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  1. Kelzam

    No early Doom review copies for anyone

    Is there even a point to reviews anymore with all the edgy pseudo-reviewers these days trying desperately to be the Howard Stern "shock jock" of the gaming world? It's hard to be bothered by this fact when frankly there's a huge lack of any integrity or opinions on games anymore that isn't being exaggerated to sensationalize one's opinion for the sake of more views/watchers/subscribers. As evidenced by this thread, whether there's reviews or not, some asshats are going to cancel their order as evidence of the game "sucking", and if you're that easily swayed then you're probably impressionable enough to throw a tantrum because someone that barely qualifies as an intelligent lifeform can't find their way out of a dark corner and deems it "bad".
  2. Doubly thanks, that did the trick! I'll use this thread to ask any other random questions about DB64, which I'm sure I might have. I'll post some progress shots later when I have more to show, everyone. Thanks, again!
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    Post a picture of yourself!

    Just turned 30 this last February. I've been around actively or lurking since I was in high school. Still get carded everywhere, though.
  4. Grabbed D64 EX and the D64 Builder. No joke about the lighting being a bit of a pain, but it's pretty damn awesome. Getting back into the flow of things pretty quick. I think I'll be doing all the lighting after the map is done, heh. Does anyone know how to get the door textures to work properly? What would be 128x128 textures normally are 64x64 quadrants (4 pieces) of a door. In some cases like the door across the hall, the inverse side is missing. I don't think there's a way to flip a texture on it's X axis, is there? If so I haven't found it.
  5. I've been away from the community and editing since about 2006-2007 so it's been close to 10 years, haha. Newdoom.com was still a thing back then :P Or well, in it's death throes, anyway. Edit: Actually looking at my Blog I've made like one post a year since then :P But haven't actively been editing or keeping up for years.
  6. Hey everyone, I've been away for a long time and some friends talked me into picking back up the hobby, and I have a few questions. 1st.) What are the best editor options out there, these days? I started out using DeepSea and was using Doom Builder before I quit and it seemed like one (if not the) best builders at the time. Are there any other "must have" resources out now? 2nd.) What source ports are out there now? I enjoyed using DOOM 64 resources when editing and was using a resource WAD, editing in DOOM 2 using jDOOM at the time because of the advanced light object placement and a lot of stuff. I know ZDoom was always a big thing here on Doomworld, so suggestions on which source port to work with? Thanks for any suggestions/advice, in advance. I'd be surprised if many are still here from 10 years ago when I left besides some of the mods, but it's good to be back. The last project I was working on was so many years ago I don't even know where I'd start.
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    Unpopular Opinions

    If you're gay, you should treat it as part of who you are, rather than the sum of who you are. From my personal experience, it saves you a lot of grief.
  8. Kelzam

    So, how old are you ?

    27 come Monday. I think I originally registered here when I was 16 or 17 or so.
  9. Kelzam

    Netgear Routers

    Because he doesn't know about that web page, and isn't all that technologically savvy. I agree. Out of context it probably sounds like a dick move, and even with the context it still may. The fact is, it involves an addiction and a collective attempt at intervention. Could you explain/elaborate on that?
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    Netgear Routers

    With my Netgear router, when you block a website and someone tries to pull it up, the router puts up a black page with giant red text stating that said website has been blocked. What I'd like to know, is if there is any way to make it so that the page comes up as a 404 or 504 error or something on the order of that, so it isn't blaringly obvious that the website is blocked and just looks like it's down on the website's end. Anyone have any ideas? If it helps, the Router firmware version is V1.1.2.2.
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    Musicians Thread

    I post some of my stuff in Blogs here but a lot of stuff I work on or collaborate on with my roommate I haven't uploaded. I started a YouTube channel to post demos and stuff as I get around to them. http://www.youtube.com/clchaotix Mostly dabbling in atmospheric/ambient/electronic.
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    Moreso he continues to prove that as long as politicians' decision making is based on party mentality rather than cause, no matter how idealistic you are and what you promise you won't be able to get anything done.
  13. [QUOTE]Captain Red said: You dislike games becasue they are not exactly like the games you played when you where 12.
  14. There's several games I currently like that don't play like Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog - Portal 2, Dead Space 2, Starcraft 2, among some others. They all actually expanded on themselves and managed to do new things instead of existing to be cash cows. The developers actually tried to innovate and top what people liked in their originals, instead of going with some half-baked idea meant to get another Money Maker out ASAP. I dislike games like CoD that supply ample cutscenes and hyper-realism in place of a decent story, characters and a setting that I haven't been to a hundred times before. Part of video games and the entertainment industry in general used to let you use your imagination - there's no room for imagination or creativity in most of the shit the masses are eating up now. Game developers might be businesses in the end, but at least they used to have passion and vision. Now for many it's about survival and selling product as soon as possible (and the world is so miserable that it's taken the bate and will buy anything). I'm not someone who automatically hates a game or sequel because it doesn't play off of the experience of it's older 90's counterparts or hit the spot for nostalgia - not by a long shot. Hell, for example I loved Doom 3 where many didn't, and I've rarely if ever complained about it. I gave it credit where others didn't in that id tried to modernize DOOM but they did so in their own style and spent years developing it to get it to line up with their vision of the game instead of pushing it out half-assed.