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  1. I feel F13 was the better game. The mechanics, gameplay, and graphics are more enjoyable; however, because of the toxic player base in F13, I feel DbD has a better community and is now more fun to play. The first summer this game came out was the best online gaming experience I've ever had.
  2. I don't think hiding is being a "bitch". As stated, it's a mechanic of the game. I believe the entire objective of the game as a counselor is to survive the night be it escaping, killing Jason or hiding. Nowhere does it say you have to run around aimlessly or fight Jason continually to win. Hiding an entire match would be mind numbingly boring for me, but it's not as if hiding is cheating. The guy was probably saucy because you escaped and he didn't kill you. People get upset when they lose or don't complete their mission.
  3. Final update for the game...roll it back to the original release. Ha!
  4. Because of the "if it's in the game, it's fair play" mentality.
  5. No one has time for that. You mean you want people to do research before they complain/post?
  6. I don't feel it's a horrible idea; it's similar to DbD and the Decisive Strike like HowAreYa stated. There are times when another player is nearby and I know they would help me out by hitting Jason instead of me having to use my knife, which would definitely come in handy. That's the one benefit I could see if this feature was implemented, but no new content so...
  7. Time to come back to the game for the weekend. Ha. I'm actually looking forward to playing as it's been awhile.
  8. Welcome to online gaming. Ha. I only talk crap to my friends. I never boast or trash talk random players, even if they're being rude. I try to keep quiet unless completing an objective or just having a casual conversation. People just want to get a rise out of you. Just mute em.
  9. @HaHaTrumpWon I was wondering the exact same thing. It's super weird and crappy either way.
  10. Backed the game, played for a year, and stopped playing. It was a fun game, but the playerbase was toxic, and it was difficult to find a good lobby. Maybe I'll play again this summer just for the sake of playing. It sounds like things have gotten bad. I check the forums regally for any updates and to see what people are saying, but I haven't played in long ass time.
  11. I haven't played the new patch, but it sounds like it's back to being better again. I feel Jason should be OP. For me, it should be more challenging trying to survive/escape than it is to kill someone. The game is about teamwork on the part of counselors. Working together to accomplish an escape or offing Jason.
  12. I backed the game and haven't played in months due to the toxic nature of the player base; granted, not all players are toxic. It just became a joke playing as Jason. I'm not an avid gamer, but when Jason is getting "picked on" because the mechanics of the game allowed him to be chain stunned, and when people starting telling those playing as Jason to "git good" because he would constantly get knocked down, I put the game on the back burner. Glad to hear the issue has been fixed, though it sounds a tad extreme.
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