Hello fine people of Doomworld. I'm Antroid, a russian guy who sucks at doom and also sucks at speaking english. So, naturally, I'm recording LPs of various Doom wads. I'm also sometimes joined by my friend, who could be described entirely the same as I just did myself, hipp0cat.
As of this very moment, there's only one comlete one, and it's very old. It is "Knee Deep in Phobos". Here's a link to the playlist. However, I also just started a new LP - it is of DTS-T. Refer to my second post in the thread for details, it's right down below.
Actually, there's some more short Doom LPs on my channel, but they were all done for the russian website iddqd.ru, and are all in russian, so I doubt there's any interest for those here on Doomworld. I think they're "unlisted", too, so if anyone's actually curious, I'll post the relevant links.
Also, you may ask, why am I not just posting these upcoming videos in the general videos thread? Well, I considered doing that, but there's never any discussion going on in there anymore, and I would dearly like a comment or two. The way the LP of DTS-T's turning out, I'm going on tangents about game design, level design and such, sparked by various seemingly insignificant moments in the wad. Even though it leads me to not play adequately at all and linger in rooms for tens of minutes talking (it's not that bad, I promise), I still feel like some of the things I touch on would be interesting to hear other people's opinions about. I think I'm going to outline those things in the posts where I post the videos themselves.
Edit: I decided against bringing up the points that interest me from the first two videos, because the hub-post for the LP is bloated as it is. I wasn't exactly subtle with them anyway. I'll do it next time!
P.S. Special thanks to St.Alfonzo and Tarnsman for the various Doom-related streams they're doing. Watching those pretty much sparked a bit of new inspiration in me, both for mapping and playing - and also returning to LPing. For better or for worse!
Last edited by Antroid on Feb 20 2014 at 21:15