online forums, and those forums have to be guarded by moderators. Who's gonna do it? The community? Us? No, we have a greater responsibility than you could possibly fathom. We weep for lost content and curse the lawsuit. We have that luxury. You have the luxury of knowing what we don’t know; that the end of content, while tragic, probably turned these forums into the perfunctory exercise they have become. And our existence, while grotesque and bothersome to you, is necessary. You don't want the truth because deep down in places you don't talk about at parties, you want us in this community. You need us in this community. When members of the moderation group/employees misstate critical facts regarding the lawsuit (i.e. naming Miller as the Plaintiff in the case), or preview content that never comes to fruition or is outright cancelled, the damage to the relationship to the community is magnified. This in no way mitigates the reprehensible actions of some (i.e. harassment of Victor Miller, moderators, or employees). However, it does not give license to the recipients of these activities to adjudicate disproportionately to members with no discernable position. The sole discretion of Gun being paramount to the enforcement of any and all provisions of the ToS and forum rules is all well and good, but some consistency, transparency, and candor would be appreciated in the future, both in dealing with status updates on the game itself, as well as with punitive measures. Incidentally (again—I know, right?) when folks are “suspended” or “banned” in the future, would it be possible to log out from the forums without having to clear the browser cache or switch to another browser, I’m certain the community would be grateful (unless a “ban”, “suspension” or “warning” is supposed to entail a total forum blackout for the adjudicated member). It also wouldn’t hurt to define the user’s status when they are ostensibly “banned” or “suspended” for a set amount of time: are they supposed to not access the forums at all? Will clearing the browser cache to ‘sign out’ be considered an “attempt to circumvent the rules” as outlined in the forum rules? If so, does accessing the forums in any way (including from another browser) fall into the same categorization of circumcision? We all want to follow the rules (no, really!) but it’s difficult to do so when they are incomplete or poorly defined. It is simply not possible for community members to adhere to rules that are not defined in any sort of coherent manner. By leaving the language open to interpretation, but ostensibly blocking said forum members from appealing any putative decision, any action by a community member to establish contact for clarification would be a direct violation of said rules in that the system would have to be blatantly circumvented in order to do so. Some questions I’ve had time to think about during my “vacation”: Dedicated servers for consoles have been in the works for awhile now. Is it possible to get any sort of status update on them, apart from “still coming”? How are dedicated servers preferable, at this point, to what we have now? Dedicated servers require capital to operate and maintain, and one may reasonably speculate that this capital probably won’t be covered by sporadic purchases of existing clothing, emote, and kill packs going forward. At what point will the dedicated servers, if they are indeed still coming, no longer be tenable to operate? Will the inevitable disconnection of these servers signal the end of multiplayer for this game, or will player hosting be reenabled at that point? These questions aren’t fatalistic, but realistic. At some point, the cost of dedicated servers is going to be more than Gun brings in to maintain them. That point could be in six months, or six years, but it’s going to happen, and I don’t see the problem with asking what the tentative plan is for that event, as near or distant as it may be. At what point was the engine upgrade reprioritized over content, and what, if any factors, contributed to this decision? What specific issues are causing delays in the fulfillment of orders to the backers, many of whom are still waiting on deliverables due as part of their contribution to the game when it was just an idea? Would alternate rules of play or more customizable options for Quick Play fall under the categorization of “new content” or are they considered “existing content”? Have plans to rework Retro been shelved permanently in light of the “no new content” decree, or is it possible we may see him again later on as a standalone character using existing assets? I ask these questions because they represent an opportunity that I hope the folks working at Gun as employees or moderators seize with zeal and fervor. The forums have devolved in to a partisan horde with a small band of folks in the middle—small wonder that folks whom used to post here with any sort of regularity or frequency have pulled back considerably or quit altogether. I’d really like to see a hard reset and move forward in the spirit of making this place some semblance of what it was just nine or even six months ago: it was a simpler time, when everyone was looking forward to Paranoia mode, additional counselors and maps, and dedicated servers for consoles were discussed in earnest, rather than as a punchline or cheap pop. It would be naive to think we could go back to that era, given the official end to “new content”, or in light of recent events; but we can make an effort to shift our collective mindset to something more. That starts with Gun (and its agents). Engage the community! Be proactive! In the absence of regular or even sporadic updates on what’s going on with the game, people are left to speculate. It’s a natural instinct when faced with a complete lack of information for prolonged periods of time, shifting priorities, or the cancellation of previously announced material for the game. Given an increase in communication by the development team and administrators, I think a lot of the speculation and conspiracy theories will die down (there’s always going to be a subset of the community that espouses conspiracy theories, it’s just part and parcel of having an official forum or community for any game in the modern age). Communication is a two-way street. The community needs feedback and updates on a regular basis. We know that there are things that can’t be answered for any number of legitimate reasons, and Gun is certainly within their rights to