And I thought I sucked at playing doom, even the sounds are messed up at the start shoot an imp and you hear an zombie die.Shotgun boys and chaingun boys lol, did anybody found the teleporter on map03 that takes you to map10 yet :p
Torn said: Wow, that was really sucky. Was all the shows rigged, all of them?
I have a few tapes of this show from various seasons. None of the challenges were as badly rigged as this. There might have been a few that were rigged, but none as badly as this.
Keep in mind this is a gore special. My theory is that they got some random guy who said that he was fantastic at Doom, but then they found out he was absolutely shit at the game, (possibly dying on map03 all the time.) So they had to rig it completely in order to show tons of carnage and gore and all that from Doom.
It'd make sense to me if it was true. Though fuck knows why the fps drops at map10, or why the fuck they changed it to map10 in the first place!
It looks like the HUD was from one area of gameplay that was superimposed onto another in order for the 1% health gag to work. It's funny because, if they're going to cater to fans by showing such a direct reference to Doom, you'd think they'd get it right instead of switching between what appears to be Map03 and Fueling Base. It was pretty damn amusing overall though. The set and goblins were awesome.
Lol, I thought I was going to see some really good playing, like in that video, where Doom 2 is played through in about 14 minutes. And why didn't he use keyboard? I think it's easier with it, and Doom is initially a pc game and should be treated like it.
Sinfis said: Lol, I thought I was going to see some really good playing, like in that video, where Doom 2 is played through in about 14 minutes. And why didn't he use keyboard? I think it's easier with it, and Doom is initially a pc game and should be treated like it.
Heh, that was a giant piece of offal set up to fool the gullible and those not knowing any better. It's not even worth wondering why he didn't use the keyboard, since he wasn't even really playing. They plugged a dummy controller somewhere (probably into nothing) and played back a video, that's it.
I've seen a lot of rigged shows and news involving computers (or rather, the audience's presumed ignorance of them). It's not worth making a detailed list, but let's say they are on the level of a run-off-the-mill technobabble-filled Hollywood computer blooper , if you know what I mean.