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  1. Maggle

    got hit by a car.

    Get well soon, dude!
  2. Maggle

    remove the "File reviews" panel

    No. Idgames is the legacy download section. The reviews on the panel are the reviews for the files on the in-site download section.
  3. Maggle

    remove the "File reviews" panel

    I'm not really a fan of user-generated reviews on any site, since the overwhelming majority of them tend to be 5 stars and "it sucks" or 1 star and "EPIC!!!!", which doesn't even make sense, but that's the way it is. People don't tend to put much effort into them, they're in a rush to say something about it real fast, even if that something is overly-simplistic and doesn't say a whole lot. There's the occasional well-written, well constructed review, but that doesn't happen often. A few in this thread said it introduced them to projects they previously overlooked, and I agree with that, but that's the only way in which file reviews are helpful. As reviews, they're useless, just as reviews on iTunes and Newgrounds are useless.
  4. Maggle

    Dogs

    That's an instant follow from me. Doggos are great!
  5. Maggle

    Beyond Hell

    DMT in thread form.
  6. Maggle

    Beyond Hell

    This thread is great, even though I have no idea what is going on.
  7. Maggle

    Worst Doom music track

    The Venn Diagram of people who refer to "Running From Evil" as D_RUNNIN and people who are sick of hearing "Running From Evil" is just one big circle.
  8. The framing of the question's a little weird, since it's kinda hard to compare the work of a single dev team to an entire community. But if we're going by megaWADs only, I'd say pretty early, at around the late 90s/early 2000s. That's when stuff like Final Doom, Requiem, and Icarus came out, which had a very similar design philosophy, but with more detailed architecture and a heightened challenge. That's something I personally get a lot more enjoyment out of than Doom II.
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