This article's title is really funny.
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I'm bored at work watitg for the bombcast.
Same. Can't wait for the GOTY series of bombcasts. Do those start next week or are they gonna post them on the last week of December?
Giant Bomb's "10 Days of 10 Games Better than Brothers" starts December 14th!
Anyone try buying the teleporters yet? I found the active one in the mine already, but does buying one let you add a new one to a teleporter network or just replace the one you found in the mine (i.e. only one teleporter exists at a time)?
I'm really enjoying the game.
Echoing many other's statements about how Ryan was someone they felt like they knew. We may have just listened to him on a podcast and seen his work on the site, but Ryan was (and the rest of the crew is) a regular part of my week. I look forward to the podcast every Tuesday.
Again, condolences to all that are devastated by this loss.
This page lets me specify several things in that large right-hand column, but I can't specify concepts.
This is one title I wish would take the Mega Man 9/10 approach... release new games with the same look and feel as the first two.
The next best thing is out there because Doom still has an active mapping community. A good start is doomworld.com's Cacowards which round up some of the best community map packs from the year.
Better late than never:
Hey duder, it's 2012, I hope you're still playing Doom. I'd love to hear what you think about the new Doom 3 stuff that's coming out. I played through Doom 2 on XBLA and recently went through Doom 1 when it was re-released and am currently watching Breaking Brad's Doom conclusion.
Couldn't care less about the Doom 3 re-release. I loved it when it came out but I've never had the desire to go back to it.
Do you feel that a new, DooM-style FPS would be successful in 2012? Something with the more abstract just-for-fun level design, secrets, key hunting, enemies that require different strategies, "mobility as defense" instead of tank-style resistance, with updated graphics, and a basic plot but little to no cutscenes or rail sequences.
Not quite the same thing but I think people enjoyed the Serious Sam remakes or re-releases a few years ago. I'd rather just play Doom though, there are always new community-created WADs to play through.