‘Kerbal Space Program’ Has a New Owner & A So-So Online Roll-out of ‘Friday the 13th’

An indie gets bought out by one of the big boys of gaming, and ‘Friday the 13th’ the game got killed on its first day.

FOX’s Eammonn Dignam has more in the latest ’FOX Bits’:

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The publisher behind the ‘Grand Theft Auto’ series, Take-Two Interactive, buying ‘Kerbal Space Program’ from Indie developer, Squad.

The game allows players to create a NASA like company from scratch, building space ships and testing them to send aliens called Kerbals into space using real world physics. The game has been praised for it’s accuracy in building, space flight simulations. 

The roll-out wasn’t so great for ‘Friday the 13th’s’ online multiplayer game. 

Server issues kept thousands of players out of the game on it’s first day and slowed down the game for others.
The game allows you to either be one of the potential victims, looking for a way to escape…. or even kill the unholy villain in the hockey mask, Jason Voorhees.

Or be the monster Jason himself hunting those counselors down at Camp Crystal Lake.

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