tell us collectively “foxtrot off, it’s none of your business how we make decisions”. Even that would be preferable to the deafening silence that we have experienced in the recent months. Folks on Twitter are getting more information out of the team than members of this community, and that’s a big issue. Why should the community continue to engage each other here if we’re going to be having to source official information from secondary or even tertiary sources? Which brings us to misinformation. The lack of official communication in the forums coupled with employees and agents of Gun Media using other avenues and channels for the dissemination of information creates a scenario where the members of the community are forced to go outside of the forums and crowd-source information. This is hardly an ideal scenario, as many do not have any training in journalism or a thorough understanding of the concept of “vetting information”. We know it’s impossible for Gun employees and moderators to police the entirety of the forums and quash threads that pop up with misinformation or data of dubious origin, but leaving the forums to collect its own data and news from other sources certainly contributes to the air of desperation for more information. That same desperation makes the community susceptible to believing in the quality and veracity of information from less than reliable sources. Even something as frequent as a weekly update from a member of the production team would go a long way towards restoring a sense of normalcy to the forums. It shouldn’t be that hard to have a couple of moderators open a thread that forum members could submit questions in, and then present the list of questions to the production team for a regular Friday update as a forum post. Lock the thread after posting and make it clear that DM’s to the responder will not receive an answer. Any follow up questions can be submitted in the subsequent week’s question submission thread. Treat it like a heavily monitored and version of a reddit AMA, and the worst thing that could happen is someone gets upset that their question didn’t get answered. Since a lot of questions go unanswered now, it really wouldn’t change much on an individual scale, but for the questions that DO get answered, there’s a fantastic opportunity to create a narrative and rebuild a dialog with fans that just want to have a fun and engaging game, regardless of the current content status or lawsuit. Despite everything that’s transpired (particularly in the last few months), I have no plans to go anywhere. I love this game, warts and all, including the Quick Play experience. I’ve never seen anything like it, and while I lack the enthusiasm that some of the more dedicated members of the community have for the IP, I certainly share in their appreciation for it. And collectively, we know that Gun shares that passion and reverence for the IP, given the slavish attention to detail and lore that are built into this game. I wish that the creators of other content in the world of gaming had a fraction of the care and dedication to the source material that Gun has shown; the state of gaming would be in a far better place. EA comes to mind as the antithesis of this: large, flashy, bloated budget Star Wars title that are a hollow soulless husk of a game. Technically brilliant, but as shallow as a Real Housewife. Somewhere in the middle of Gun’s passion and EA’s technical proficiency lies gaming nirvana; a place where the balance between the two create a nearly perfect gaming experience. I suppose it just underscores how having an exponentially larger staff and deeper pockets for funding are no guarantee of producing a superior product, even if it is a smoother experience overall. I don’t have it in me to quit on this game or this community, and I challenge everyone on both sides of the equation, Gun (it’s employees and agents) and the members of the community to “step your game up”. There’s a lot to do, and I’ll be damned if I just sit back contentedly making jokes while doing nothing as the forums continue to devolve. Recently, there have been notable issues in these forums with the creators of content coming in to either “set the record straight” or outright calling out the community. I was appalled by these decisions, as the individuals involved have a conflict of interest as fellow content creators or folks who directly benefit from the perpetuation of the IP. The intent behind one of those efforts was notable because it was essentially an attempt to clarify yet another outside source of information (from Twitter), but the execution was botched, in both content and the way threads were handled. I understand the principal behind giving the individual being quoted a forum to provide an official response, but circumventing the forum’s own rules and selectively enforcing others to do so to make a special exception is part of the reason the community reacts the way it does when the only communication we get is to castigate its membership. The days of witty banter between employees (and agents/moderators) and the community have long ceased, which is a shame, and a big contributing factor to where we are now. We can all trace it to the announcement of the lawsuit ostensibly halting the creation of new content, followed shortly thereafter by the announcement of no new content at all. The half-hearted attempts that followed to clarify these statements and positions did little to address specific concerns within the community, and the lack of any sort of coordinated messaging or communication at that point or going forward has only exacerbated the apprehension within these official forums. I’m over three thousand words in at this point, and I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface. I’ve cut down this post by over 50% of what I had originally (a week long “timeout” gives a lot of time to edit for clarity and serves as a cool off period so that this can conform to the rules of the forum). Let’s all be better. Instead of attacking individuals with unbridled criticism, I’ve offered practical solutions to what I (and others) perceive to be shortcomings with the current status quo. These are just suggestions, and in no way constitute any sort of demands or expectations of future action. I want to be part of the solution, not the problem, but I am what I am (and that’s all that I am): a drunken misanthrope prone to everlasting goofiness and off-color humor. You won’t get rid of me that easily.
