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  1. MeetyourUnmaker

    The ongoing cryptocurrency crash

    You guys always say "read more books" but this shifts the conversation over to talking about theory rather than talking about what happened in history or what could happen in contemporary material conditions. Could you give me some books on anarchism, or more specifically how anarchism or some other adajcent group could not only establish socialism but more importantly address the problems of the world today? Problems of international debt, imperialism, the climate crisis. The growth of serious problems in even first world countries that benefit off of their imperialism like the increasing homeless and lack of healthcare services, etc. I don't really mean to come off as rude because I've expressed interest in anarchism but its like it doesn't seem very viable but I am interested in anarchist literature that attempts to address these types of problems that exist today.
  2. MeetyourUnmaker

    The ongoing cryptocurrency crash

    authortarianism doesn't exist and contemporary anarchism is just elitist cope and seethe at the previous success of marxist leninist and other leftist projects. Of course, ideologically ML today doesn't really exist but anarchists got no history. The zappistas aren't anarchists as they oppose the anarchist label actually.
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    the doom 64 font thing

    Is there a name actually for the font used in the Doom 64 menus and intermissions?
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_mSiKhXqaM he used doom 64 sound effects in this track lol
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    Let's talk about the scariest games you've ever played.

    The many are all friendly enemies though. It's just your character won't accept it.
  6. As you know generally speaking. A lot of the gameplay in Doom 3 was influenced by System Shock 2, the augio logs as an example of is, so what is the opinion on System Shock 2? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4jtwdGbFrQ
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    Thoughts on Ministry (the band)?

  8. I just noticed that the Fragile (1999) has a song on it with a melody progression that sounds similar to a song in Doom 64, you think I am overthinking it a bit?
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    i dont know what to call the art style in doom64.

    Brutalist architecture is modern from the last century or so, a lot of modern art forms (the mid 1800's from mid 1900's) are about reacting toward the Nietzchen realization of the fact the enlighenment destroyed Important cultural significance metaphysics/God/ in "western" civilization. The thing actually binding all art in this period is the quest for finding a deeper meaning to existence using symbolization. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/06/t-magazine/design/brutalist-architecture-revival.html On the topic of the contrast between Phobos and Hell there. It is a dualistic binary, the point is to show a contrast of areas in it. Later in the series you actually see Doom 3 also does it. There are other games that also use dualistic binaries like Portal 1. (artificial and naturalistic)
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    Civvie11 Pro-ish Doom 64

    It's not meant to have a real name in it. The Unmaker is just the name you give to something that's alien and not meant for you to use actually.
  11. MeetyourUnmaker

    What is 'The Void'?

  12. MeetyourUnmaker

    Is Doom 3's level design bad?

    The enemies and encounters in Doom 3 are designed to be in tight corridors. The pinkie encounter near the start of the game wouldn't be a highlight if the encounter there was actually not in corridors.
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    Is Doom 3 the most underrated entry?

    It seems doom 3 is the black sheep of the IP. It's done some things very well like the sound design and artstyle. It is really a very great artstyle. It has a large campaign consisting of over 20 levels which compared to today is pretty lacking in a lot of single player FPS games. I also like the way they added in elements from half-life and system shock but it actually still feels like a Doom sequel or a recontextualization of it.