DSOGaming writes: "Our reader Cristian Fabian Munoz Isla has informed us about the progress of his Mortal Kombat II Snes mod for Doom via skulltag/zandronum.&q uot;
Truth be told, it has some issues, but there is still room for improvement (as it's only completed by 50%)
Just wondering some things, who plays Doom now a days? An why mod a game into a game? I would like to see Doom mix with MK2 (it was like a bug or something where the DOOM game would fusion with another PC game).
Yeah, I don't really get the point of this mod to be honest... o_o It's cool and all, but is there a reason for it?
Its fun. I still play Doom time to time, its just a fun game. Plus people are modding all kinds of things with it. They had multiplayer for it forever, and all kinds of new maps and cool new games evolved from it. Dated engine sure, but it doesn't mean its not fun to mess with it and play.
I can appreciate the complexity and brilliance of the programmer who was able to mod a game within another game, but I sort of fail to see the point here as well.
Who plays any game nowadays? Jesus Christ, think before you type next time.
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