Here's a little weekend project I made and posted on my new YouTube channel. Horror game fans/fanatics (Myself included) will remember Doom and
Doom 3. Take it or leave it, it was a scary, dark and brooding game for its day. Being a PC gamer who played the original back in the day, Yeah, I'm
that old. When Doom 3 was on the horizon, I made sure I had the PC power to max its details out.
I Built a tower that could not only run this but HL2 and Far Cry maxed, After a few NVIDIA's quick, nimble and responsive Beta drivers tech team
developers releases I wasn't disappointed
In this video I laid down 4 different audio tracks from the game to help create the back story to these originally audio only recordings in the game
as well screens of this beautifully created nightmare realm to create hopefully something more both more darkly foreboding and a richley unnerving
So, for what its worth Enjoy
edit on 30-9-2020 by SLAYER69 because: (no reason given)
I, too, am one of the old gamers who never really grew out of it. I remember when my older bro let me play one of the first computer games the
scientists developing COBAL had made for themselves back in the 1970's... it was a "Star Trek" game, mostly text, with stuff like: 3 Romulans are
approaching, fire phasers? Y/N? Heh. At least it was better than Pong.
One odd thing I noted when replaying some of the earlier games is that my brain had supplied the graphics back before they were advanced. I was
surprised that the original DOOM was so blocky and basic.
So, good effort.
With improving graphics and neural tech, it occurs to me we might be in a PlayStation 10 game called "The Demise of the American Empire."
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