Ajora

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  1. Canibus once rapped about being a fan of Duke Nukem, so he's probably a fan of Doom as well. @Cynical Trey Azagthoth is probably better associated with Quake 3 than he is with Doom. He was the leader of the Sailor Scouts, who were well respected for their railgun accuracy.
  2. David Cronenberg's remake of The Fly is way up there. It's very well acted, the effects are incredible, and you really care about the characters. It's also hauntingly morbid and sad, and really sticks with you long after you've seen it. I mention this movie specifically because nobody else here has.
  3. I like this one quite a bit.
  4. What an odd comparison. Especially when there's bands that combine both "spirits" (My Dying Bride, Cradle of Filth, Tiamat).
  5. Have a great rest of your day!

  6. One of the best pieces of advice I can give to anyone just getting into playing Doom WADs is to download ZDL. It makes organising and running your Doom modifications so much easier.
  7. Have fun! If you have anymore questions, don't hesitate to ask. People are very helpful and patient when it comes to questions about running, modifying, and designing maps for Doom.
  8. It's not Doom, but the secret level in episode 2 of Coffee Break for Wolfenstein 3D is 100% Halloween themed. I'd rather not spoil anything, as it's really something you should see for yourselves.
  9. They have a nice flavour, but they're way too greasy, and I feel a tinge of shame after eating them.
  10. Good call. The first three Resident Evil games wouldn't have been nearly as good without the puzzles. Even though 4 is my favourite, I was kind of disappointed that the puzzle elements were heavily diluted.