What a stupid question, ofcourse its worth buying!
Scarface8904Now I dont want to start a war but I thought that Doom 3 would be almost like Half-life 2. Now I havent played D3 or HL2. I just think Doom 3, a game with great graphics shouldnt make bodys disappear. A game with graphics like Doom 3 are meant to let the bodys stay visible and not disappear. Half-Life 2 has ragdolls and the bodys dont disappear. I just think Id has messed up with the body disappear stuff. One thing I saw in Doom 3 also that I despised is that the trites and little monsters blow up when you shoot them. I saw them blow into guts and gore. i think by seeing the game, its only downfall is the dead bodys.
Bodys dont disappear, only the Demons bodys that returns to Hell. Security zombies and regular zombies dont disappear. Dedan
Not true Dedan. Human bodies disintegrate when they take enough damage.
And the demons' bodies do not return to Hell. This disintegration also occurs in there.
And who said there's no ragdoll? :lol:
So, with all the fuss about the disintegrating bodies; has anyone tried one of the mods that prevents that?
Might be worth a shot if you don't want them to disappear. Although, I do with the same thing Majic said. I was thinking SoF2's system would work very beautifully in this game.
I heard that the game scares the sh*t out of you, but I just want to be sure.
Yes indeed halo, I can confirm that it does. The game's dark corridors, combined with the very errie and discomforting ambient sounds/music filling the halls of ever area and the zombies'/demons' constant tendency to creep up on you or jump out at you anywhere from right in front to a random darkened corner makes for an, although slow-paced, intensely frightening atmosphere. I guarrantee that this game will have you on-edge for the vast majority of your time spend playing it. It is a purchase you will not regret. :evilgrin:
Announcement: I am merging all threads containing discussion for those of us who have yet to purchase their copy of Doom 3 and wish to collect enough info on it to do so.
Yes, play the demo, I was a bit skeptical of how good Doom 3 was actually until I played it. Screenshots don't do Doom 3 justice. I'm getting it myself soon.
Indeed, that is probably most advisable at this point. However, I'm sure that what I previously stated will come to apply.