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Just got ratted on again in a game with someone helping Jason. As usual these are young people, perhaps not even old enough to play the game, they use microphones.

My suggestion won't be popular but how about charging a monthly subscription for the game, say £5. This may help rid us of some of the trouble makers that are spoiling the game. In return for our extra investment you improve the game greatly by hiring extra programing staff. Some of the £millions you've already made should be used to improve the servers and create more councillors and hire moderators to watch the games being played.

How about getting some hot female movie stars to be councillors? There may be some that won't charge an, arm and a leg, no pun intended. Examples ;-)

Kate Upton

Christina Hendricks

Salma Hayek

Sofia (ya don't need Viagra) Vergara

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Monthly subscription for this? Just a flat out no. There is no logical reason why this game will ever, even remotely qualify as something that justifies a subscription.

This will also, in absolutely no way get rid of the adolescent masses that plague some of the lobbies unfortunately.

I asked two kids in a lobby the other day (they sounded around 11 years old) if they had parental supervision (as a joke) and their response was "Who the #$%@ cares! %#%^ you! Shut the &%($ up!"

Our youth is doomed, but this cannot be rectified with a totally insane, drunken request to add a monthly subscription to a beta release with more bugs than the amazon, and less feedback from their developers than a mute

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I quit WoW years ago.  If I'm paying a monthly subscription, Pamela Voorhees better be available for an epic flying mount, screeching obscenities at the sex-crazed counselors as we swoop in for the kill.  

All joking aside, that's not the answer to prevent kids or men-children from ruining the game.  A report function should be implemented.  I'm going to start recording my matches for video proof to send in to the developers.

Does anyone know if accounts can be banned on consoles?  I know the roof glitchers got banned, but I don't know if any of those bans included the players on console.  I just want verification so I'm not reporting jackasses for nothing.

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Honestly I would rather eat the 5 bucks, at least that way I know exactly where my money is going.

Love the game but it's still broken on Xbox. 

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I am just off a couple of matches, in one I got attacked by someone for some unknown reason, and in another game there were 4 councillors hacking away at each other. I don't retaliate due to the points loss it incurs and it may also cause me a ban if I have forgotten to record the game.

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"Hi, is this Salma Hayek?"

"Yes"

"Hello Salma. This is Gun Media, we were wondering if you would like to lend your voice and likeness as a counselor, as part of our upcoming counselor DLC?"

"Errr, I'm not sure if that's the kind of thing I would normally do or would be available for in the coming months?"

"The thing is, 20% of our customer base haven't realised yet that there is a whole world of internet porn out there and many are still getting their kicks from pixelated female characters in video games, we were wondering if it would be at all possible if..."

*CLICK*

"Salma?....Hello? Salma are you there?!"

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Splatterhouse said:

"Hi, is this Salma Hayek?"

"Yes"

"Hello Salma. This is Gun Media, we were wondering if you would like to lend your voice and likeness as a counselor, as part of our upcoming counselor DLC?"

"Errr, I'm not sure if that's the kind of thing I would normally do or would be available for in the coming months?"

"The thing is, 20% of our customer base haven't realised yet that there is a whole world of internet porn out there and many are still getting their kicks from pixelated female characters in video games, we were wondering if it would be at all possible if..."

*CLICK*

"Salma?....Hello? Salma are you there?!"

 

 

You are so cleaver to make all that up. You can't see a bit of tongue n cheek humour when you read it.

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2 minutes ago, Peter1970 said:

You are so cleaver to make all that up. You can't see a bit of tongue n cheek humour when you read it.

You were suggesting a female Jason called Janet with big boobs and a booty last week! Sorry couldn't resist! ? 

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19 minutes ago, Splatterhouse said:

You were suggesting a female Jason called Janet with big boobs and a booty last week! Sorry couldn't resist! ? 

and so there should be one, would make for a more interesting and varied game

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5 hours ago, Peter1970 said:

My suggestion won't be popular but how about charging a monthly subscription for the game, say £5. This may help rid us of some of the trouble makers that are spoiling the game. In return for our extra investment you improve the game greatly by hiring extra programing staff.

If this were to happen, the parents would probably pay for the subscriptions for their teens. As long as the teens don't bother them, they don't care what happens. I'm picking up the tab for my daughters' PS4 / XB1 / Steam purchases, but they aren't part of the "troublemakers" you speak of. As for the men-children, they could afford it, and would still keep playing. As most people are already paying a subscription fee of sorts, I don't see the need for a second one.

