I see amazing shoots i'm wow and people are like. Looks ok. Looks like RAGE. Uh not good looking..
Care to explain ? To less concrast for you ? Water is not moving on pictures ? Seriously. From this shoots this can be on par with metro 2033 or better (scale) with a lot of diffrent textures. And still those shoots are taken when game is still developed (???)
I don't care about doom at all but underscoring something looking amazing is not cool with me
I like this shot a lot. Mainly due to the ashes on a technical aspect. It would be cool to walk/run and have the ashes rise and disperse on screen, or having the gun filled with ashes in real-time, etc. I think it would make for a cool design.
Is there a game that does this in a similar way at least?
The visuals aren't technically impressive for sure, but I actually dig the concept of having it set on Earth, especially if they were intending to go for epic set pieces that have portals to Hell tearing landscapes apart as you play through... at least that's the direction some of these screenshots seem to indicate
What in the fuck? How the hell can you even discern this in the slightest??
I've never played a Doom in my life, nor am I even that much of an fps fan, but some of the exaggerated bullshit is making my head spin, holy hell.
I personally thought Rage was visually pretty despite the static lighting due to the work of the artists. It just tended to look colorful and attractive, with some oddities while in motion due to the static nature and some pop-in at times (though I never had it nearly to the extent some others did).
Rage is like opposite-id on a tech/art level. Usually their games are known for their rich tech, with their art being almost besides the point other than some memorable enemy models (and Quake 1's Lovecraft-inspired atmosphere). Still it's impressive to get a game running at 60 FPS on consoles in the first place, especially one with lots of action and fairly large 3D environments.
Kind of weird that the full title isn't on the box, but it is Doom II: Hell on Earth. I remember my dad coming home after being gone a week for police training and giving this to my brother and I. No clue what made him decide to buy it for us, must have just seen it on sale somewhere. Don't think I'd be into video games if it weren't for this and Duke Nukem 3D.
I think it's that outside that one shot of the vortex in the sky, most of these shots might as well be from any disaster/war/alien invasion movie. Nothing "Hellish" about them. Obviously later parts would ramp that up, but at this point I'm tired of seeing destroyed modern cityscapes with burnt out cars, garbage in alleyways, and convenient semi trailers and rubble blocking off streets.