  5. 3 points
    Let's all celebrate Friday the 13th with a BONUS 130% (for 230% TOTAL XP) and increased Tape Drops Event (with a bit more than double for those Jarvis tapes!) Running from now until Monday! Happy Friday the 13th!
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  7. 3 points
    Come on guys. What else did we expect from this company? The lack of Uber is just them acting like a child pouting in a corner that won’t share. As far as today’s “event” not including anything else like say increased legendary and epic perk chances again just kinda shows the lazy, uncaring attitude we’ve seen all along
  8. 3 points
    I bet this comment makes Truth win thr day alone. Unless they make an announcement and everyone likes it because Shifty said it.
  9. 3 points
  10. 3 points
    I predict Ilfonic will release a patch that actually fixes the game! Then they will send Savini codes to all accounts! After that they will release Uber Jason and the Grendel map! Stunned by the lack of give a fuck Sean and Victor wonder why they are even fighting and renegotiate Victor's contract ending the dumb lawsuit for good. Sean then commissions GunMedia to make more maps and Councilors. Gun doubles down and reveals Reggie was complete the whole time and drops him in the game too along with the Pajama Pack! Then I wake up. But it's nice to dream.
  11. 2 points
  12. 2 points
    Everyone has a story, here's mine... Got into a lobby with a few noobs and a couple of Level 150s, including the host. Started as Jason Part VIII on Pinehurst, almost immediately the entire lobby quits except for the host and two others, also Level 150s. Two of them were Vanessa (one with a Wonder Woman outfit) and the other was Shelly, so you can probably guess that they were trolls... Anyway, Vanessa #1 tried to play the window game with me until I slowed her down with two knife throws, then she tried to usurp my kill points by repeatedly climbing through a broken window. A third knife ended that little minigame. Vanessa #2 (AKA Wonder Vanessa) set a trap for me to step into when I turned the handle and opened the door, but she was in a one-door cabin with no side windows. She was cornered. She ran behind a couch so I couldn't directly reach her, so I stood and watched her for a second, to get inside her head. She began taunting me by running in quick circles, thinking she was too fast for my throwing knives. I love when they do that. It really caught her off guard when I hit her without aiming. I knew she didn't have any medspray because I could sense panic in her as she threw down a handful of firecrackers and ran for the door. If only she hadn't arrogantly tried to shut it on me behind her as I slashed her in the arm... She went limp and cried in terror. She tried to swing on me with her baseball bat but hit the frame of the door instead, *thunk!* I grabbed her by the throat and... ERROR: You were kicked! Host has left the game! I went to message him to tell him what a salty little so-and-so he was, and couldn't locate his profile...he blocked me on PS4. So if you're reading this right now, good game, sweet cheeks. Maybe you'd like some pepper with your salt. And remember, frustrated Jasons of Crystal Lake, nothing makes a troll piss their panties faster than a sudden knife throw...
  13. 2 points
    I really don't give a crap about Kotaku. They bitch about everything anyways... Kataku is like the CNN of video game websites.. Meaning its run by idiots for idiots
  14. 2 points
    Posting again. Interesting article. Too bad it glosses over the adversarial relationships between the mods and the community. The arbitrary and capricious deleting of posts. The increase in bans. And even the name-calling exhibited towards certain members. There. It's still on topic.
