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Licensed music should be banned. It's like the marketing department that didn't get a second of involvement in the development process gets to choose a track from their Spotify algorithm list to rearrange and stick on the game without rhyme nor reason.

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13 minutes ago, Benny said:

Is the Friday 13th game not doing so well that they had to grab a license that they could market as being so "keeeerazy!"?


No - the rights to the Friday the 13th as a franchise got caught in a multi-year legal battle between the original film director and the studio, the knock on being that it effectively cancelled any further development on the Friday the 13th game, including ongoing maintenance and new updates. Was totally out of the developer’s  hands. Not that the game was much good anyway. Had potential, didn’t have the opportunity to live up to it. 

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1 minute ago, Captain Kelsten said:


No - the rights to the Friday the 13th as a franchise got caught in a multi-year legal battle between the original film director and the studio, the knock on being that it effectively cancelled any further development on the Friday the 13th game, including ongoing maintenance and new updates. Was totally out of the developer’s  hands. Not that the game was much good anyway. Had potential, didn’t have the opportunity to live up to it. 

 

That makes a lot more sense then.

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