Doom 4 has been in development for what seems like an eternity. Bag of Games tells us 5 things they would like to see once it finally hits store shelves (someday? maybe?)
Whole heartedly agree about the shotgun. No matter what the game. Doom, Half-life, Left 4 Dead, if it's in first person I use the shotgun. RAGE may have been a big disappointment but those Pop Rockets were pretty sweet.
shotgun is my favourite weapon, you can thank terminator 2 for that lol anyways hopfully they make the classic double barrel shotgun into the game
"If Doom 4 doesn’t have the best shotgun of its generation, I will demand a refund." Haha exactly! Can't agree more.
You all may call it a shotgun, but I call it a Big F***in Gun.
Shotguns and some scares, that the business right there.
Be more scary, awesome shotguns, and bring back the SpiderDemon along with the Cyberdemon
I can wait this game. Rage very cool (The end disappointment) and id Tech 5 engine nice visuals. Really hope DooM 4 awesome.
I hope it's like Doom 1-2 rather than 3, 3 was too reliant on small areas and jump at you scares. The game needs to be more open, this is why i much preferred Half Life 2 when they both released. Add some nice co-op mode and other multiplayer modes and it will be on to a winner. I'm looking forward to Doom 4 because i heard they are thinking about going back to the style of Quake 1 for Quake 5 which sounds great too.
They already said long ago that it will be more of an action shooter, like Doom2, instead of a closed creepy game like Doom3. In fact the reason for 30fps is to have nice visuals AND allow more monsters on the screen, Carmack's words.
1. Stop being vaporware
#1. Give It Up!
Doom is just a hair less relevent today than ever. Bring it on.
#1 "Drop idTech5" Gawd how I wanted to like the author for the rest of his article, but he clearly has no knowledge of Tech5 at all... ugh. People shouldn't write about things they're clueless about. Anywho the rest I agree with, it needs to be epic.
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