  15. 2 points
    Yes, it's happened to me before. They started talking crap during the game. So I muted them all. Then after I killed them all. I received several messages cussing me out. I blocked them and closed lobby I was in and moved on. The best way to kill a troll is to ignore the troll. I never feed them.
  16. 2 points
    This article is like the tip of an iceberg. There's so much going on beneath the surface that isn't captured or glossed over by the article, but it's nice to have mainstream coverage.
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  18. 2 points
    Yes, it’s common with troll players to attempt to group up and bully Jason, and can also continue after a match. I also had very similar situations happen to me. Just remember when these people try to antagonize you after a match especially one that you cleared the board and showed them all the trolling could not save them....it’s because they feel beaten and what to put that on someone else... I always tell them “big words from the guy or gal that just got gutted by my machete”....lol I even got salt from someone hiding before.....after trying to bully me through out the match and in the lobby after said I was trash.... I told him “ thats funny coming from a player who died hiding under a bed...” I honestly think DBD has an even more toxic community...those guys never stop shit talking
  19. 2 points
    This has been going on since the launch of the game sadly. When you can hide behind a computer monitor, people will say anything and everything to try and get a reaction out of you. Best advice is just ignore it and ban the people that spammed your account. Also, some more advice that Ill give you, play the game today and try to have fun, but on Saturday the 14th uninstall and let this already dead game just die. I, myself, have put 1140 hours in this game and have moved on to DBD. Thank god I gave that game a shot because it is a great time. I hope you move on to DBD also.
  20. 2 points
    Wow. Not even a simple “Happy F13” post from the devs. That really shows you how much they care. Screw them.
  21. 2 points
    When the day is more than half over for most of the users? I feel obligated now:
  22. 2 points
    One's beard does not oil itself. These things take time.
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  24. 2 points
    I mean it wouldn’t surprise me. But does anyone think it’s weird that they haven’t even said ANYTHING today? Not wishing the community a happy Friday the 13th, not doing any kind of event, seems a little odd.
  25. 2 points
    Will this announcement get a trailer before they cancel it, or will they just hope we forget about it?
  26. 2 points
    Thanks everyone for all the fantastic support, and talking about us. I really appreciate all your feedback and kind words. As a thank you, we did a fun parody, you'll want to give it a peek!
  27. 2 points
    Just today I load into a full lobby of pretty mid tier level counselors as Part VII on Jarvis (with his trusty wood axe). Trap the phone, check. Trap the car, check. Mitch decided to stick around the car so I went after him. After a brief chase through a few cabins I finally caught him with a nice shift grab and... You guessed it. Error: You were kicked: Host has left the game. Bravo. You ruined the game for everyone you salty bitch. Classic.
  28. 2 points
    I will share any concrete information that I learn. I want to avoid anything that is speculative or conjecture - there's been enough drama and vitriol lately. My goals this weekend are: 1)Have fun/Enjoy the 13th 2)Savini Picture with Kane 3)Learn more about Art Book/Soundtrack 4)Enjoy the F13 Game panel, hopefully it'll be enlightening, I really want to see cut game content and other things that may never see the light of day. They spent a lot of work on the game for it to disappear into the ether.
  29. 2 points
    @Kodiak I've spotted this image in several threads now. I have to ask you to please stop spamming the forums. Post your image once in a relevant thread and all users will be able to view it there. We don't need several posts for the same image. Thank you. (jokes)
  30. 2 points
    It’s been discussed at length that it woild require minimal effort and re-usage of old assets to simply “refurbish” him and make him fully complete. As he exists now, he is already playable and is very close to being done. The list of fixes Wes stated are, in my opinion, an unsatisfactory excuse.
