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After completing the Virtual Cabin, i realized that the game would be much better if the counselours only see in first person. As Jason i think that third person is fine, even more to surprise counselors in corridors or corners. What would be the benefits? 1.The game seems to have a bigger suspense in the first person. 2.Physically speaking the game would look more beautiful and realistic, whoever played the Virtual Cabin knows what i talking abou it. 3.This would even work as a form of balancing the gameplay, one of the biggest problems from Stalk ability of Jason, is the reason that the counselours can see in third person! For example, in one of the challenges in Single-Player mode, you have to surprise a counselor while he is repairing the car battery and the goal is not to be seen, until u grab the individual. Why this kind of insane and cool gameplay wouldn't work in multiplayer games? Well, counselours can see everything that happens while they're fixing things! (like an onipresent god) Wouldn't we have a much greater suspense not knowing what's behind us? In my opinion, we should care less about ideias that will directly benefit us as a counselor or as Jason, and try to give ideas that would make the game more interesting and frightening, as is shown in the atmosphere of the Friday the 13th movies. Examples for people who didn't play the Virtual Cabin: Looking trough a window: Puting gas on the car: View of the docks: Get killed by jason: Fixing the boat: The woods: Killed by jason again:
Can you think of making alternative camera view/angles possible? I think the camera view is very closed ... it limits the field of vision too much. It does not have to be anything very complex, just a 3 pre-defined positions .... as it is in GTA V, for example.