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  1. New people are always welcome. To answer OP's question: Yes it's frustrating in a kill-stealing sorta way, but rationally...it does conserve that extra bit of ammo. :)
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    [WIP] Eviternity - A Boom Format Megawad

    Looks beautiful, Dragonfly. Agreed with @Csonicgo on the teal, it's really nice. There's quite an excellent diversity of architectural styles here too. The fifth screen in particular really took me, with the huge chains stretching across the map like that. Supreme. Can't wait to see more!
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    REKKR - V1.11

    Congrats on the release. Really stoked to play this one, it's probably been my most anticipated wad this year.
  4. I'll take MAP11. Finally a community project I can get behind!
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    Half-Life: Threshold

    Cool. Looks pretty neat so far. The little interactive bits of the player's house are cute. You say you're making it as a "what-if", does that mean that it'll be the same HL1 scenario told from yet another point of view?
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    Gordon Freeman and Doomguy switch places in games

    Is this a threat?
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    Gordon Freeman and Doomguy switch places in games

    Not much different. They both have the capability to solve basic environmental puzzles, carry lots of heavy weapons, and shoot monsters. Neither of them talk, and they both wear colorful suits. I honestly can't think of much difference between the two. Who says that Doomguy wasn't a nerd before anyways? He is Commander Keen's son after all.
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    Hellscreen - Doom clone

    Saw this on RPS. Looks awesome! It's described as level-based -- does this mean there won't be procedurally generated layouts? *Looks up* Question answered :)
  9. I finished the preview campaign last night, and it's great. This is probably my favorite throwback revival shooter yet, honestly. It's just packed with attention and care, and the levels are just beautiful. The main character is really likeable, and honestly I find it really nice to finally play a Build engine character that isn't a wise-cracking asshole all the time. Not to say I don't love characters like Caleb or Duke though, it's just a nice change of pace. She cracks wise here and there, but it mostly just comes across as confident rather than overtly comedic or "tough guy cool". The weapons handle well, though I'm hoping to see more creative ones in the full game. Build engine games are known for some of their unorthodox weapon designs, so I'd love to see the team tackle some weird ideas here too. I think my only complaints are that I don't much care for only having a sparse UI mode, and that the enemies aren't really all that memorable to me. They might grow on me after playing more, who knows. Over all really love the game, can't wait for more.
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    Level Scaling...

    I don't hate it. I like the idea of a game being consistently challenging at all levels, and I always hated how powerful you get towards the end of any RPG. I don't really find much fun in running around and one-shotting everything, even if they used to be big bads at the beginning of the game. That's mostly cause I like to go back and clean up side content in big RPGs after I've finished the main story, and I hate when it's suddenly a cakewalk because I'm way too overleveled for that content. With that said, it also comes across as pretty silly when enemies and the world scale their armor and weapons along with you as well. When everyone including random bandits and guards are running around in full elven and glass armors, it kinda takes away from their value and rarity a bit. I definitely think that not every battle should be a big epic struggle, but I still like the idea that even a low level bandit could possibly kill you if you approach them too casually. I mean, in Bloodborne (which I've recently finished my first NG of), you could still die to the lowest level Yharnamites in Central Yharnam if you just stood there and didn't bother attacking, or if you were silly enough to let them gang up on you or something. By the end of that game, you are one-shotting the lowest level enemies...but I still never found myself getting too comfortable anywhere in that world. I often see people say that with level scaling in place, you might as well just remove the leveling system altogether. Honestly I'd almost like to see an RPG without leveling, and you instead "leveled" through your adeptness at dealing with the world as you progress through it. I guess that is basically how Doom works. huh
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    here you go: https://doomwiki.org/wiki/Doom_cheat_codes
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    Barrels O' Fun - The Bane of My Existence

    But where else will I derive my self-worth if not through the validation of my opinions by other people?
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    Breathless [/idgames]

    Looks awesome. Probably too hard for me with all the cyberdemons, but it looks really nice. Will probably play it on tourist mode ;)
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    This wad perfectly matches the intensity and surreality of the dreams I used to have about Doom as a kid. A beautiful slice of an artist's personal vision of hell. 5
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    What makes Doom (2016) 78.5g?

    Well yeah, clearly. But this thread isn't about performance, it's about literal disk space usage ;) Actually, I think some games sort of do this now, where they download essential files first so you can begin playing the game before it's completely finished installing. Not entirely the same thing, but similar. But at the end, you still end up with the full installation on your disk. :P