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DOOM 3 BFG Edition On Github, Timed For Oculus Rift 83

Posted by timothy
from the move-that-gigantic-cranium dept.
New submitter alexanderb writes "While DOOM 3 BFG Edition might not have blown most gamers' minds, it sure blew some hackers' minds by supporting the Oculus Rift head-mounted display. Now, id Software have put up the source code of the BFG Edition under the GPL in good time for the tentative Oculus Rift release date, 12/12/12."
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DOOM 3 BFG Edition On Github, Timed For Oculus Rift

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  • Re:Why the hate? (Score:4, Insightful)

    by GreggBz (777373) on Tuesday November 27, 2012 @03:37PM (#42108145) Homepage

    Yea, I don't get it either. I remember first playing the Demo. The graphics and lighting blew my mind. The game got glowing reviews when it was released. Then about a month later Half Life 2 came out and everyone jumped on the Doom 3 must suck bandwagon.

    Half Life 2 was fantastic and all, but I felt like I had to invest a lot into it. Games don't have to be movies. Sometimes I just want to blast demons.

    It really marked the beginning of the end of the dumb shooter. Now everything's a hybrid RPG or some kind of exersize in simulated combat.

Thrashing is just virtual crashing.