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14 hours ago, Peter1970 said:

Just got ratted on again in a game with someone helping Jason. As usual these are young people, perhaps not even old enough to play the game, they use microphones.

My suggestion won't be popular but how about charging a monthly subscription for the game, say £5. This may help rid us of some of the trouble makers that are spoiling the game. In return for our extra investment you improve the game greatly by hiring extra programing staff. Some of the £millions you've already made should be used to improve the servers and create more councillors and hire moderators to watch the games being played.

How about getting some hot female movie stars to be councillors? There may be some that won't charge an, arm and a leg, no pun intended. Examples ;-)

Kate Upton

Christina Hendricks

Salma Hayek

Sofia (ya don't need Viagra) Vergara

Wont work, Peter. People are playing games like WOW only to mess around and troll. Thats 15 bucks now. We need a report system and things alike. Money wont do anything. 

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17 hours ago, Jasonsbff said:

Does anyone know if accounts can be banned on consoles? 

Yes, I know. No, players are not getting banned on Xbox, because it's Microsoft jurisdiction. Microsoft doesn't ban people from the product they paid for.

As for PlayStation, I've heard much the same.

 

12 hours ago, Fair Play said:

If this were to happen, the parents would probably pay for the subscriptions for their teens. As long as the teens don't bother them, they don't care what happens. I'm picking up the tab for my daughters' PS4 / XB1 / Steam purchases, but they aren't part of the "troublemakers" you speak of. As for the men-children, they could afford it, and would still keep playing. As most people are already paying a subscription fee of sorts, I don't see the need for a second one.

I disagree.

You are part of the problem, bad parenting.

Anyhow, point is most parents aren't stupid enough to trust their kids with their card. Don't remember that news story of the kid gambling skins on Counter Strike?

That's exactly the kind of shit that happens when you trust a child, male or female. Sexist as hell SJW White Knights disgust me.

Most kids wouldn't be able to afford it, because most  kids don't have jobs, and most kids cannot get jobs (in places like California where employers refuse to hire people without AAs), and most kids do not have credit/debit cards in order to make reoccurring transactions and digital purchases.

Yes, some parents would pay the subscription. However,  MOST would not. Thus "help rid us of some of the trouble makers that are spoiling the game" would be a statement that holds true.

I am all for a subscription on PC just as long as Xbox and PlayStation are left alone.

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9 minutes ago, Pikalicious said:

Yes, I know. No, players are not getting banned on Xbox, because it's Microsoft jurisdiction. Microsoft doesn't ban people from the product they paid for.

As for PlayStation, I've heard much the same.

I have a windows PC and so maybe I need to switch over to PC to play Friday 13th. Would be a bummer to have to start from scratch again as I am at level 38. I was considering PC for better graphics, I play on xbox.

As for microsoft, the game developers have a duty to protect their customers form unfair tactics f some gamers so I don't see microsoft having any right to stop people being banned from now game, there are many more games they can play.

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15 minutes ago, Peter1970 said:

As for microsoft, the game developers have a duty to protect their customers form unfair tactics f some gamers so I don't see microsoft having any right to stop people being banned from now game, there are many more games they can play.

Well we agree to disagree. But that's the way it is factually.

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@Pikalicious do not double post I have merged your posts. If you would like to add onto something without conversation occurring in between than use the edit button. Also that statement is not true, while Xbox does have its own teams to police their platform developers have the right to police their own game. 

http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/xbox-live/enforcement-on-xbox-live

There is no support article related to PSN but developers can also ban you from their game as well on PS4

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17 hours ago, Splatterhouse said:

You were suggesting a female Jason called Janet with big boobs and a booty last week! Sorry couldn't resist! ? 

Just had a funny thought about a female Jason, she could have a breast smother kill ! LMAO!

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What is it about this game specifically that attracts all these squeakers?

These clowns weren`t even born when Jason X came out, for crying out loud. :rolleyes:

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On 14/07/2017 at 11:45 PM, Peter1970 said:

Just got ratted on again in a game with someone helping Jason. As usual these are young people, perhaps not even old enough to play the game, they use microphones.

