TMAC Blade Jun 4 @ 10:53am
reminds of you of Doom 64?
there are some ambient sounds in this game that sound like they were ripped or at least recreated from Doom 64. i remember playing that game and i liked the creepy horror atmosphere each level had; what is even more surprising is how Doom 3 takes from Doom 64. if you look almost all the levels (or at least some) where taken from or inspired by Doom 64 level design and even some of the monster closets feel like something right out of Doom 64. i know Doom is a well established PC game but Doom 64 felt like the first time Doom ever got a good console port (not really a port but more like a reimagining) and from their ID software decided to continue Doom as it was portrayed in Doom 64. if you guys/girls agree let me know with a reply. Also if you guys feel like they should try to port Doom 64 to pc leave "DOOM 64 PC" at the end of your message.
Showing 1-3 of 3 comments
< >
zenobi Jun 4 @ 10:56am 
I think doom 64 was only for nintendo
Living Tribunal (Banned) Jun 4 @ 11:04am 
Originally posted by TMAC Blade:
there are some ambient sounds in this game that sound like they were ripped or at least recreated from Doom 64. i remember playing that game and i liked the creepy horror atmosphere each level had; what is even more surprising is how Doom 3 takes from Doom 64. if you look almost all the levels (or at least some) where taken from or inspired by Doom 64 level design and even some of the monster closets feel like something right out of Doom 64. i know Doom is a well established PC game but Doom 64 felt like the first time Doom ever got a good console port (not really a port but more like a reimagining) and from their ID software decided to continue Doom as it was portrayed in Doom 64. if you guys/girls agree let me know with a reply. Also if you guys feel like they should try to port Doom 64 to pc leave "DOOM 64 PC" at the end of your message.
64 was by Romero with the help of Midway I think, so that's kinda weird.
Living Tribunal (Banned) Jun 4 @ 11:06am 
Aubrey Hodges did the music for the game D64 which was supposed to be called the Absolution, but was only called Doom 64 for brand name recognition...hence marketing. Games Hodges worked on..."Aubrey Hodges contributed to a multitude of games (including 200+ games):[4]
Kings Quest (Series)
Space Quest (Series)
Quest for Glory (Series)
Doom (Playstation)
Quake (Nintendo 64)
Quake II (Nintendo 64)
Offroad Thunder
Madden NFL 06
Madden NFL 09"
Last edited by Living Tribunal; Jun 4 @ 11:07am
Showing 1-3 of 3 comments
< >
Per page: 15 30 50