In development since 2010, the 18th Cacoward winner and Moddb 2012 MOTY Editors Choice of Creativity Award Brütal Doom takes Doom into a whole new level. It makes the game much more violent than before. There's much more blood, plus it adds unique gibs, death animations, dismemberments, headshots, executions, fire and explosion particles, flares, shadows over all objects, and much more.
The whole world becomes more real and interactive.You can kick severed limbs and heads (and sometimes, use it to activate some traps in the map earlier, or even kick them against enemies to do some damage), you can shoot enemies' heads to deal more damage (and cause more gruesome deaths) you can destroy most things in the the scenario (trees, lamps, hanging bodies, etc), you can paint the floor, the walls, and even the ceiling with blood, you can push the explosive barrels to make traps, or grab them and use like an explosive weapon, you can silently take down enemies from behind and perform stealth kills, the chainsaw actually cuts the enemies in two. When you find the berserk pack and get super strength, you can perform cinematic executions and RIP AND TEAR your foes with your bare hands. Some enemies will scream in anguish and try to crawl away when near death, and they can be used as human shields, and much, much more

Everything in Brutal Doom is extremely intense. Everything sounds louder, looks bigger, moves faster, and hits harder. You can even fell the impact of explosions. Enemies are harder and smarter, and weapons and explosions are loud as fuck. Your weapons have been upgraded to a deadly arsenal, completely throwing the vanilla Doom's "progressive weapon system" through the window. Every weapon is powerful and have it's pros and cons, and a weapon will never be outclassed when you find a new weapon.You have new abilities too. With any weapon selected, you can press Q (default bind) to kick enemies at close range and send them away. Press F (default bind) to taunt enemy players, and Z or X (default binds) to wave to other players in cooperative modes.
Brütal Doom will make the good an old Doom have a new and fresh look. It will give you a reason to play all the Ultimate Doom, Doom 2, and Final Doom levels again. This mod also works with almost every megawad and map pack around. Take a breath, and prepare to RIP AND TEAR HUGE GUTS!!!!!

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5 comments by Sergeant_Mark_IV on Aug 12th, 2015

On v20b there will be a CVAR called "bd_blursphere". It can restore the invisibility power-ups (which are replaced by captured marines), or mix them, with a random chance of spawning each other.

And now, unlike in Vanilla Doom, the player is actually invisible, and you can confuse and trick enemies with it. Watch a demonstration here:


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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 7 2015 replied:

What do you mean? Because v20 is a mod in itself. If you mean the vanilla Doom games, you can pretty much get them at any online video game store.

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7e70626c@opayq.com
7e70626c@opayq.com Aug 9 2015 replied:

Or you could type doom2.wad into Google.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 9 2015 replied:

Or you could not be cheap and spare like five dollars to support the game.

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7e70626c@opayq.com
7e70626c@opayq.com Aug 9 2015 replied:

You mean send money to Bethesda? No.
Literally everything in doom2.wad can be found online anyways, so there's no point, by that I mean other public wads.

Also it's 10 euro.
For 10 euro I could get you two damn copies of CS:GO.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 9 2015 replied:

Good for you. But supporting piracy is not okay.

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7e70626c@opayq.com
7e70626c@opayq.com Aug 10 2015 replied:

No such thing as "supporting piracy", you either do it or not do it, your choice.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 15 2015 replied:

Nice attempt at a loophole. But commiting the act is supporting it.

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7e70626c@opayq.com
7e70626c@opayq.com Aug 17 2015 replied:

That's not a loophole...
"Supporting" means "give assistance to".
That means if I was "supporting" piracy I would be uploading torrents of Doom.

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pa1nki113r
pa1nki113r Aug 7 2015 says:

You know, it's technically possible to instead of have all of these editions of brutal doom, we could just have one that contains them all (At least the notable ones).

It is totally possible to have a single file (it'll be rather larger of course) that could have Brutal Doom v20, Project Brutality, Sperglord, Enhanced, and Quaker's submod all in one without loading separate files.

Take a look here at PB for example, basically two different versions of BD in one:

Media.moddb.com

Just a thought of course

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 7 2015 replied:

I say if everyone is willing to do it. Go for it. I think it would work fairly well.

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hundsdorfex
hundsdorfex Aug 7 2015 replied:

I would love that!!!

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Fastclick
Fastclick Aug 7 2015 replied:

Sarge by himself, "bd-project-forkers" by their-self so... sad but not gonna happen.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 5 2015 says:

Saw Sarge's recent post on the Brutal Doom facebook page. So DOOM (The new one) is going to be restraining it's modding potential to assure cross-platform modding will work. Bad idea.