My suggestion won't be popular but how about charging a monthly subscription for the game, say £5. This may help rid us of some of the trouble makers that are spoiling the game. In return for our extra investment you improve the game greatly by hiring extra programing staff. Some of the £millions you've already made should be used to improve the servers and create more councillors and hire moderators to watch the games being played.

How about getting some hot female movie stars to be councillors? There may be some that won't charge an, arm and a leg, no pun intended. Examples ;-)

Kate Upton

Christina Hendricks

Salma Hayek

Sofia (ya don't need Viagra) Vergara

Yeah I wouldn't play, and I'm not a teen or a cheater but I still won't pay to play.

A plan like that will kill off the community and the game would die in as little as a month.

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8 hours ago, Pikalicious said:

I disagree.

You are part of the problem, bad parenting.

Anyhow, point is most parents aren't stupid enough to trust their kids with their card. Don't remember that news story of the kid gambling skins on Counter Strike?

That's exactly the kind of shit that happens when you trust a child, male or female. Sexist as hell SJW White Knights disgust me.

Most kids wouldn't be able to afford it, because most  kids don't have jobs, and most kids cannot get jobs (in places like California where employers refuse to hire people without AAs), and most kids do not have credit/debit cards in order to make reoccurring transactions and digital purchases.

Yes, some parents would pay the subscription. However,  MOST would not. Thus "help rid us of some of the trouble makers that are spoiling the game" would be a statement that holds true.

I am all for a subscription on PC just as long as Xbox and PlayStation are left alone.

You seem to misinterpret my post. Let me clarify it for you.

First of all, I'm a father of five girls, no sons. If I had a son, the conditions would be the same. So drop the sexist rant.

Second of all, you are free to disagree with me. That's your first amendment right. I think no more or less of you because of it.

When I said I pick up the tab for my daughters' purchases, I did not say that I am not aware of what they purchase. They still require my consent before any purchase is made. I look into what they desire to buy, and make the final decision as to whether or not the item is purchased. If I say no, they respect it. As the bill is in my name, I see everything that is purchased.

I play this game alongside them, so I know what kinds of stuff happens in-game and the kind of players they encounter. I've run into players that are quick to jump all over them for being young, and I quickly put a stop to that. Not all young players are part of this toxic cloud that's forming in the player base. As far as my daughters' behavior, they have been taught what is and is not acceptable. They aren't perfect, but they have been instilled a sense of right and wrong. As there has been a lot of controversy over things in this game, I Ihave all matches they participate in recorded, I review the playback with my wife to make sure they are playing within the rules. If any one of them should ever break the rules, I will restrict their access to the game myself. So much for your bad parenting theory.

Nothing I or anyone else can say will sway your view about younger players participating in this game. If you don't wish to play with the younger crowd, that's your right. I will not stop my girls from playing this game just because Pikalicious said so. If young players bother you that much, PM me your IGN and I'll make sure they steer clear of you. One less person to play with won't hurt their feelings, or mine. Have a nice day.

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13 minutes ago, Fair Play said:

Nothing I or anyone else can say will sway your view about younger players participating in this game. If you don't wish to play with the younger crowd, that's your right. I will not stop my girls from playing this game just because Pikalicious said so. If young players bother you that much, PM me your IGN and I'll make sure they steer clear of you. One less person to play with won't hurt their feelings, or mine. Have a nice day.

It is not so much the age, it is what they do to disrupt the game that is the issue. The trouble makers, as far as I can gather, are mostly the younger people, teens.

So long as people meet the age requirement and behave then obviously that is fine.

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2 minutes ago, Peter1970 said:

It is not so much the age, it is what they do to disrupt the game that is the issue. The trouble makers, as far as I can gather, are mostly the younger people, teens.

So long as people meet the age requirement and behave then obviously that is fine.

I get what you are saying about the troublemakers. Regardless of age, it is a problem for some.

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On 7/15/2017 at 10:29 AM, JPops said:

 Also that statement is not true, while Xbox does have its own teams to police their platform developers have the right to police their own game. 

http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/xbox-live/enforcement-on-xbox-liveT

"Some developers can ban players from their own games, independent of other Xbox enforcement actions. Game-specific bans fall outside the scope of XBLPET authority. For specific information about a game ban, contact the game developer or publisher."

I'd like to see Gun hand out bans on console

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