Doom III

Home-Single Player Map

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This is a well mapped single player map based off of the mapper's home. It has two stories, and several Havoc objects. Every room has a panel whwew you can turn on or off the lights. Some of the
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computers play the ID logo opening, and there is a small second level. That was a un-bias review of the map. Now I'll look at the Pros and Cons. We'll look at the cons first, because I like to leave on a positive note. **This map has the worst FPS I have ever seen. I have a medium tear graphics card, and I can run the game well at medium quality. I set it on the lowest possible settings, and I got, on average, 0.75-0.5 FPS. That's right, less than 1 Frame Per Second. Low end systems or anyone that cannot play the game well on high are not reccomended to play this. I believe that this is due to the fact that every room has 5-20 havoc objects that move every time an alien teleports in. The level would have been much more fun if it wasn't like looking at a bunch of shapshots from a photo album. *There wasn't enough ammo. Pros: *If it worked on my computer, I would imagine that this would be one of the most fun maps to play. The level did create a good atmosphere for a futureistic home, minus the ever abundant zombies. *Being able to turn off everything, including music, was fun and the extra bonus level was funny. Good for anyone with overclocked, uber high quality, uber powerful systems.
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Date Added:
08-21-2004
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