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Doom III Map Review: Make It to Morning

DOOM Wad Station, a fan site specialized in giving reviews of DOOM 1/2/3 maps, inter alia, has written a review of Make It to Morning, a hard boiled Single Player map released last month on this site. Thanks to it giving useful tips on how to get away with it, you might want to give it a second go if it had caused you problems. The site also offers a downloa...

 

Doom III "Great works of art never die. Neither do some video games."

Classic DOOM 3 may not be a finalist of the 2006 IGF Mod Competition however it got a special mention on a IT website, TMCnet, through an article narrating the exploits of two mod teams who have done a fantastic job at recreating two classic old-school titles: Ultima 5: Warriors of Destiny (RPG released by Origin Systems in 1988) and ... oh well yall know th...

 

Doom III John Carmack Interview #2

Another Q&A session featuring John Carmack has been posted at Kikizo Games. Amongst the topics of discussion are DOOM RPG, the DOOM movie and a few words but not much about id's current doing. Kikizo: The Doom movie: how much were you personally involved with it, and what do think of the final result? Carmack: I intentionally stayed completely out of t...

 

Doom III John Carmack Email Interview

A few months ago, Gamesblog ran a short Q&A over email with id's technical director John Carmack about, for the most part, the compelling cellphone title DOOM RPG and the future of mobile gaming. Keith Stuart: I interviewed Peter Molyneux recently and he argued that the videogame industry is too cautious and brand-obsessed these days - he theorised that i...

 

Doom III GameCloud's "Games In 2005-2006" Feature - Not Everyone Enjoyed DOOM 3

For about a week, GameCloud runs a series of Q&A with various figures from the game industry. They talk about this year's games, their favorites and those that have disappointed them, the important events that happened in the industry and their expectations for 2006. Albeit DOOM 3 was released in 2004, it is cited in three of these, right after this question...

 

Doom III Quake II: Lost Marine Developer Interviewed

Gamecloud has conducted a Q&A with Thearrel McKinney, the lead developer behind the DOOM 3 TC Quake II: Lost Marine and more recently author of a CTF map for Quake 4 called The Fallen Shrine III. He's also the founder of the game development studio Futrix Studios which this week unveiled their first projects. The interview brings out the details about the...

 

Doom III Today's Main Event: DOOM 3 Vs. Quake 4

A few days ago, a Linux website performed a series of tests on both Quake 4 and DOOM 3 for Linux to see which one of both would produce the most blood .. err .. FPS. Here's the conclusion of their experimentations. In many respects, the Quake 4 game-play is incredibly similar to that of Doom 3; however, its frame-rate is evidently different. When perfo...

 

Doom III New ATI Tool to Boost DOOM 3 Performance

ATI Technologies Inc. have produced a "tool" optimizing significantly the way their boards deal with antialiasing. The end result is that all OpenGL-based games now perform a lot better with AA enabled, and especially with DOOM 3 for which sources withing ATI have observed a 35% boost in performance. This fix will be rolled into the upcoming CATALYST 5.11...

 

Doom III Rosamund Pike and The Rock Interviewed

SCI FI Wire has posted up the summary of two interviews they did recently with two actors from the movie. While Rosamund Pike (Reaper's sister in the movie) admits that she's a bit disappointed that her character didn't get to do all the action that her partners did, Dwayne Johnson recounts how impressed he was when he first met the heavy, really heavy Bio-F...