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  1. When it comes to dying games, developers abandon ship when the player base drops. They don't produce a huge batch of new content for a game that's been discounted to $6. That would merely get them chump change for any possible new sales. The better financial option is to put man-hours into a new game that they can charge $60 for. This is true for any developer. Why would they put man-hours and expenses into trying to save a game that's $6 and that most of the players that would be playing it have already bought it? Meaning they have milked it for as much as they can. They can't profit from the game anymore. By this point any new $6 sales would merely break even on the employee pay to make the new content. You don't run a company to break even, you run it to make money. They can't make profit from this game anymore. It's done. What I expect is that once the battle is settled, the rights holders will let Jason get added to Dead by Daylight, making this game a coaster.
  2. I'm number 6 on the leaderboard, and to this day I'm still surprised so many people like my content or value my opinion in this community. I look at the like count and I think about all the people that contributed to it. I'm flattered to know that my word carries weight amongst fellow horror fans. Sometimes I feel like in the age of the internet one person's voice can be lost in the crowd, so I'm glad we recognize those of us who provide worthwhile content. I probably won't be on the board forever, but I'm glad to have been there for so long, and for any more time I remain there. My name wouldn't be there without the community to lift it up, so for that I thank you all.
  3. Steam family sharing circumvents bans. It does no good since all they'd be doing is banning one of a billion dupe accounts. No point. And even if they did somehow perma-ban all the cheaters' primary accounts, there'd practically be no one left to play the game.
  4. I actually escaped in the boat, and it was part 8 Jason. Then he quit the match. I think he was too frustrated to continue even though he could have caught us in the boat.
  5. I did it once and discovered it by accident. I was 2 seconds from jumping out of the boat until I saw Jason's head pop out of the water, and then I realized he couldn't get me. I juked for about 2 minutes.
  6. It's the boundary between when Jason is out of physical range but can't get the prompt. There's something similar on Jarvis house on the west-side beach near the dock. You can get in a boat and hover around the beach a few feet off shore. If Jason approaches from the water, his head will pop out of the water before he can get the prompt to flip the boat. As long as you stay moving back and forth, he can't grab you out of the boat either.
  7. It's not something Jason ever did in the films. He didn't astral project into the side of a vehicle to push it off road. It's a cool move but not suited to Jason.
  8. Do you not get how 3D modeling works? You export a model from the software. That model is "new." Doesn't matter if you imported an existing model and changed it a little. Once you export the model it will say "file created on (insert current date)" in Windows Explorer. If that date is more recent than the date of the original file, that's "new." A "new" model doesn't have to be "an entirely original model that did not exist in a previous form prior to the current date." Once you export the model from the editing software, that file is a new file, period.
  9. They are replacing an existing model with a new one. Doesn't matter if it is the old model or if they replaced it with Godzilla. Doesn't matter. They have to make a "new" model with their editing software and have it replace the existing one. That's new. Plain and simple.
  10. It's because the remaining player base on Steam and probably PS4 is mostly or at least a huge portion are cheaters. If they banned these people then there would be no one left to play. Alternatively, these people are using the "family sharing/console sharing" method to circumvent bans. They can play on a secondary account while the primary account remains. If the secondary account gets banned they'll just make another one. So there's no way to stop the cheaters, so they just stop banning altogether.
  11. They have to export a new model from their editing software and have that overwrite the old one. That's new because they have to make a new model. How is this not clear?
  12. They are making a new model for Victoria with a bigger butt. It's not accurate to the snooty girl in Part 7 since she was slim but whatever. It's 2019 so gotta make every girl thicc even though that wasn't in vogue in the 80s. Yeah, all they needed was an excuse to jump ship, unfinished assets be damned. Then they tool us by making more assets and saying they can't add more. I don't buy it.
  13. And yet they modify the butts and say that doesn't count, even though they have to export a new model from their 3D modeling software and then have that model overwrite the existing, smaller-butted version. At this point I think they're tooling with us and they never intended to finish the game. They wanted to abandon ship and they needed an excuse.
  14. Hey if it gets out that means it becomes a higher priority. So it's something Jason-specific then? Or weapon specific?
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