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  1. Hellish Godzilla

    The story behind your custom avatar

    Mine is Ash Crimson from King of Fighters. He's become one of my favourite KOF characters over the years.
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    I want Doomslayer in Mortal Kombat 11

    I'd like to see the Doom Slayer in Killer Instinct (if only because of the Mick Gordon connection), but he really would fit better in Mortal Kombat. If Ed Boon stops teasing and actually drops Spawn into MK11, then the Doom Slayer should also turn up, IMO: ripping and tearing the Hellspawn is DS's specialty.
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    Random Image Thread

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    Doomworld's thread of adorable!

    I shill for Aggretsuko now.
  5. Movie Doomgirls. Evil dick demons. DEATH TO THE PATRIAR-- *gets punched by Revenants*
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    What Video Game Are You Currently Playing?

    Been working my way through the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. The collection itself isn't all it could have been (the Alpha Anthology and Anniversary Collection on PS2/360 are superior), but I appreciate having all the pre-SF4 games in one place. And I hadn't played SF1, New Generation or 2nd Impact before.
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    What are you listening to?

    Been spinning this new track by The Skull, a doom metal band formed by ex-members of Trouble. Their next album isn't out till September, but it should be worth the wait.
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    What is your favourite fighting game stage?

    Among many others, I like this stage from SF Alpha 2. The atmosphere is impeccable, even if the animation sometimes hurts the game's framerate: Also, Cammy's stage from Alpha 3, which looks like a great vacation spot in the Greek islands (but also very small in this post, so try here for the full-sized image):
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    Another DOOM movie being made?

    The evidence so far suggests we'll see an ensemble of marines. The set photos and videos posted to date show at least one woman and a couple men in military gear. I would never be bothered by a lone Doomgirl anyway, but one or more surrounded by Doomguys shouldn't cause any knee-jerk concern. With respect to that old debate, let's wait for details on the story.
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    Your favorite video game announcers.

    Nobody blink. Triumph, or die!
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    [GZDoom] Doom: But It's Completely Fucking Unplayable

    I would brag about beating Nuts 2 with this, but I turned off aim lag and view rolling and didn't 100% the level, so I may as well have fucking cheated. Anyway, I award this WAD a barf/10. Barf is a number now.
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    Worst Doom music track

    I don't especially dislike any track from Doom or Doom II, but I'd pick "In the Dark" as my least favourite. By the time it progresses meaningfully and catches my ear, 2 minutes have passed and it goes on for almost another 5. I'd think more highly of the track if it were shorter. I suppose I could've picked D_RUNNIN, but I actually still enjoy the guitar solo and overall mood. Mostly it suffers from being to Doom what [obnoxiously popular song] is to [famous and respected artist]. As for TNT's music, even when some of the tracks are strange and/or technically bad, I still find them charming. But "Cold Subtleness" is the hardest to endure. I love the mood it conjures, but as a composition, the track falls apart painfully. It really needed a once-over. "Let's Kill at Will" might be more painful and bland, but I've never felt its potential was squandered.
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    If Doom guy had a fighting game theme...

    For just the Doomguy, I pick "Ground Zero Funk" from Tekken 5. It sort of captures the sound of classic Doom and, by extension, him. But I like clone characters, so let's also assign the Doom Slayer his own theme. A Mick Gordon track is probably too obvious a pick, but "Type-03" does fit. Maybe some other time, I'll come up with picks for the Doom 3 Marine and/or Doom 64 Marine, not to mention other FPS protagonists.
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    Another DOOM movie being made?

    @StevenC21 For now, I'm content to wait for more details about the film. Maybe we'll get back into this if a female Doom Marine is confirmed. I've appreciated the discussion, though. It's given us some issues to think about, even if they end up not pertaining to the new movie.
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    Another DOOM movie being made?

    Let's draw up a list of elements that have traditionally comprised Doom up to this point. I won't pretend my list is complete, but this is all just off the top of my head. Whether or not my list is complete, we see these elements recur throughout the franchise. But they're far from constant. We see many subtractions, additions and modifications along the way. Doom 2016 has no Arch-Viles, but a similar enemy called the Summoner. Doom 3 lacks Arachnotrons, Spider Masterminds, and other elements established in the previous games, but adds several new types of demons and changes the appearances of old favourites. Doom 64 and PSX Doom have dark ambient music almost exclusively; they also contain new and exclusive maps, sometimes in place of old ones. And of course, we have the previous Doom movie, where the 4 or 5 types of demons have no connection to Hell, the protagonist talks, and none of the space marines wears green - among other deviations from the standard elements.* I won't bother cataloging all the ways in which Doom media have deviated from the first game. But clearly these media have deviated - sometimes for worse, sometimes for better, sometimes with no real consequence. I just can't treat a piece of Doom media as a Jenga tower, wherein one removal or change, no matter how small or great, leaves us with a not-Doom mess on the table. * The sum of these changes causes some people to say the movie isn't Doom, but I don't buy into that. I say this as someone who accepts Godzilla '98 as part of that franchise, though it inverts the monster's character and hurts to watch without Rifftrax.
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