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Game Movies - DOOM 3

A DOOM 3 movie is now available, what looks like a direct-feed version of a G4/TechTV piece, though the clip does not seem to be on the network's own website. The move features various id principals discussing the game, including John Carmack and Kevin Cloud, along with some in game footage. The clip is available on Doom3Maps.de, with the 12 MB download mirrored on 3D Gamers, Doom3HQ.net, Gamer's Hell, GenGamers, and Tiscali Games. Update: A higher-resolution rendition of this movie is now available on some of these mirrors. Also, the Need for Speed Underground 2 Website now offers the E3 trailer from the upcoming streetwise installment in this hard-driving series. The clip is available in low and high resolutions.

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85. Re: more posts Jul 23, 2004, 16:05 Ronin
 
I actually completely downloaded this one, but only watched a part of it, at which point I realized I was seeing more than I wanted to.

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84. more posts Jul 23, 2004, 16:04 Ronin
 
This thread needs more posts to move it up.

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83. Re: Optimistic! Jul 19, 2004, 10:17 ScareCrow
 
I'm not even sure x800 or the 6000 line of cards have been imported yet either anways the stock would'nt be a tenth of what's to be found in the us.

I checked, and the cards are listed on kompletts website, but the date of in stock:) is listed as unconfirmed, basicaly that means, whenever. (kinda like the realease date of dnf or hl2.)

PS. (why can't I edit my post)

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82. Re: Optimistic! Jul 19, 2004, 10:12 ScareCrow
 
Ya I'm sure there some great ways getting good card's
but guys I'm on the other side of the planet, (punching in from Norway here!) so I'm sticking to my own guns,
I'm not even sure x800 or the 6000 line of cards have been imported yet either anways the stock would'nt be a tenth of what's to be found in the us.

 
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81. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 21:09 nin
 
nin: I think he's trying to say if you buy it with a replacement plan, it can "break" and return it and trade up to a new card.


I'm sure he is. But I had a very bad experience with CUSA and video cards, and was out $60 because of it. I'll never buy a video card (or anything that I can get elsewhere) there again.



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80. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 20:33 sponge
 
nin: I think he's trying to say if you buy it with a replacement plan, it can "break" and return it and trade up to a new card.

 
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79. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 19:16 nin
 
the lesson here is - always buy videocards at compusa with their replacement plan

Or better yet, don't buy compusa at all, and get it at newegg...

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78. Bwaha Jul 18, 2004, 18:56 Fleer
 
System Requirements, eh? How about THIS badboy...

Pentium III 1 ghz
256 Megs of RAM
GeForce 2 GO

Haha I got FarCry to run, so bring on Doom3! :-)

 
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77. No subject Jul 18, 2004, 16:47 Xero
 
I'm very mad about cards recently. Mainly cause I bought a GF FX5950 Ultra and the new line of cards were announced a month later. The price I paid for my Ultra, I could have gotten the X800. Sure it would have been nice to have the latest though I'm not worried one bit about how Doom 3 will run. Letme give you an idea. On my old 800mhz AMD Athlon with a Geforce 2 GTS 32mb and 512mb SDram, I was able to run the Alpha although I wouldn't recommend it . Now since I've gotten my new rig(though not new nowadays), Pentium 4 2.6ghz 800Bus, 1024mb DDRam, geforce fx 5950 ultra, I tried the Doom 3 alpha again. It ran FLAWLESS. Keep in mind the Alpha was just about zero optimized for any video cards and system besides the one they used to to show it. The alpha version alone should give a hint(it was like 0.02). So after all this time I'm quite sure the final version has been optomized to hell. This will make me happy because now I know I can handle it perfect as it was in alpha state, plus put the graphics up to whatever it lets me. Cheers lads!

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76. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 16:29 gulo
 
the lesson here is - always buy videocards at compusa with their replacement plan

 
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75. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 13:55 ScareCrow
 
Ya aint it a bitch I lost my mind and ordered my system online just two days
before ati and nvidia launched their new series of cards,
Farcry runs pretty smooth in 1024*768 4fsaa 2ani.

 
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74. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 13:50 cia
 

If you had only waited, you could have snagged the x800!

Such is the price of progress. Also, 1GB ram is a little slim.

 
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73. Re: Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 12:29 kyleb
 

And no I'm not loaded, I just forsake a few things, like food.


and they said videogame makes you fat.

 
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72. Optimistic! Jul 18, 2004, 09:55 ScareCrow
 
Since I am one of those geekboys that has actualy upgraded my system specs for this game (and Half life2) twice already He he..........:(
I feel slightly vindicated buy the system req's from
http://www.doom3portal.com/info/systemreq.php I was already considering adding som watercoolant and overclock.

(currently playing with a)
3ghz p4
abit IC7-g
1g corsair ddr333 ram
9800xt
and totaly 200gb storage.
this rig but me back about a grand $

Sorry I just needed to toot my own horn here, and spacecaptain you need som serius help and alpha (when the version number read 0.02 that should be a clue) very far from any finsihed product(probably wrong thread)
Looking forward to d3, hl2,ph33r etc,

And no I'm not loaded, I just forsake a few things, like food.

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71. Re: I DO hope this game won't suck... Jul 18, 2004, 09:27 rkone
 
Well they did mention you can use computer consoles to control machines, open doors, etc. Also the techtv movie had a few npcs in it, but I think the pcgamer review said their wasn't much in that respect.

as for the guy who can't get 32bit colour, it's probably because you're running 2 monitors at such a high resolution that you don't have enough memory on your video card to support that colour depth. All monitors support 32bit colour (they just don't display it).

 
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70. Re: Darn Monitors Jul 18, 2004, 09:27 Yakumo
 
32 bit colour is 24bit colour with an 8 bit alpha channel.
so, if your monitor can do 24bpp, it can do 32bpp.

you guys need to diferentiate between what is your monitors limitation, and your graphics cards.

 
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69. I DO hope this game won't suck... Jul 18, 2004, 09:12 Eldaron Imotholin
 
To me.. it looked like a perfect game ----> Graphically.
But I wonder how interactive the environment is.. and if you get to see some NPC.
So far it looks like you're the only surviror and all you have to do is blaze your way thru it, just like the original Doom.. but with the newest technolely.
I'm waiting for the demo before I buy this game, cuz I ain't doin it for graphs only!

 
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68. Re: Darn Monitors Jul 18, 2004, 09:09 Mr. Tact
 
32 million colors? What standard is that? Are you talking about 10-bit per channel or what? There are no monitors which support 32 million colors. 16m is max

Well, according to my monitor settings there is something called "True Color" which is 32 bit perhaps he meant 32 bit color? How many colors do you get with 32 bit color?

2**32 = 4,294,967,296



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67. Re: techtv & rtcw2? Jul 18, 2004, 09:01 DG
 
there's a video clip of the techtv/rtcw2 slip now -
http://www.rtcw.jolt.co.uk/index.php?page=&action=show&id=10248

 
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66. Re: techtv & rtcw2? Jul 18, 2004, 07:55 Ray Marden
 
Well, I think all the other big engines (Source, CryEngine, Unreal 3, Serious) have their own benefits. I am still interested in seeing how well Doom 3 tech actually scales to large, massive levels, too.

Awaiting the comeback of....the build engine! :o,
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