Cross-platforming in gaming is an idea that has been proven to fail. It ends up hurting the experience for everyone. (Counter-Strike GO is a perfect example for that.)

For one thing, it's a feature that not many people are going to use anyway. People generally stick within their own platforms when doing online/modding activities. Their groups. So why waste resources on a feature that will not see much service? It's pointless.

Secondly, it doesn't make sense from a software perspective. The developers said that the modding tools will be different on console and pc. How so? Will one be better than the other? If that's the case, then why bother trying to make them different? You're going to make them both weak to assure an unwanted feature will work anyway.

Again, what's the point?

Third, this is only going to crop the lifespan of the game in the long run. Players like a game where they can invent their own fun when they get bored of the vanilla content. That's one reason why DOOM is still a widely recognized name in the gaming industry. It allows many talented modders to make their own fun. Weak modding tools don't allow room for that.

I really hope they scrap this feature and do modding properly. This cross-platforming gimmick is not wanted or does it add to the experience.

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mastermaniac
mastermaniac Aug 7 2015 replied:

"Unwanted feature."

Glad you think you speak for everyone else, bro. That's really inspired.

Also, you don't know what they're limiting and how, so this all reads as nothing more than rage-mongering hysteria. You can step off your little soap box now.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 7 2015 replied:

Did I state anywhere that my opinion was fact and that I spoke on behalf of everyone, bro?

Rather than make assumptions based on what you apparently briefly glanced at. Try actually reading everything on the post before hammering away on the keyboard. You'll look less of a blabbering jackass next time.

Also, considering that the software is going to be very restrictive on what players can create. Using strictly only such things as premade props/level structures. That doesn't sound like a good advertisement for modding tools to a game. So frankly, it would be natural to be doubtful of it being good.

You can go **** yourself now.

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AllfatherofWalrus
AllfatherofWalrus Aug 7 2015 replied:

I honestly don't give a **** about what Sarge thinks of the game.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 7 2015 replied:

Ok and that has any relevance to this, how? This isn't Sarge's opinion. It relates to the article he posted for people to read.

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AllfatherofWalrus
AllfatherofWalrus Aug 7 2015 replied:

Sarge lost a lot of respect from me when he criticize Dom in an arrogant way.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 7 2015 replied:

Doom you mean? When was this?

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AllfatherofWalrus
AllfatherofWalrus Aug 8 2015 replied:

On his video titled "My reaction to the new Doom: Plasmagun and shotgun sucks"

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mastermaniac
mastermaniac Aug 8 2015 replied:

Oh my God, how could he say such a wretched, wretched thing?

How dare he have personal opinions?

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RicketyBadge
RicketyBadge Aug 5 2015 replied:

Nice Vote-Bait on your part. Weren't you the guy who said

"Anyone here an MLG Space Marine? Did you get a triple?"

http://www.gifbin.com/bin/102009/1255084355_kid-kangoroo.gif

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 5 2015 replied:

Me posting my thoughts on a subject and leaving it open for public response is called vote-baiting to you? That's quite sad.

Yeah, I did post that. So what?

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GaySteamBath
GaySteamBath Aug 5 2015 replied:

There we go...

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 5 2015 replied:

I'm not really going to fight. If that's what you mean.

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RicketyBadge
RicketyBadge Aug 6 2015 replied:

Lets not be petty here. The point I was trying to make is posting ridiculous, immature **** before-hand doesn't help your case. It seemed to me that you were giving of the "Wow, Look How Deep I Am!" Long Comment with a paragraph or two.

If you want to be taken seriously. Don't post the first thing that pops into your head.

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Calvinic
Calvinic Aug 6 2015 replied:

Ah, I understand your point now. I mistook your statement as in you were trying to start an internet fight with me.

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Highest Rated (138 agree) 10/10

BrĂ¼tal Doom clearly deserves a 10, for several reasons: First, it has been developed almost single handedly by a goodwill individual, who clearly has shown the outmost dedication and perseverance through 2 years of continued development, besides from being always open-minded and patient, hearing suggestions and criticism and enduring ludicrous amounts of flame-wars on some of the forums where the project was being discussed. Such professionalism must be taken in note. Second: the level of compromise…

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Brutal Doom is an over the top (and OVERRATED) mod for the classic DOS Doom games. The weapon sprites look nice and smooth... That is where the positives end I am afraid. The sounds within this mod are terrible (excluding voice acting), the weapons sound like water guns compared to the sounds of the enemies screams of pain (Seriously are you into sadism and shit bro?), the screaming blasts over every other sound going off, it is pure ear hell! The balancing of the mod is absolutely shagged: More…

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