ShaneMalicious

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  1. They usually are, but there's no official law saying it's a must. Hence you see Nintendo games released on Sundays, and sometimes (maybe Bioware or Bethesda) games are released on Fridays.
  2. Aside from hackers and griefers, I worry about too many Vanessas, or any other single counselor.
  3. I've always liked the Police Quest games. Edit: I never made it far in them though. Ha!
  4. Also love Lucha Underground. I also think of Rick from the Splatterhouse games. This is such a great, crazy show. I try to sell it to my friends by saying it's Mortal Kombat, but as a wrestling show. Unfortunately, it doesn't work.
  5. JPops is in the shadows watching you, insanejason.
  6. Unrelated question: How difficult would it be to make Chucky's eyes track movement? Imagine a Chucky doll who's eyes follow you around the room.
  7. Here's the video of her visiting the filming location mentioned in the article. It's all the more shocking because she looks really, really healthy there. Rest well, Fox!
  8. Everybody is talking about all the places you could set traps, but no one seems to be talking about the time it would take to do so. Imagine, Jason Player morphs to the car to set a trap. If Jason morphs and there's a counselor, he may just chase the counselor first. Secondly, if Jason Player chooses, say, Jason 2 because he has the most traps, you may be forgetting that Jason 2 may have a slow cool down for morph. If I happen to come across a key spot, yeah, I'll set a trap, but I won't waste time waiting for cool downs.
  9. Welcome to camp! I'm also an original kickstarter, but I didn't officially join until after the beta. I never even posted an introduction, so you've got one up on me!
  10. Both Turok games were favorites of mine growing up. Especially Turok 2. I haven't picked up any of the remastered versions yet, but I certainly have my eye on Turok 2. I have very fond memories of multiplayer.
  11. I just want to throw up every time Jason 8 puts his hands on me.
  12. Adam Sessler is the president of TheoryHead. If I remember correctly, he's a consultant for game developers to use alongside development. Since he has reviewed games so much, he's able to give advice as to certain changes that can be made to improve a game's score or public reception. I heard this in an interview once, but I can't remember where it was. Please note I may not be 100% on the money. However, that wouldn't really explain his early-and I mean EARLY-involvement in the game. Hey, maybe he's just a super fan like us and chose to help out in any way he can?
  13. It's been awhile since I've seen it, but does it appear lighter because of light shining off of the slime? Visually speaking, Jason 8 is my personal favorite. The one thing that bugged me about the model was that his shirt was tucked in in the back. I'm sure they saw it in the movie, my dang. Who's damn shirt untucks in the front before the back? I mean, c'mon. What's Jason's technique?!
  14. I liked him without a mask much more than I ever thought I would.
  15. Out of the two shown, I prefer the hell Jason. While watching it, I kept thinking, "would Jason really use a memento of his mother, cut holes into it, and wear it around?" I suppose I could believe he would wear the sweater as a sweater, but wearing the sweater as a mask felt like too much of a stretch. However, I would've been fine with a makeshift mask made out of any other dirty t-shirt or cloth. Plus, I think the claw marks on the burned mask is really, really cool.