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Thread: The crazy ass chainsaw zombie..!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2002


    It's a Doom 3 screen, I have reduced it to 800x600 due to dialup users.
    If ya want a high res up till 1280+ for wallpaper etc contact me..

    I think it's awesome, imagine running into somethin' like that! Best to wear dipers.. :eek: :laugh:

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    I think I am one of the few people that is actually more excited about Doom3 than Half Life 2. For a long time I wanted to relive the fear of the moaning sounds whilst blasting mutha-****a's that are popping out everywhere and the blood is flying. Doom was a *great* way to reduce stress, and it is amazingly fun. The engine is incredible. I myself run a 800x600 desktop so that shot is good for me. Thanks a lot man, that is the best Doom3 screenie I have ever seen.

    *BFK4ever shuts up and sits back in anticipation*
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