Brewtal_Legend

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  1. shit man, I remember you from looong ago! what was your original name again? I recognize you by the avatar.

  2. I collect heavily for Gameboy/collor/Advanced myself. Doom/II are both on my want lists. But indeed they are expensive and definitely downgraded from the originals. My best advice is, visit local game stores or flea markets and gain a rap-ore with the owners/employees. Some will let you know when they come in. Also, it will be cheaper most likely buying from a retro local game store than looking on ebay. Above that, don't make an impulse buy if you can't afford it. I've been looking for copies for years. I make weekly trips to three different stores. Most will call me if something I really want comes in. I don't get anything on ebay mostly because of the prices and there is a certain thrill and satisfaction of walking in and finding just what you were looking for. I've passed up a few good ones in the past that are hard to find just because of the price before. Regretted it a bit, but life goes on. Some I did stumble on again later on when I actually did have enough disposable cash to pick them up. Lastly, how much do you actual play your gameboy? I play mine almost everyday and have a case which I cycle games in and out regularly of so I have a variety of choices. I also Have a genesis which I love, but don't get to be home enough to play it much at all. That's why I don't really collect for it. Gameboy on the other hand is worth collecting for since I play it a lot. If you play your gameboy a lot, I would say it would be worth it if you find it in the wild and can afford to drop the money at that moment without going broke. Happy hunting.
  3. That's nuts. I'm more concerned about why John wanted/needed to auction them off.
  4. I think that would be a really cool and rather fitting addition for DR. Nice and subtle, but quite cool and makes sense.
  5. Is there a way to adjust the amount of motion blur when it is activated? It looks pretty cool, but when playing with always run on, it becomes a bit much.
  6. Personally, I'd like to see a turn-based strategy game themed on Doom.
  7. Most of those super secret maps, like cat and mouse, weren't actually playable through the level campaign. They could only be played by accessing the super secret game menu and selecting them. To me, I think it would make the most sense to include those maps in their own separate mini-wad.
  8. I was just playing the latest release of ancient aliens from idgames with v 2.2.4 and the intermission screen that is displayed is the default doom2 bfg edition intermission screen. Terribly distorted as well due to the custom palette.
  9. Thanks. The second download gave me an error for some reason the first time, but worked fine the second time. Thanks for doing an xp version Brad. really appreciate it.
  10. Thanks Brad. I appreciate it. I'm going to be stuck on xp for a while and Doom Retro is my favorite post and actually got me back into playing doom from a bit of a hiatus when I first discovered your port. I was pretty disappointed when it looked like I wasn't going to be able to try the version that came out today which had some nice features/fixes I was looking forward to. Thanks again. Edit: Unfortunately, the link you gave me doesn't seem to work either and I get the same error message. :(
  11. The latest version no longer seems to work with windows xp. I get the "not a valid win32 application" error. Is there any chance of getting a windows xp compatible version?
  12. There is a utility included with the latest version of the tc which lets you do that exact thing.
  13. Legacy of Suffering which is a bit older, has a fun feel to it which looks similar to Doom 2016 but without the brutal-doomisms. It does have fast and frantic arena kuje gameplay though.
  14. The mancubus is really cool. Where did it come from? And is there a version in the regular doom pallette?
  15. A portable version would be nice in the future. I personally prefer settings files to be in the folder of the program I am using.