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  1. Antroid

    Doom 64 (2020) issues

    Just ran into this myself, on the switch. It's pretty stupid. Hope it gets fixed soon because I don't feel like replaying this broken map yet again for a while.
  2. Antroid

    New Doom Should Have Been Its Own Universe

    It would be nice to believe that :_(
  3. Antroid

    New Doom Should Have Been Its Own Universe

    I've posted about these things enough in the steam discussions back in the day. Pretty much re-reported the bugs in every official bug report thread for a while. Not to mention complained a lot about the changed levels :> I didn't think increasing my level of pestering by DM'ing any of them would be appropriate. Besides, surely they must be aware of the issues at this point.
  4. Antroid

    New Doom Should Have Been Its Own Universe

    Bit of a late response, but not to my knowledge, no. They were saying it would be a possibility, but I have not seen the OG maps uploaded anywhere. The editor isn't officially out either AFAIK, and hell, they haven't even fixed some really glaring bugs still in the game, like the turrets in the first room of level 5 shooting at floor height instead of from their barrels and some other stuff like that.
  5. Antroid

    thoughts on DOOM 64?

    Cooool. Thanks for explaining. This is a fantastic incentive to play Doom 64 again and not just buy it to own it.
  6. Antroid

    New Doom Should Have Been Its Own Universe

    I'm just happy you didn't change any of Doom 64's levels, if you know what I mean ;) *cough*Turok2*cough*
  7. Antroid

    thoughts on DOOM 64?

    Does the Doom 64 port just include the new episode from the start? I bought it for the switch and I got it on Steam for my DE preorder, but I didn't notice any new episodes (admittedly I only ran it once and just played the first level real quick for no good reason).
  8. Antroid

    thoughts on DOOM 64?

    Wait, I'm kind of out of touch on this whole thing, I was under the impression that it was yet to be released and now people are talking about its endtext and generally speaking as if it's already out. Is it out? Can I play it on my switch already?
  9. Antroid

    thoughts on DOOM 64?

    Love Doom 64, while I wouldn't call it the quintessential oldschool Doom experience because just like Doom 1&2 lack something that Doom 64 has, 64 similarly lacks some aspects of 1&2 that I enjoy. But it's really interesting, cool, and has IMO the best hell levels.
  10. Antroid

    Best Doom Game In The Series?

    This isn't the topic to be developing this sort of discussion, but personally I've always interpreted it as things just sort of manifested in Hell based on whatever it absorbed or something like that. So I never considered there'd be, like, factories in hell for attaching bazookas to demons, but rather demons with bazookas just started appearing after the technologically advanced humanity was its target. Of course in the new dooms it seems like all the tech on the demons is either the UAC's doing or possibly gonna be some other group (havent finished DE yet so who knows if the maykrs fucked with that as well).
  11. Antroid

    Best Doom Game In The Series?

    I quite like the weirder hell of Doom 2, I think it's a good counterpart to Doom 64's more traditional hell. Doom 1 was all over the place though. But Doom 2's works with the "hell on earth" theme quite well IMO, as if it either absorbed Earth's areas into itself or just transformed Earth into a hellish version. I appreciate the refreshing creativity behind it instead of yet another gothic architecture hell. It can be seen as, like, part Silent Hilly or something. (In fact, now that I think about it, I would probably vastly prefer well-realzied surreal silent hill 1-3 style environments to the traditional "earth but there's lava and flesh" cliches they ran with for DE.)
  12. Antroid

    Best Doom Game In The Series?

    It's really good, but some people wanted it to feel more like Eternal does and instead they got a slow, atmospheric game with jumpscares and much fewer enemies. There are minor flaws but it's a very well-made game, most of the criticism always comes from people having expected something else out of a Doom 3.
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    Best Doom Game In The Series?

    Standalone I would have to pick Doom 3 (would've struggled to pick between 3 and 64 had 64 been in the poll). The OG games aren't intense enough gameplay-wise most of the time for it to win me over against Doom 3's atmosphere (well, not anymore, at least), which is so thick you can cut it with a chainsaw. Doom 64 would've been up there by virtue of simply having my favorite hell levels out of all of them.
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    New Doom Should Have Been Its Own Universe

    Yeah I think it's some sort of alternate timeline/dimension thing. Wasn't there talk shortly before release (based on some leaks I didn't investigate) about a cyclical timeline of sorts being involved? Or was that just from the art book's little explanation of the ripatorium or player skins?
  15. Luckily they probably never have to worry about that being said in regards to 3d enemy models :>
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