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Splatterhouse last won the day on July 5 2017

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  1. Splatterhouse

    Questions About Future Content

    This just seems to have added to the confusion. If hypothetically the lawsuit is settled in September...then why can't new content be added to the game from that point on? I appreciate new content can't be developed up until that point...but after that point? When dedicated servers would have surely gone live?
  2. Splatterhouse

    Just a Word of Encouragement...

    I agree we must all look forward to the future of this game, as we must look forward to our own futures. Kindest Regards, Anne Frank, Berlin 1945
  3. Slash N Cast are cunts and deserve payback for their genesis of creating a witch-hunt against Victor Miller. Personally, I'd like to see them do prison time for inciting hate against an old man.
  4. Splatterhouse

    What about longevity?

    It has been addressed and it needs to be addressed further if Gun want to leave any kind of legacy for the game. Otherwise, in ten years time... the game will end up a turd that didn't flush.
  5. That's the kind of cunts that they are. Better watch myself saying that...will probably get banned from the forums. They're close to Gun.
  6. Started the "FuckYouVictorMiller" hashtag.
  7. Trouble is, there is nothing but a bad result. Slash 'N' Cast - have made sure of that.
  8. Though I don't agree with you always. I think you articulate your point of view very well. People like yourself make this community.
  9. Splatterhouse

    The End

    I think what is most imperative is that the legacy of the game will be strong when they do depart. Local saving is crucial for that to happen when the servers finally close down. If they leave the game with a couple of Jason's etc etc It will go down in history as a "botch it and leg it" job, a "let's get the fuck out of here" job. The NES game is still played today. This is the kind of game that will still be played and talked about in 30 years time. Much will depend on whether they want to sign off on a high note and leave the game as something that can be enjoyed by old and new fans in 10/20/30/40 (etc) years time from the single player perspective when servers are long gone. I think they will. @wes is proud of this game and rightly so he should be. I think he'll enjoy receiving emails when he's 90 years old about how cool his game is from a fully functional single player perspective. He "get's it" and I have no doubt he will view the games longevity and legacy as incredibly important.
  10. Splatterhouse

    The End

    Sad to see you go - but it very much feels like the Titanic around here these days anyways. We've had some good laughs over the years and generally always agreed on everything. 😆 I'll drop you a line on your YouTube page in the not too distant future. Cheers buddy.
  11. I don't get it? 😁
  12. Yeah you're right man. Well put.
  13. Can you not get prosecuted and convicted for threats to kill in the USA? I know you guys love your freedom of speech over there - but if you threaten to kill someone online over here and they choose to involve the police, you're likely doing prison time.
  14. Yep. I mean social media has always been the bowels of the internet where people can say what they want without consequence - but this has really opened up my eyes. Most of these keyboard warrior muppets wouldn't say anything to someone's face - but only do behind the safety of a Twitter handle. It's beyond moronic. Bloody Disgusting should have posted a public correction of their original article, stating that it was not Miller's lawsuit. The original article was one-sided shit derived from the email they received from Gun Media who have obviously only had contact with Horror Inc.
  15. @Smitty_Voorhees sells a song and its rights in 2018 for 100,000. It's been covered and is world famous in 2053 when the copyright laws change he can actually earn a reasonable settlement from that world famous song. The record company sues him for trying to do that. What a wanker...how dare he try to claim future percentages from the song he wrote 35 years ago. He better not try to...they made a game about the song. FFS. When you take your "Friday the 13th: The Game" glasses off, how blind are you?