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Fair Play

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  1. Cut each item down to 2-3 each max per match, and things would be better off.
  2. I think you both could benefit by looking for a group that meets your specific tastes, instead of arguing back and forth. Some players like quick escapes, some like long drawn out matches. Just agree to disagree and move on.
  3. I personally enjoy morphing among a group of counselors and scaring them senseless.
  4. Speaking with many of you about gaming in the past, I thought I'd start a thread to keep the conversation going. What games from your past do you have fond memories of?
  5. I'm not sure but I'd guess that all of the bots have an equal chance to drive a car once it's been repaired. I let them fix it on purpose, and saw 3 different people attempt to get behind the wheel. If you kill one, and another is near the car, and you aren't too close, they will eventually take it and try to get out.
  6. It does seem like it's a low chance. But it does happen, and I'm impressed when they do pull it off.
  7. I'll drop a part and a knife or spray if someone in the lobby for more than a round will do a repair. I'll even hide nearby, and ambush Jason when he moves in for a kill on said repair person. Not all players are out for themselves. Sad truth is, everyone won't play their cliched roles in the game. Some don't because they don't know how to, while others don't just because. It sucks, but I've adapted to how players in QP are. You win some, you lose some. Don't let it ruin your joy in the game.
  8. These cops aren't crazy, they don't none of Jason Voorhees... In truth, that would be kinda interesting to see. I like the idea of multiple cops, and each one rescuing a single counselor.
  9. For testing, I played a few rounds and went easy on the counselors. I've seen them fix and start a car a few times. I've also seen them escape by cops as well. It's not frequent, but they can do it. They are a continual work in progress. They will get better. And you will get a lot more satisfaction out of killing them when they do. I've seen that a few times myself. They aren't the smartest, but they aren't the dumbest either. Except for maybe drawer loop Tommy...
  10. To be honest, I don't dwell on the issue as much. It used to bother me a bit, but not now. I set my counselor to random, and play out whatever role my counselor is best suited for. Between trolls, newcomers, try hards, and know-it-alls, I do my part to help out, and get the hell out of dodge. I give some words of wisdom to newcomer players, and let them be. Either they take the advice, or they don't either way, I'll do what I do and go. While this can be annoying, the bright side is, you know where stuff is. Someone may use it as they should, and if they don't, you can. There's nothing wrong with making the game more entertaining for yourself, except at the expense of other players. Things can be just as dramatic, without holding stuff that you are waiting to use. Leave it for the others, and see if they'll do what needs to be done. If they don't, then go back for it and complete the objectives.
  11. I love the players that trash talk when you don't grab them, knowing they have 2 or 3 knives. I had a match with someone who healed 8 times. They were the last one in, and they wanted to play ring around the unbreakable furniture. The joke was on them. I stopped chasing them, and they didn't realize it, and ran right to me. The salt from that player after they died was priceless. Playing this game, despite its flaws, puts me in a great mood. After countering a troll or two, it always lightens my mood. I enjoy playing Navy Seal Jason in response to the angry mobs that come after you these days. They might be eager to get in and get killed in the first two minutes?
  12. What's your Strategy

    My strategy is being half unpredictable and half adaptive. It has won me more victories than I can count. As Jason, I like to mix it up. I like to play how I feel Kane Hodder would do it in the movies. I know the right time to be there and scare the crap out of you. Then I'm gone. You are on the edge, and I'll toy with you like a cat does with a mouse. Then, you're gone, just like that. I rarely use the same kill twice in a match. If I'm in a lobby with the counselor mob, I'll play like Batman. I'll force you to split up, come to me, and pick you off one by one. As a counselor, I adapt. The first match in QP with a group is more about learning how they operate. I can pick out the trolls pretty quick by how they act and think. After that first match, if a troll stays, I've got my eye on them, while laying low from Jason. I've got your back if you got mine, and if you don't, you'll get killed by Jason, and give me time to slip away, and find the best escape option. As Tommy, I'm hunting Jason down. If you're a good Jason, you better keep your eyes on me, because if you don't I'm gonna interfere with your kills.
  13. You could retreat for a moment, get your thoughts together, and try again. Yeah, because what Jason doesn't get angry at playing a Looney Tunes chase game for five or ten minutes?
  14. I played the hell out of L4D. Looks like I'm gonna be taking a stroll down memory lane this weekend. To the OP, leveling up is like that in most games. The higher the level, the longer it takes. Use offline mode, or private match with your friends, as either can save you time.
  15. I personally enjoy Friday the 13th, although I'd like to see Freddy in his own game somewhere in the distant future. You are right, the forum is a place to share your ideas and to have your voice heard. In the same way you can do that, everyone else here can do the same. Everyone will not always agree with each other. There is nothing wrong with asking for stuff to be added to the game. If the developers want to put it in there, they will. If they don't want to put it in, then they won't.
  16. Sometimes you need a break from the game. Take a breather for a month or so, then try back after the next update. You'll feel a whole lot better. If that doesn't help, there are other games to enjoy out there. I've played Dead by Daylight, and enjoy it from time to time. I enjoy this game a bit more than that, but that's just me. One of my fundamental rules of gaming, you should be less stressed after a session. Whatever your decision, I hope you find peace and happiness. Whatcha drinking?
  17. I understand where you are coming from with your idea. The problem is, shaming people isn't going to make it stop. Here are a few of the reasons why. 1. They can just get a new user ID and do it all over again. 2. People will start shaming people for stupid reasons. (I don't like player X because reason Y.) 3. Some people don't care what others think of them and will do whatever they whenever they want. Rather than making a shaming list, consider making of list of good players you'd rather have matches with. It'll make your life a lot easier.
  18. Although morphing is a bit off, if you do it enough, you get the rhythm down. Yeah it sucks when that happens. Part of using Shift and Morph in dealing with the car is anticipation. While it's true that Morph is not 100% accurate, if you're used to its shortcomings, you can get where you need quite often, as any Jason. I sorta stand behind this idea. I feel that when Jason is in Rage mode, he should do more damage to the car. Perhaps to the point of wrecking the car when he smashes it in an enraged state. Imagine how fast people would level up if that happened. That wouldn't be a bad idea. I'd love to pop a tire or two like this. Confidence is key. Whether you kill 1 counselor or 8, as long as you feel good about being Jason, that's what matters. To quote the great Patrick Star: "Hi Spongebob!"
  19. I hear where you're coming from. I enjoy the online mode myself, but sometimes it would be nice to take a break from it and enjoy an offline option. I too, will keep my fingers crossed. I heard about that. I know making AI from scratch is hard, as I've read a few articles on the subject.I've given a lot of thought on the matter, and I'm gonna study it in my spare time.
  20. I still play mine too. So many memories...
  21. An offline mode for counselors would be ideal. As far as the future, who knows what to expect? If it happens, I'll be happy. If it doesn't I'll make do with multiplayer.
  22. Pour yourself a nice cold drink, turn on some easy listening, and try again tomorrow. It will get better.
  23. That statement holds true, sometimes... If things are done right, this game could last until at least 2020. With the spacing between released content, and the stuff that makes sense to put in game, we could have that long. Any original content (custom designed Jasons, maps, modes, etc.) created after that could push the game to last even longer. If that is destined to happen, one can only wonder... Here's a link to help you better understand supply and demand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_and_demand I thought I'd read that somewhere as well. Has anyone heard anything about Gun and Illfonic planning a Halloween game?