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A post-mortem is generally written post-release, documenting the pros and cons of production, what could of been done better and without, on top of what was done right. Dissappointed to see nothing of the sort. Then again, this isn't Gamasutra. lol
Would look great without a sharpen filter. It always makes things look like a Photoshop mess.
You don't have to learn to mod anymore. You just have to learn how to make games, which in turn help you mod games. People want to create original content now, leading into making games they can sell and not mods that require the ownership of a game. Different kind of world now. I don't mind it.
They were also made before mods changed the core code of the game so they these were a lot more compatible than you would think.
Same installation instructions as EVER DOOM MOD.
Not a mod, but a full game.
It always seems more appealing to us more than the developers.
Thats like saying, reality still feels like reality for some reason.
Its the cryengine....of course.
So my question is, how does the explosion end? You have the transition between the start and end but how does it transition between end to nothingness?
Now thats the sort of night that games need to have. I'm sick of the typical full moon lighting everything night time.
Based on the amber glowing symbol of the Dharma logo, I would say you must solve the Aperture and/or Black Mesa first before you get an inkling of what the center one is.
Are those buildings casting shadows? That would mean you you made the static meshes characters? Or some other technique?
I don't know about you but I think this mod is translating it well perfectly. From the looks of it, the maps are pretty faithful without an overkill on making it look like Doom 3 or some modern game. Its like a Doom 3 version of what Doomsday Engine did to the classics. Nothing wrong about that.
Or just stick with a horse and put in some time? Like the good ol days? This is generally the same distance in the original game, but now you get to see that distance!
This is actually a really cool project. I would love it to get some more love from the community. One can say this makes Doom an open world game (Since it makes the whole game one giant map). Although it would be cool to see if its possible to tie maps together to make it one open world project. Doom Strife. Anyways, cool idea. Looking forward to trying it out.
Wait, machine for pigs wasn't scary? Hmmm, I must of played a different game.
You mean Wolfenstein 3d?
What are you talking about? Programming is the biggest part of this project, else it'll just look like a mess. Doom RPG is completely different from the usual Doom game.
Yes. No underwear, just a sock! ^_^
I absolutely love the logo. I take it thats the new logo? If so, I'm glad it is being rebooted. I'd love to see where it goes as I love 'the Arrival', but I'd like to see something new done with the mythos.
I love this baby, but you know, I feel that its more than possible for the rebirth to look like the Header Image more than it does now. I'd love to see that to be honest.
You should of tried polycount.
I didn't realize how hard it is to understand 'Responsibility and Regularity'. I don't know if its the sad generation of today or people don't understand 'responsibility' and 'work on a regular basis'....oh wait, ignore something you don't understand instead of asking questions.
I would expect angry people to go through the comments on the page for some answers and not blatantly asking the same old pathetic question? Glad you posted an article on the subject Gambini.
Perfectionism didn't keep DNF from us. Wasting money kept it from us. It could of been done right with the right management.
Thank you so much for revealing the true nature of the Source Engine. This short alpha made me feel like I was playing one of those adventure mods in Crysis. This is a grand feat. Beautiful lens flares, lens dirt, fancy bloom, and spectacular lighting. THe environmental lighting is probably the best part of this mod, aside from making a mod that feels like its own, without being overbearing in the horror department. *cough*Hellsound*cough*grey*cough*
Im looking forward to seeing the project progress. I kinda want to get back into Half-Life 2 modding, but damn, Unity and UDK are taking up way more of my time and provide a fruitful pipeline for my projects....Was most of the visual effects done through extensive programming? Or did you just reveal the features provided in the current Source Engine build?
Now that I played Alpha 5, I think i'm satisfied enough to hold out until the final release. :D Thanks for such a fine experience on the source engine. There have been real talent showing lately for this engine...(I'm tired of all the 'Half-Life' universe generic mods and abundance of multiplayer games)
Usually when you move the mouse, you change the camera orientation, revealing the environment. Walking around doesn't change the orientation. It is facing the same direciton, so the engine doesn't generally need to load/unload any data as often as looking around. Its common sense that this will reveal fps issues. Try turning off some of the features in the 'Estranged Options' menu.
Flashlight. Lower the shadows quality in the settings. Or don't use flashlight at all....which just isn't possible in the mod. lol