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Dominic Tarason

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    Cacowards 2018 Mentionation Thread (don't toot your own horn ffs)

    Apparently a customised Doom Legacy variant. SRB2 has its own whole mod scene (this is a full standalone spinoff), but it's all Doom under the hood. Also a correction: Online and split-screen for up to four players. But it's well populated. Lots of people to play with, and a bunch of servers are already running mods.
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    Cacowards 2018 Mentionation Thread (don't toot your own horn ffs)

    Legit recommendation for SRB2Kart. If Total Chaos can be nominated, so can this. https://mb.srb2.org/showthread.php?t=43708 Spinoff of the Doom-based Sonic Robo Blast 2. Currently online-only (with solo time-attack/ghost mode), but there's an in-game server browser, a good number of players around, and it plays great.
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    [GZDoom] Diabolus Ex v1.1

    Short, sweet, aesthetically stunning. A bit easy, but whatever. A full upload would have taken me forever, but I did capture the last few minutes of my first run through it, admittedly using a cocktail of other mods to crank up the sci-fi factor.
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    Skulldash Expansion - RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED

    Excellent! Hopefully the RPS coverage will give this new version the more widespread attention it deserves. Keep an eye on rockpapershotgun.com on Sunday afternoon.
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    Skulldash Expansion - RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED

    Is this still set for release on Sunday? No disasters forseen? I'm writing weekend news for Rock, Paper, Shotgun and wanted to give it a shout-out.
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    Solace Dreams - (Version 1.6.4)

    Because everything else in this game is so slick, it took me a while to realise why it all looked so funky... Turns out, the game may cleverly default to 1080p, but at 4:3 aspect ratio, making everything stretched out, warped and otherwise unpleasant to look at. You definitely need to add a few basic video options to the menu. Install-and-go is all well and good, but not quite like this. I just ran Doom2.wad so I could get to the video settings to fix it, then resumed the game as normal. Edit: 'vid_aspect 1' in the console works too
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