brainstewx

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  1. I've been listening to E1M9 "Hiding the Secrets" a lot lately. I particularly like 0:49 to 1:13. Then there's E1M1, E2M2 and E2M3. And 'Read Me' and Map 10 "The Demon's Dead" from Doom II.
  2. Good. It's supposed to be Doom, not Resident Evil. The heavy metal Doom games makes the player (at least me) feel as if they're a real badass, whereas the ambient 'scary' noise makes the player feel as if they're a victim in a survival horror. That just not what Doom was supposed to be about. However to give Doom 64 credit where it's due, I must say I like the redesigned enemy sprites much more in Doom 64, especially the Pain Elementals and Arachnotrons. See, it's possible to be creepy without taking the music in a different direction.
  3. I would have liked it if not for the boring and dreary soundtrack. It would have been nice to redo the music from Doom 1 & 2 with a more realistic heavy metal soundtrack, which the N64 was perfectly capable of. When I replayed it on Doom64Ex, I muted the music and played Sonic Clang's Classic Doom remasters. My enjoyment increased ten-fold. Maybe the ambient noise was intended to make the game scary for little kids, but it sounded annoying to me.
  4. I did .wlf to .mid conversions of the Wolfenstein 3D and Spear of Destiny tracks with dro2midi several months ago, and then tweaked the files to sound pretty darn good (in my opinion). http://www.mediafire.com/download/oqfa7w5drd3gffm