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The Making of Doom 3: The Official Guide

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http://www.bookkoob.co.uk/book/0072230525.htm

Product Details:

Paperback 208 pages (August 1, 2004)
Publisher: Osborne McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 0072230525

This unique title is designed to appeal to Doom
fanatics ' and there are legions of them! It goes beyond the strategy guides and the magazines to bring fans an in-depth inside look at the creators, the art and music, the design, and the history of Doom.


paperback?? I thought this was going to be a coffeetable book with nice pictures and renders! Well I'm going to buy it anyway!

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Sounds like a good read, but this will probably come out before the bloody game does.

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DoomUK said:

Sounds like a good read, but this will probably come out before the bloody game does.


Sure looks like it. How can it be that a book on the production is released BEFORE the game is? Ok, I guess testing is not part of the development. Ummmm . . . no. I don't get it. I guess it could be all lies, those stupid purse carrying nancy girl gits!

Peace,

Erik "The Bruce"

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etimmerAZ said:

Sure looks like it. How can it be that a book on the production is released BEFORE the game is? Ok, I guess testing is not part of the development. Ummmm . . . no. I don't get it. I guess it could be all lies, those stupid purse carrying nancy girl gits!

Peace,

Erik "The Bruce"


lol I was being sarcastic, but contradicting myself I suppose it would be nice to have something cool to gawp at until we all get to play the game in the flesh.

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Zoost said:
paperback?? I thought this was going to be a coffeetable book with nice pictures and renders! Well I'm going to buy it anyway! [/B]

Yep, me too. That in-depth aspect sounds really cool.

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Please don't bump threads that are several weeks old unless you've got something really important to add.

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As there is theoretically more information that could possibly be added to this thread (the book hasn't even been released yet), it should remain open lest redundant threads are made.

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