A guy reviewed the DSoP tracks, and for a couple of the songs wrote:Hangarmageddon (Evil Horde) -- Capcom seeks out Black Sabbath to devise a heavy rockin' Final Boss track for their anniversary edition of Castlevania X. Be prepared: from the intensity and length of this track, you're in for a battle with Dracula unlike any other.
Ghosts of Mars (Mythril Nazgul) -- Epic Voodoo ceremonies on Phobos are usually accompanied by freaky women chorale groups...
ronch wrote:I played it on my AMD Am486DX2-66 back in 1994, I think. Back then mindless shooters were just fine, unlike these days when players demand more. Don't forget Doom 1: it's practically the same as Doom 2. I kinda liked Doom 1's levels more.
It wasn't very smooth on my Am486. Maybe it's because of the Cirrus Logic CL-GD5428 VL-Bus video card I had back then. ATI and Matrox were the kings of graphics in those days but hey, at least my Cirrus Logic could display 256 colors! Anybody remember how 32K and 64K color depths were totally awesome back then? Forget about games using them though: things would slow down to a standstill.
I'm actually thinking about playing some old DOS games these days but I'm kinda tied up with Thief: The Dark Project at present. Good thing about today's computers is that you could play practically any game in PC history as long as you use DOSBox. DOSBox is such a godsend.
Hawkwing74 wrote:I think I played the softer version on Super Nintendo or something? I also remember this was the first time I heard the religious right came out with "Video games are evil" spiel.
My computer at the time was a 286 hand me down and I didn't have money for a lot of video games.