trem0lo

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  1. Map 1: Uprising A homage to TNT Evilution's Map 1, Revilution starts with a Berserk set piece in a fairly tight arena set in a mountain fortress. Once the low-level imps and zombies are liquefied, a shotgun is preferred to explore the rest of the level. After taking out a few more chaingunners and surviving an ambush of pinkies, the way to the exit is not difficult. The blue key is optional, however it rewards the player with a rocket launcher and an immediate chance to use it in the bed of the newly-drained nukage pool against Revenants and Hell Knights. The cramped nature of the map makes this battle especially tricky. Musically, the midi is a remix of a classic TNT tune that puts the player immediately into the mood. It's a little slower than the original and thus looses its "metal" edge. Overall, Map 1 is a solid overture to what is hopefully a high-quality addition to the TNT legacy.
  2. My main gaming rig is a repurposed cryptocurrency mining rig. 2x7990s crossfired and an Intel i5 at 3.7ghz. I put a custom watercool loop in it to not worry about the heat. It's probably dated (nooo it runs Windows 8.1) but it gets the job done and runs lots of monitors. I have an AMD laptop running Linux as a secure work computer and that's what I do my Doom gaming on. It doesn't run much else. Team Fortess 2... sort of. So at least I have two choices when I travel. I recently got a Raspberry Pi 3 and it's a lot of fun. It boots Retropie, Openelec or Ubuntu 16.04. It currently occupies my mancave next to my turntable. Next I need to set up my NAS to stream audio though Openelec via USB to my headphone amp, but I keep getting distracted by Retropie. It's a hit at parties.
  3. +++ Plutonia I've not been posting but I have been keeping up... well, trying at least. I'm on map 20. My work schedule is a bit crazy as of late but this is my first time in the club and it's been nice to dust off the old shotgun again. A highlight was Carribean, map 32. And Dead Zone reminded me what a fantastic DM level it is, but it's no wonder why many of you didn't like it solo. Plutonia seems like the logical next choice. And the last time I tried it on UV I was emotional mincemeat by about map 10. Shouldn't be short in the challenge department.
  4. You could try some Satanic-themed classical music. Liszt, Dante Symphony Boito, Mefistofele Gounod, Faust Berlioz, Le Damnnation de Faust Schmidt, The Book of the Seven Seals Bruckner, Apocalyptic Symphony
  5. Im a really, really good singer. I'm a pretty good artist and writer. I enjoy cooking with fancy ingredients. I'm healthy and still have all my hair. (You younger guys won't appreciate the hair thing until later.) I go on Doom binges about once a month. I take drugs everyday.
  6. The first Doom wasn't all that challenging by today's standards. Doom II offers more of a challenge and Final Doom (TNT & Plutonia) is even better. I'd definitely recommend checking those out, Plutonia especially for its extraordinary level design and legendary difficulty.
  7. Good luck. It doesn't get any easier.
  8. More often than I'd like to admit. One of the best game soundtracks ever, it's a classic in its own right.