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  1. Ralphis

    Is Sonic Forces really that bad?

    Haha, ok. History is written by the winner...etc...etc. Sonic 3 & Knuckles is the pinnacle of 16-bit 2d platforming. Sonic Mania is a reintroduction for many people that is likely to set up for more original 2d games. It was great.
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    Source port for MP action?

    Not sure how AlexMax forgot to mention that all three of the most used MP source ports (Odamex, Zandronum, ZDaemon) all allow for "rcon", where you can login to the server and issue the commands through your player client while connected to the server. I forget the ccmds for each, but I think they might all just be rcon_password to login, and then "rcon xxx" to pass commands to the server.
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    The Freedoom guy walking sprites need redone

    Sounds like you're volunteering and I'm definitely looking forward to your results
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    People suck

    If DWF is still going to have its occasional flamewar, can you guys at least try to make them more interesting? We were on the right track with Dew posting private messages but there's a lot more work to be done here. I believe in you, you just need to believe in yourselves. Thanks in advance
  5. Leia flying around was really lame
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    Legendary FPS in gaming history

    Counter Strike wasn't "finished" when it became one of the most played internet games either and nobody can argue its importance to genre
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    Legendary FPS in gaming history

    Halo, for basically taking multiplayer FPS to the "mainstream", opening the door for Call of Duty/Battlefield/etc
  8. Ralphis

    Movies Like Heretic?

    Giants, dragons, undead ice people, talking trees, becoming other people by cutting off their faces, transferring consciousness to giant wolves, crows, and other people, fire invulnerability, vagina demons, zombie guards
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    Aaron "DemonSphere" Emge has passed

    Yea, I'll leave it up a little while longer. I'm going to send anything that came after the funeral out sometime next week. All funds raised so far went toward Aaron's funeral services. We have some nice pictures from the day that I'd like to share, but I'm currently in the middle of a move so I'll try to get them up as soon as I can.
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    Aaron "DemonSphere" Emge has passed

    Aaron's death has been officially ruled accidental.
  11. Ralphis

    Aaron "DemonSphere" Emge has passed

    https://www.floralhaven.com/obits/paul-aaron-emge/ Obituary and information on services
  12. Ralphis

    Aaron "DemonSphere" Emge has passed

    I've been in touch with his family, as well as a few others. A lot of us have also started a donation drive to help his family through this time - fortunately we've already raised over $500. More information regarding donations and his family in this post: http://doomleague.org/forums/index.php/topic,915.0.html
  13. For those that don't know, Aaron "DemonSphere" Emge passed away yesterday morning. DemonSphere was arguably the best 1v1 Doom player on the planet in the past couple years, placed 3rd in the Quakecon Doom 2 tournament years ago, and has a number of other accomplishments. Above all of this, he was a really great kid and he is going to be sorely missed. Below is the cross posted announcement from the WDL forums: It is with much regret and sadness that I have to report that a pillar of our community, Aaron "DemonSphere" Emge, passed away early on the morning of September 24th, 2017. In our community, Aaron excelled at everything he attempted. He was an excellent player, a great teammate, and a beloved captain. Above all of this, he was a true friend to many of us and his absence will resonate with us for eternity. May he rest in peace. For anyone struggling with depression, know that you are loved - by your family and friends. Please never give up - this is a mistake that you won't have an opportunity to regret. In the United States, there is a free suicide prevention line at 1-800-273-8255. When more details become available regarding services, this post will be updated.