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Doom3 should make you want to upgrade your computer. The original doom made most of us upgrade from a 386 to a 486 to be able to run the game at its best. The new version should make use of any of the high-end processors available today. It would even be nice to see doom3 as a DVDROM game. This also means that it would be a while before anyone could Pirate it. It would sure as hell make the game a damn site better then the ones available at the moment because of the amount of information you can store on a DVD. (You could have some awesome cut scenes!!)

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You are very right, but it's a curse for those of us that are a bit financially challenged. And how exactly are you supposed to do anything beyond level editing (im talking textures, models, coding, etc.). I mean editing the game to create some intrigueing effects is 70% the reason I like it (not to mention a lot of total conversion fanatics). How exactly are you supposed to edit the thing if it's on a DVD. Nobody wants that much stuff copied to their HD. I personally don't want this to turn into another Doom 64 disaster (sure it was good, but it was unchangable).

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If DVD drives are standard in computers at that time, it's really not a problem, as long as it's pretty much the normal ammount of stuff that you must copy to edit the thing.
Just thinking of the possibilities in music and cutscenes that you get with the 17 gigs on a DVD... There could be many hours of top quality animation in the game, wich could fit in very very good, like in the originals (the stuff at the ends of the episodes in doom1, cheap cutscenes :-p )

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