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Old 08-10-04, 01:10 PM   #34
Kamel
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Default Re: Disappointments in doom 3

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Originally Posted by Moot
Before I start complaining I’ll first say over all the game is awesome. But there are some things that are lacking…

- Does anyone other than me remember “exact pixel damage skins” ? It seems that feature didn’t make it. Doom 3 version 0.02 alpha, or what ever it was, had them.
- Another feature I don’t think made in into the game is “per polygon damage” (not 100% sure on this one)
doom3 uses hitboxes, just as nearly every other game. this puts less load on the network, makes cheats less likely, and puts way less strain on the processor of the host (which is already a very high amount).
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hardware murdered so far: geforce 5900u, deceised: sat on it. geforce 6600gt deceised: improperly mounted heatsink. 3 asus a7n8x-e deluxe motherboards, deceised: unsure. mobile amd xp2600 processor, deceised: chipped core due to compusa heatsink. dfi lanparty ultra b, deceised: unsure, third memory bank went out. samsung cd burner 48x40x48, deceised: unsure, will only read pressed cd's very slowly. samsung TH552C dvd burner (dual layer), deceised: same as other samsung . 10gb seagate 5200rpm drive, deceised: tried fixing a pin that was pushed into the drive by inserting an ide cable upside down. 40gb maxtor drive, deceised: maxtor manufacturer. 80gb western digital, deceised: unnatural causes. swan xt10, deceised: brutal pre-meditated murder, even video taped (it wasn't y2k compliant). logitech mx510, deceised: death by electricution. ati remote wonder, deceised: death by electricution.
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