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About gtdjlocker311

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    He's killing meeeeeeeee!!!

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  1. I'm looking forward to seeing what wacky new glitches arise from this fix.
  2. @Slasher_Clone Great advice! I do most of these too, but I usually destroy both doors of a cabin and set traps at both door entrances. I'd also add, make sure power is destroyed at all times. The extra fear the counselors accumulate can put you over the top.
  3. I've never been a PC player, but I've always been intrigued. Stuff like this is what makes me really shy away from it though.
  4. Well, at the expense of sounding like a broken record, if Gun wanted to combat glitching, they'd at least allow us to sticky the countermeasures on this forum. No conceivable advantage is gained by Jason getting on the roof. The only reason to do so is to counter cheating counselors. So why not allow us to post videos on how to get Jason up there?
  5. The Switch is a great system. If you're not into Nintendo first-party games, though, it may be hard to justify.
  6. There are lots of things I hope could/would be added by a team with more resources and time. This game is a great base, but I'd love to see more customization and nuance to gameplay.
  7. I just played a game as Jason on Pinehurst in which three counselors stayed on the roof the whole time. It's bad enough that we still suffer through these same (and exciting new!) glitches. The fact that the mods won't allow us to post videos showing Jason how to get up there is just obnoxious. Reverse this policy so that people who actually try to play the game the right way can have some sort of counterplay to glitchers.
  8. I think you are way over-simplifying his original post. There are many things on there that have nothing to do with solo-killing Jason. Again, not liking the guy doesn't mean everything he says was wrong. I wholeheartedly agree with a few of his points (particularly regarding perk-rolling), some of them I'd agree with some caveats (such as making the mask more powerful -- I agree with @tyrant666 that Jason should be able to put it back on), and some of them I wholeheartedly disagree with. But what I cannot agree with is "That guy sucks, don't listen to anything he says." This is a lazy and unproductive attitude. As a community (and ultimately, society) we ought to be able to take and evaluate criticisms from a wide variety of perspectives. Sorry for getting up on my soapbox there. I'll step down now!
  9. I believe so, especially in politics (which we WON'T discuss here!). Hahaha, I'm not sure if I should feel insulted here!
  10. Much of what he says (in this particular post) is true. Just because the guy took things too far at some point doesn't mean everything he has to say is worthless. An intelligent person can discern between the messenger and the message.
  11. Is that your way of saying you disagree? Have the developers done a good job of hitting deadlines? Is the only problem, in your eyes, impatient fans?
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