The Future of Friday the 13th: The Game

The Friday the 13th dedicated servers will be shutting down this month, although it's not all bad news — players will still be able to enjoy Friday the 13th: The Game multiplayer online via a peer-to-peer system.

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TGGJustin1318d ago

Shame. Even with the problems I enjoyed playing this and was still doing so often. Probably won't any longer with them going back to peer to peer servers. Too many people leave all the time when they get killed.

DragonWarrior191318d ago

People quitting the second they get caught is the worst. It's just sad they are so mad that they have to rage quit. I do really enjoy playing this game with my friend. We'd work so well together we'd get out in less than 3 minutes if we were lucky then just make fun of all the survivors. It's sad to see this game basically coming to an end.

anast1318d ago

If they put some single player content, I would be all about it.

GamerBeast19821318d ago

There is its called challange its basiclly like the contracts mode in Hitman you have targets and objectives, plus there is story too them and cutscenes.

Knightofelemia1318d ago

I thought this game I played and I like it would have spawned a Jason reboot movie. I like Jason but the last reboot movie they did was crap last good Jason movie was Jason vs Freddy. Shame they're pulling the plug this is a good game. I wish Texas Chainsaw got a game like this another great franchise.

DragonWarrior191318d ago

The Friday the 13th franchise as a whole is unfortunately locked in limbo because one of the OG writers is being an a**hat and trying to claim the rights as his own. It's why the game couldn't make any new content, the movies have been put on hold, and Stephen King can't right his book he says he would love to right from Jason's perspective.

annoyedgamer1318d ago

lol this game, I used to play with some kids online and just goof off.


Killer Klowns, Texas Chainsaw, Evil Dead: Licensed Horror Is Having a Moment

Half-Glass Gaming: "With Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Evil Dead, and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, it looks like licensed horror games are having a moment, so let's enjoy the ride!"

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Majin-vegeta658d ago

Shoot whats next Child's play?Actually that sounds badass

Tedakin657d ago (Edited 657d ago )

Evil Dead is great. I'd love a Halloween game done this way. Maybe it's a 3 way fight. One player is Michael Myers. 5 players are helpless victims trying to survive, 3 players are hunters trying to stop Michael Myers. Hunters could be Laurie Strode, Dr. Loomis and Sheriff Brackett. Boom, I just laid out the game for you, Gun Media. Lets go.

TheSanchezDavid657d ago

Alright, this game needs to happen!

shinoff2183657d ago

All thise games would serve better being single player. I see multiplayer attached and i stopped even watching. Shame

sourOG657d ago

It would. I bought evil dead and played it once lol. If there is any franchise that would get me to play this style of game it’s killer klowns.

CrimsonWing69657d ago

That’s my thing. I’m not into these asymmetrical MP games. Sure, they’re fun the first few days, but after that I’m over them. I’d rather a single player narrative driven experience that really pays homage to the source material like Ghostbusters The Video Game. That thing was essentially Ghostbusters 3 in my eyes and was such a love letter to the fans with Easter eggs and explored lore.

TheSanchezDavid657d ago

While I would love a solid, competent single player component, the fan in me is stroked to play these games, period. Plus, I do generally enjoy multiplayer horror titles like Dead by Daylight and Evil Dead, so I'm waiting on this with eager anticipation!

mastershredder657d ago

A mainstream moment full of mediocre cash-grabs is nothing to celebrate.

TheSanchezDavid657d ago

Evil Dead: The Game was good. And Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Killer Klowns still aren't out yet, sooooo can't really say they're mediocre with any validity quite yet.

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Top 10 PlayStation Plus Premium Horror Games

We love to scare ourselves silly within the horror genre of video games. Thankfully, there are many to find on PlayStation Plus Premium, such as the intense Resident Evil VII: Biohazard and cult favorite Little Nightmares.

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Humble Dead of Winter Bundle out now with $134 worth of games

The Humble Dead of Winter Bundle brings you seven Steam games that will guarantee long hours of gameplay and lots of scares. As always, your purchase supports charity.

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MadLad887d ago

Definitely worth the asking price.