The latest patch for Friday the 13th The Game went live earlier this week on all platforms. It introduces smaller versions of the game’s three existing maps as well some new mechanics, graphical improvements, and a number of bug fixes. Unfortunately, it also introduces a slew of new bugs and glitches.
The studio behind Friday the 13th recently revealed that the game has sold 1.8 million copies, even after connectivity issues, glitches, bugs, exploits, and middling critical reviews. The fanbase still loves this teens-versus-Jason game, although they’re becoming rapidly divided— instead of fighting against and…
Yesterday, Friday the 13th fans collectively yelped in terror when they discovered that developer Illfonic is working on a new game. They presumed this meant that Illfonic had moved on from the most popular game in the emerging “getting axe-murdered by 12 year-olds” genre. Not true, the studio says.
Today on Highlight Reel we have slow motion beanbag beatings, Rainbow 6 drones, smoke headshots, and much more!
Lots of people love Friday the 13th. On Steam, they also love telling you how they died in it.
Today on Highlight Reel we have ace Cities: Skylines pilots, rude vampires, Mario Kart 8, and much more!
Killing Jason in Friday the 13th is a complicated process that’s easy to mess up. Watching people attempt it is thrilling, even when they fail.
Friday the 13th has a lot in common with some of the sillier sequels in the film’s franchise: it’s great for a laugh, but not much else.
Monsters lurk everywhere in pop culture—novels, comic books, TV shows, urban legends—but today, we’re focusing on killers who were born in the movies. For this io9 guide, we picked cinema’s biggest, most evil slasher-movie baddies... plus a few cult favorites, too.
Chi-chi-chi-ha-ha-ha. It’s Friday the 13th! What better way than to celebrate than by judging, ranking, and obsessing over the violent cinematic exploits of hockey enthusiast Jason Voorhees? Most of these movies aren’t even good!
With more than two days to go, Friday the 13th: The Game has reached its crowdfunding goal of $700,000. At $716,000 and counting, it’s possible they might hit some of the stretch goals, too. The single-player challenge mode at $1.6 million seems like it won’t happen, but who knows?
If you’d like to be scared shitless tonight, you’ve come to the right place.
There’s never been a good video game based on Friday the 13th, but the folks at Gun Media are hoping you’ll let them give it another shot.
It’s a psycho killer try-before-you-buy this weekend in Mortal Kombat X. If you bought the game but not the DLC, head over to MKX’s Living Towers this weekend to play as Jason Vorhees in what should have been a 13 round battle but ended up only being 6 because that’s no fun at all.
If you want to know every disgusting method Jason Voorhees will use to chop up the fighters of Mortal Kombat X, here you go.
Given that I recently spent weeks rewatching every Friday the 13th movie so I could rank them, it’s hardly a surprise Lakeview Cabin Collection is right up my alley.
Mortal Kombat has dabbled in horror icons as characters in the past. Next up? Friday the 13th's Jason Voorhees in next month's Mortal Kombat X. The bad news? The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions have been delayed until summer.
If you set the in-game date of the shipping version of SimCopter to Friday the 13th, the male residents would strip down and occasionally make out. The game was patched to remove this. The programmer who added it, Jacques Servin, was actually fired by Maxis.
Some might argue there's no reason to develop another Friday the 13th game, as the NES game is an all-time "classic," but they're making another one anyway. EGM reports Crystal Lake Entertainment has partnered with a developer for a multiplayer game where one player becomes the slasher icon. The game's set for October.