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  1. Foodles

    The "old doom friends who disappeared" thread

    It's sad to think that some of these people may have passed away and we'd never know about it. A bit of a morbid thought I know but one I thought was worth exploring.
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    Why I hate the term "mapper".

    Can we compromise on Map Designer?
  3. to be fair, that mountain that spawns the lost souls looks pretty cool even if the rest of the map is tedious, ugly and dark.
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    Best Single Map WADs

    Dripfeed was pretty darn good, it won a cacoward back in 2010 I think so maybe you've already played it https://www.doomworld.com/idgames/levels/doom2/Ports/d-f/dripfeed
  5. I get this thing when using doombuilder 2 where when I move around in visual mode the movement is very stuttery, i.e. it's not the smooth movement you'd expect similar to when you're lagging in an online game and you warp around all over the place. Sometimes it's barely noticeable and sometimes its unbearably bad. Just wondering if anyone else has this problem and if there's anything I can do about it, my PC should certainly be able to handle doombuilder. I'm using Windows 10 if that helps.
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    What Video Game(s) are you Currently Ignoring?

    I never played Witcher 3, the insane circlejerk over it that I see online really put me off it which I know is pretty fucking stupid but there you go.
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    Video game music thread

    Easily the best track from Mario 64, which always evokes a powerful sense of nostalgia; of summer days spent playing this game with my friends, as a kid. Incidentally this provides a bizarre juxtaposition with the track above this one.
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    Some good news for Star Wars fans

    Good. I was so excited to see episode 7 when it came out, I couldn't wait to buy a ticket, now, I'm utterly un-enthused about the prospect of seeing episode 9. There honestly hasn't been a great Star Wars film since the Empire Strikes Back, which, considering the scope of the universe and thinking about all the stories they could tell is pretty shocking.
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    What are your favourite 'Hidden Gems' Games?

    would you consider something like Hexen a hidden gem? I feel like not many people these days would have played it and I have no idea how popular it was back in the day.
  10. I'm sure this must have been mentioned already here but having to kill enemies like cacodemons, hell knights even pinkies with the regular shotgun is very tedious, just give me an SSG already! Although it's definitely something that I myself have been guilty of in the past.
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    A shorter and better Doom II

    You seem to have missed out the masterpiece that is Nirvana
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    Favorite thing about the Doom games?

    The thing that I enjoy is the fast-paced nature of the gameplay. I find myself having less patience with games these days and things like loading screens, unskippable cutscenes and prolonged death animations/restart times frustrate me. None of these are present in Doom and that fact, combined with the fast speed of the character and simple gameplay mechanics lends itself towards the fast and furious playstyle that I've come to really appreciate.
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    The /newstuff Chronicles #497

    Hey, just checking in to say thanks to gaspe for the review of Estranged, thanks for taking the time to play it and I'm glad you enjoyed it
  14. well here it is - the idgames release of Estranged! https://www.doomworld.com/idgames/levels/doom2/Ports/megawads/estrangd I'll be hanging around for a bit but will probably disappear at some point, let me know what you think by leaving a review on the idgames page!
  15. Wow awesome! Thank you, it actually sounds pretty good and I really appreciate the work you put in to help me out. OK so here's where I'm at, I've replaced all the custom music with the respective midi versions except for map29 and the breaking benjamin track for map32 (the midi didn't sound very good at all). I understand why map29's music would be hard to make a midi of and I was actually thinking of replacing the map29 music with the doom track from computer station - it's not as good but I think it has a foreboding atmosphere that would fit quite well. As for the music with map32 I'm not sure yet, I'll have a ponder make a decision soon! (Also a side benefit of replacing the OGG tracks is that the file size has gone down to 17MB uncompressed)