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Any chance we'll see a playstation doom total conversion with pc size maps?

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Anyone think we'll see a different playstation doom total conversion; with pc size maps and more enemies? Thought it'd be really cool to see a sort of director's cut version of playstation doom with the missing enemies, more enemies for higher difficulty, and pc size maps; perhaps the missing maps from pc too (final doom portion would be a lot bigger).

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Eris Falling said:

This should be a community project!


I do not think that ID would like it if we took the game they made and re-released it to PSN with minor tweaks

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I assumed this was what Lost Levels was going to originally do. I would support a "director's cut" for sure, I love the PSX style. I can only play the TC with the mod that restores the monster's original speeds, but the map size is still highly reduced, especially the levels taken from Jaguar Doom.

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MegaTurtleRex said:

Do you mean releasing it for PC or PSX?

It would be cool to see some PSX and N64 themed projects :)


Theres the PSX TC, the Lost Levels project thats converting the missing levels from both PSX Dooms, a project to recreate Doom 64 with Doom 2's limitations and textures, and Threshold of Pain, a PSX styled level set, which has a sequel in development.

Anything else I missed?

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Fuzzelbob said:

I do not think that ID would like it if we took the game they made and re-released it to PSN with minor tweaks


You're missing the point.

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Still eagerly anticipating Threshold of Pain 2, was a big fan of the original :P.
Hopefully The Lost Levels will have releases every 6 months which packages all the completed levels done so far, i know you can play the levels individually but id rather have the convenience and flow of all the levels being put together.

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I've been doing exactly this. Surprisingly, it's much easier of a process than I thought it would be. It's on the backburner for now, but...



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