게시 일시: 2015년 1월 25일
If you are running this on Windows 7 (especially x64):
1. Find the game executable. (If you don't know what that is, find a nerd and for the love of all that is holy, don't try this yourself.)
2. Right click and then left click on properties.
3. In the window that pops up, click the "compatibility" tab and then the tick box next to "run this in compatibility mode." Or something to that effect.
4. Select "Windows XP Service Pack 2" in the drop down thingie.
5. Try it out.
6. If that doesn't allow you to play it, then repeat steps 1 and 2. But also click on the "compatibility" tab.
7. Tick the "run in 640 x 480" box.
8. Try it again.
9. If that doesn't work, google how to run the game in windowed mode. It's actually easy, just more steps than I can put here.
10. Try it one more time..
11. If it still doesn't work. Go find a nerd.
This is a classic and dare I say iconic piece of gaming history! I bet many of you remember playing one of the versions of doom on either an ancient PC or console. I recall playing the first Doom on SNES, leaving the system on for days at a time so I could sleep and pick up where I left off and finally beat it. Taking shifts with my two best friends.. Good times. Then buying that wonderful little gadget made by Naki or something I think that took some AA batteries and allowed you to save a game that didn't have a save function via some form of wizardry to me at the time.
All of the Doom iterations where good. I don't recall a single bomb. This one was super awesome, in particular. Was grateful to see it here on Steam. :D If memory serves, there was a CD that came with some video game magazine back in the day that had 1000+ extra levels that you could install to this game so you could go on playing virtually forever. One of those CDs will eventually be found millions of years in the future by aliens or whomever inherits the earth after we destroy ourselves, but doubtful you're going to find one. I can't really say here, but I would suggest getting on a big wooden boat with a flag that resembles a warning label and sale the 7 seas looking for them in another form.