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Arcade Goon 30 ago 2013, ore 4:26
Show us your Doom
I am interested to see what other peoples Doom looks like in action.
Upload a video of E1M1 and post it here.
List the mods used in the description.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=174163526
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General Plastro 30 ago 2013, ore 14:23 
Me doing terribad at the first level
http://youtu.be/MJo6TYa4ie0

What? you didint specified which E1M1 you wanted to see :P
Arcade Goon 30 ago 2013, ore 14:38 
Cool, I had no idea it was so different. I'll have to check it out.
General Plastro 30 ago 2013, ore 14:52 
Messaggio originale di Arcade Goon:
Cool, I had no idea it was so different. I'll have to check it out.

Yeah, Doom64 has brand new 32 levels, its not a direct port like all the other console versions, as you can clearly see. Go for Doom64EX, you will need to download the mod and have a ROM file of the game for it to work on PC.

Doom64 is a sequel to Doom 2, set after FinalDoom, thus its as far as the official doom story ever went and its also the most advanced doom version to be officially released by ID, at 1:52 you can actually interact with that wall computer, it is a internal camera similar to Duke3d's (it shows a secret megasphere in case your wondering).
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Dreded 30 ago 2013, ore 20:15 
Looks like it was made on a version of the quake engine(dont know if thats true just saying thats how it looks)
General Plastro 31 ago 2013, ore 7:21 
Messaggio originale di Dreded:
Looks like it was made on a version of the quake engine(dont know if thats true just saying thats how it looks)

From what i heard and read (on Doom wikia) its still the Doom Engine, but it was heavily modified. Doom64 was released after Quake, so they might have borrowed code from the updated engine.
General Plastro 31 ago 2013, ore 17:13 
Well, another E1M1, this time from the PSX version.

http://youtu.be/lXnVfSjGQ2U

Dont you see some rather... strange things about this one? (nothing is diferent from the original PSX game!).
Rent a mop - Mumble 5 set 2013, ore 10:48 
Doom 64 is pretty good, adds many things you just dont see in doom levels, and the atmosphere is great. Puzzles are more dynamic (I know some will hate that) traps are a bit like quake 1 (the nail traps are in it, and are scary as hell) And the over-all style is good.

Only thing that sucked about the 64 version was end of level saves only, which sucks when you have a level filled with puzzles which spawn enemies if you ♥♥♥♥ up (yes they have those) and traps which range from nailguns in walls (which do HUGE damage) or giant homing fireball launchers by the ceilings (yes they also have those)

One of my least favorite parts was a room with like, maybe 15 pillars in it, a switch at one end of the room, and a key which remained hidden until you hit the switch. Hitting the switch made the key appear for maybe 20 seconds, but during that time all the pillars start shooting nails out 8 each over and over till the time ran out. So in short you had to make a super meat boy dash trying not to die to get the key. It was a pain, and those nails would pierce your armor. Nasty stuff.
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General Plastro 6 set 2013, ore 12:43 
Messaggio originale di Rent a mop:
Doom 64 is pretty good, adds many things you just dont see in doom levels, and the atmosphere is great. Puzzles are more dynamic (I know some will hate that) traps are a bit like quake 1 (the nail traps are in it, and are scary as hell) And the over-all style is good.

Only thing that sucked about the 64 version was end of level saves only, which sucks when you have a level filled with puzzles which spawn enemies if you ♥♥♥♥ up (yes they have those) and traps which range from nailguns in walls (which do HUGE damage) or giant homing fireball launchers by the ceilings (yes they also have those)

One of my least favorite parts was a room with like, maybe 15 pillars in it, a switch at one end of the room, and a key which remained hidden until you hit the switch. Hitting the switch made the key appear for maybe 20 seconds, but during that time all the pillars start shooting nails out 8 each over and over till the time ran out. So in short you had to make a super meat boy dash trying not to die to get the key. It was a pain, and those nails would pierce your armor. Nasty stuff.

Grab Doom64 EX (again, you need a .rom of the original Doom64) and see your savegaming problems go away!!!
Rent a mop - Mumble 7 set 2013, ore 20:15 
Messaggio originale di General Plastro:

Grab Doom64 EX (again, you need a .rom of the original Doom64) and see your savegaming problems go away!!!
I know about save states, I just have it FOR the original 64 system. But hey, I like having it.
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