So multiplayer in the Friday the 13th video game has a troll problem.

Apparently too many people were going into the game for the express purpose of helping Jason kill everybody.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  :wiping eyes: Oh, God, that’s funny.  I didn’t predict this, but only because I hadn’t quite realized that they had multiplayer for the Friday the 13th video game. Of course people are going to grief and troll! It’s a game about serial killers!  Embrace it! Set up a team-only zone for people who want to cooperative-play — no pickup gamers there — and another that, as somebody put it, embraces the “Battle Royale” ethos.  I mean, if you’ve got that many people out there who want to PvP a slasher flick scenario, maybe you should go with the flow?

Moe Lane

PS: Nah, I wouldn’t play that game on a bet.  It has almost nothing that would interest me.  I’m not big on survival horror games; I much prefer “This is my BOOMSTICK!” horror games.


Friday the 13th, explained.

Admittedly, what happened two days ago probably would be enough to cement the unlucky reputation of the day, but just in case it’s not, the Weekly World News is on the case and researching the problem as only they can. A taste:

* In London’s summer of 1865, seven prostitutes, two flower sellers, three secretaries and a nun were assaulted on Friday July 13th by a crazy man wearing an athletic mask. The assailant would jump out of the shadows and present them with literature supporting the Conservative Party. As the women screamed and tried to run away, they were asked for donations repeatedly, up to 18 times in one case.

I don’t know why that one’s the funniest – to me, at least – but it is.

Moe Lane

PS: No, I won’t be seeing the movie. I’m one of those weird people who liked TV series better, and by “better” I mean “I actually liked the series, as opposed to the movies, which I pretty much hated.”  I guess that I’m a snob.

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