  31. 1 point
    Greetings Friday Fans. I would like to take a moment to address some comments that have been floating around the internet regarding myself and the Friday the 13th video game. In a conversation thread on the Friday the 13th game subreddit, fans asked why Ghost Jason was not included in Friday the 13th: The Game. In an attempt to answer the many questions that were being asked on the subject, I made a comment regarding the developers of the game being worried about a “deadline” that has since been taken out of context to promote toxicity in relation to the recent and unfortunate work stoppage. During the spreading of this “news,” not one of the many persons spreading false information contacted me in order to clarify or expand upon my comments. If they had, they would have been informed that I was speaking in regards to the legal proceedings of the rights battle and not the work stoppage to which I was never aware of until it was formally announced last month. Let me make this very, very clear. At the time of my conversation with folks at Gun, they had no intention of a work stoppage and were planning to release content that was already in progress throughout the entire year and possibly even beyond that. The reason the subject of a deadline came up was because in order for Ghost Jason to even be considered for the game, the legal case must first to come a close. Until that happens, Gun was unable to provide a definite yes or no on whether Ghost Jason could be included. I completely understood the position they were in because their hands were ultimately tied by something beyond their control. Prior to the conversation mentioned in my now famous Reddit comment, I was tipped off to an upcoming court deadline that predicted an end to the legal proceedings. The developers were the ones who informed me that a decision was unlikely to be rendered by that date and that they were “deeply concerned” about it coming to an end any time soon. I hope this clears things up and puts this matter to rest. I would also like to sincerely apologize to the good folks at Gun Media and Illfonic if my comments have caused them any headaches in the past few days. I also acknowledge that my wording could have been much more clear in the answer I gave and apologize to anyone who misunderstood what I was trying to convey. Thank you to anyone who has read all the way through this and I hope to play with many of you on the game in the near future. If anyone wants to discuss this matter further, they can do so by reaching out to me at contact@wompstompfilms.com. Sincerely, Vincente DiSanti
  32. 1 point
    First match I found a Tommy tape in the first drawer I checked.
  33. 1 point
    Count me out for a Sleepaway Camp-themed game. That ending screen would be far too disturbing.
  34. 1 point
    It happens to the best of us. All you can do is shake your head and say, "oh, honey..." (from the eponymous episode of How I Met Your Mother)
  35. 1 point
  36. 1 point
    If you were reading, there were actually 3. I just didn't get to kill the 3rd one.
  37. 1 point
    Well, they did the absolute minimum anyone would expect. Not even increased legendary perk chances. Great...so I can spend all my CP to earn a bunch of worthless perks.
  38. 1 point
    Its just a Yoda quote. I love that little guy! And another quote I like to use... this time, from Sargant Shultze… "I know nothing... I see nothing... I hear nothing..."
  39. 1 point
    Were you pushed by a ban, lol. I joke cause it’s in quotes if you were hurt, I’m sorry for making light.
  40. 1 point
    I know what they're planning... Nothing...
  41. 1 point
    to be honest i think they did his rage mode backwards. i think je should start off in rage mode. and it should diminish as fast as it fills now. that would definitely change counselor strategy and maybe even these jason hunter squads would play different
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  43. 1 point
    Whoops I actually meant to tag @Slasher_Clone, my bad
  44. 1 point
    Please use the search function before making a thread. There are ready two threads talking about this.
  45. 1 point
    Lightfoot. It seemed good until I realized stealth isn't everything.
  46. 1 point
    Don't forget the trash can on Jarvis map (I'm sure that's a hidden dig at it lol). It's so sad to go to a campfire and only find that damn cooking pan instead, although @Tommy86 is highly skilled with it. One day I'm gonna be able to pick up that Sacred Branch on the canoe by the campfire close to the Party House on Jarvis map. Until then, it torments me. The best cabins in the game are the one doors that have it proudly displayed on the top shelf. Of all the things to memorize in the game, I memorize Sacred Branch locations.
  47. 1 point
    client side saves would be nice,but i wish the game would get re-released on physical disc,with the offline modes on the disc.As i've said before on the forums,i've had to replace systems that have gone bad before,and had to download a bunch of DLC all over again,and i don't really want to be in the situation of "I can't play the offline modes anymore because they are no longer available for download." Overall,great points in your post.Cheers.
  48. 1 point
    I'll watch it if it's recorded. I live nowhere near the location it takes place or I'd be going to see Tom Savini and Kane's Savini Jason costume can't wait to see that.
  49. 1 point
    I agree. They state a lot of false promises. I’m not being an ass...it’s the truth. Dedicated servers were almost done....last September/October. Sadly...that was a false statement.. So who knows, what they have planned...if anything.
  50. 1 point
    Add this to the laundry list of problems in this game
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