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I saw voxel Doom when they released the video and thought "It still looks like shit, but in 3D." That or Minecrap.
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TeamHavocRacing wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 12:21 pm I saw voxel Doom when they released the video and thought "It still looks like shit, but in 3D." That or Minecrap.
I guess it's a tough sell if you didn't like the original game. But, as you can see in the video, making 3d models for Doom that aren't a disaster isn't easy. Even the official sequels "re-imagined" them into generic aliens that just happen to look exactly like what every 3d artist with z-brush poops out.

Ideally I'd want something that looks like this only 3d. Easier said than done!
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I'm still wondering why so many people have to look backwards instead of creating the most realistic MODERN version. Doom Eternal is what I'm thinking. Reimagine it in there!
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TeamHavocRacing wrote: Sat Sep 24, 2022 12:02 pm I'm still wondering why so many people have to look backwards instead of creating the most realistic MODERN version. Doom Eternal is what I'm thinking. Reimagine it in there!
Nostalgia. That's why we're still playing Doom remakes 30 years later.

And don't re-imagine it. Make it look like what the original would have done if it weren't restricted by hardware limitations.

I think Doom Eternal's artwork is much nicer than Doom 3 BTW. Doom 3 was cool technology but I hated what they did to the Doom monsters. Doom Eternal is much more faithful to the original even if it's not exactly what I'd want.
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One of my old favorites was Soldier of Fortune 1 and 2. It was controversial because of the 200 different points on the body that can be separately damaged or blown off. Gory yes, but it was remarkable work. No chance anyone could sell a title like that ever again.
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R.I.P. Loretta Lynn. I sure didn't like her music, but I sure loved what she did for amateur motocross!
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Was sad to hear about Loretta. Not to fear though, that amateur event turns that cow pasture into a money pit so I have no doubts her estate will keep the race.
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