This is some serious Voodoo voodoo.
This is so stupid.
How? It’s interesting seeing a game run on hardware it wasn’t meant to run. It’s not the kind of experience you’ll want to play for fun, but it’s interesting for people that find Tech interesting.
That's definitely an opinion you can have. Some people find it interesting watching people experiment with software and tech like this. Besides, the YouTuber who did this has a great, diverse channel.
It's amazing actually. Especially the part where he says its a better game than most steam early access offerings. This is called testing. Some are enthusiasts you know.
DOOM 3?lol is it running at 5fps?lol
Actually it's pretty fluid for the most part.
oh god.. those faces, lol
I think it's the eyes that get me.
cursed images, for sure.
LGR on youtube is a good channel. So many memories of building 486 and K6 machines back in the day and he has such a good spin on them in the modern age.
Yes remember when a 486 Dx was top pc tech:)
With the "Power Boost" button in the PC case!
It's impressive that it can run it at all tbh.
Watching this, reminds me of the PS1/N64/Saturn days. If I was to run into this video at random I would have sworn its a game from that gen.
This looks noticeably worse than most things even from the PSX and N64 generation. What this basically has done is stripped away all the useful art design, so it looks like a regurgitated mess. The thing about PSX and N64 games, despite the similarities here, is that all the textures and such were created with the limitations in mind, so it looked as presentable as possible. Here, everything is a garbled smudge.
Some Ps1 and N64 games looked that bad. The low res from your TV just masked it.
I loved watching that video very interesting,when I was a child which was a long time ago lol I thought those graphics were amazing,kids won’t understand just like vhs tapes 😂😂😂
LGR is an awesome channel.
12MB graphics card. It's always crazy to look back at what we thought was space age technology at the time.
I know right... now I have a video card with 11GB of memory, lol
I remember buying a video card with 4MB to play Quake 2
This is amazing
It's interesting but once is enough!
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