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“Friday the 13th: The Game” releases The [hella disturbing] Pamela Tapes Vol. 1 and 2

Damn hypocritical, spoilt Christian kids
Dulani Wilson 28th April, 2017 Gaming, Movie
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Gun Media pulled the trigger on revealing volume 1 and 2 of The Pamela Tapes, which has an interrogation recording of Jason Voorhees mama – Pamela – making poor excuses for her demented, serial killing-ass son. Now these tapes will be found as collectables in the coming Friday the 13th: The Game game, but to be honest who the hell would have time to search for ’em when that 6-foot abomination of hell is prowling for your ass.

In any case, if there is anyone to blame for the way Jason turned out, its all those Camp Crystal Lake kids and their fucking.

Language, Mama Voorhees.

Description reads:

The first few of many collectable tapes that you can find scattered around Camp Crystal Lake, Higgins Haven and Packanack Lodge with Pamela Voorhees discussing her dear, sweet little boy Jason.

Watch Friday the 13th: The Game “The Pamela Tapes Vol. 1 and 2” in the player below:

 

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Friday the 13th: The Game will launch on Xbox One, PS4 and Steam come May 26th 2017

 

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