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Starcraft weapon sounds rescorce- for the weapon modders

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A bunch of sounds from starcraft. Good for weapon modders. Comes in 8 bit and 16 bit flavor. 8 bit is recommended for edge and zdoom, 16 bit is for edge only.


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It took you three days to take a few sounds from starcraft, and put them into a zipped Folder? Hmmm... There doesnt seem to be any work involved there, after all, if you download, and install the Starcraft sound Utility, then you automatically have all the different sounds in their folders for you... I like the idea, but there was really no point to this. 1 star

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SHHH! Bilzzard Might be listening to us..we should'nt rip sounds from NON-FPS games,just good sounds from other games that don't have huge teams of Lawyers!`DZombie

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If you use the sounds in a game with a Blizzard engine, its allowed. So what the fuck are you going to use these for modding? A source mod, or a WarCraft III mod? WarCraft III? Yeah.

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Umm, I thought this was supposed to be a DEHACK or a WAD replacing sounds... oh well, I'll give it a 1 for using sounds from Starcraft

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"Permissions have been obtained from original authors for any of their resources modified or included in this file." What the fuck is that shit, you dumbass? Did you even obtain permission from Blizzard. Gawd, son of bitch. Fag, ZDoom can run 16 bit sounds and run any .wav sound even not in Doom Wav Format. Gay peice of shit. I'm better off using Starcraft Sound utility. N00b. Bleh.

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Get over it people, it's the internet. Like anybody's gonna give a rat's ass about some random grunt ripping a few sounds. Not that it makes this pack any better...this sort of thing has been beaten to death since 1994, and seriously, when has anyone ever seen a worthwhile Doom sound replacement pack? They are either cacophonies, random ripoffs or just don't "stick" well with Doom. 0/5 Maes

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Opps, apperantly the text won't appear. Well, this is me, CT. I will rate it only 0 like the last review, just to tell you what this pack is all about. This is a weapon sound pack with sounds from starcraft. It's a rescorce for weapon modders. 8 bit is for zdoom and edge, 16 bit is for edge.

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