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Wolfenstein corner  "For everything Wolfenstein related"

User is offline   MrFlibble 

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#91

View PostHendricks266, on 15 January 2017 - 11:30 AM, said:

It's a mock-up.

It is my understanding (from what Blzut3 said) that implementing this kind of menu as a mod for ECWolf is perfectly possible, but at this point I'm completely unaware of how to do it due to the lack of any experience in Wolf3D modding and a rather tight schedule.
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User is offline   MrFlibble 

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#92

Just found this TC running on the ZDoom engine called Shadow of the Wool Ball:

I think it's awesome :) (enemy speech appears to be from The Adventures of Square BTW)
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User is offline   HulkNukem 

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#93

I hope Colossus is announced at Bethesda's E3 and is released for holidays 2017
The only thing they have officially revealed are Quake Champions (I doubt they would have a multiplayer only game as their big holiday release) Fallout 4 VR (also wouldn't be their only holiday release) and Prey (which releases in May)

This post has been edited by HulkNukem: 02 March 2017 - 02:06 PM

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User is offline   LkMax 

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#94

Hi.
I said somewhere on the zdoom forums that I planned to release something by the end of septemper IIRC... well, that obviously didn't happen, for a few reasons.
Since I'm not sure I'll ever get back to this project, I decided to release the mod with whatever I've already done at this point.

You can find more details here:
https://forum.zdoom....php?f=4&t=51005

I know a lot of areas could have improvements but it'll have to do (still much better than the vanilla games IMO).

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User is offline   Poorchop 

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#95

I missed out on Wolf 3D when it came out. My first shooter was Doom back in 95. I've recently been playing through the first round of shooters that I missed (Wolf 3D, Ken's Labyrinth), and I'm really enjoying them. Episode 3 of Wolf 3D was probably the best so far. How do the last 3 compare? After I finish those, I have Spear of Destiny next.
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#96

RTCW was and still is my absolute favorite game of the entire series, I've played it hundreds of times and still haven't grown tired of it, however I did have to install some weapon skin mods.


However I do wish someone could port all the console exclusive stuff to the PC version as a mod.

This post has been edited by Grand Admiral Thrawn: 05 February 2018 - 04:12 PM

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User is offline   Toxic34 

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#97

Well, for those who were impressed with The New Colossus as I was, Machine Games has stated that their series was conceived as a trilogy. So we're gonna get one more game, in which the revolution is in full force.

BTW, who thinks that the little Hitler appearance in the game is a sign that the upcoming game's final boss will be Hitler in a mech suit, like the classic '92 game?
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User is offline   gemeaux333 

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#98

Me, it was already the case with deathshead

This post has been edited by gemeaux333: 09 February 2018 - 01:22 PM

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User is offline   Zaxx 

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View PostToxic34, on 09 February 2018 - 12:09 PM, said:

Well, for those who were impressed with The New Colossus as I was, Machine Games has stated that their series was conceived as a trilogy. So we're gonna get one more game, in which the revolution is in full force.

BTW, who thinks that the little Hitler appearance in the game is a sign that the upcoming game's final boss will be Hitler in a mech suit, like the classic '92 game?

Nah, it will be just a lazy "press F the kill" moment like it was with Frau Engel. Cool bossfights are so 2014!
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User is offline   gemeaux333 

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#100

But it was feeting for Frau Engel, especially if you consider the emotional charge and emotional truth of the thing (as Ameona (Shadow Warrior 2) would say)
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User is offline   Zaxx 

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#101

View Postgemeaux333, on 09 February 2018 - 02:52 PM, said:

But it was feeting for Frau Engel, especially if you consider the emotional charge and emotional truth of the thing (as Ameona (Shadow Warrior 2) would say)

To be honest I'm more bothered by the fact that TNC had no bossfights, only the run of the mill "miniboss" enemies. I loved the Deathshead fight at the end of TNO it was awesome just as well as the one against Rudi in TOB (he really loved that fucking dog :D) or the giant monster at the end so having nothing of the sort was just a huge letdown. I hope they knock it out the park with the third game because overall TNC was like TNO, only worse.

This post has been edited by Zaxx: 09 February 2018 - 03:44 PM

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User is offline   gemeaux333 

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#102

Anyway, I guess nobody regret to have killed RIP...
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User is offline   MrFlibble 

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#103

Further on the topic of hi-res menus etc., I've been playing around with various ideas using image resizing algorithms, and had placed some hope with the xBRZ scaler. While the initial results weren't as good as I had expected, eventually I got a more or less decent resized image (original image resized to 640x480 for comparison):
Posted Image

The steps to produce this were as follows:

1. I used the ScalerTest tool (available here) to get the original image scaled to 2x its original size with xBRZ. Don't forget to untick the option to show scaler type in the image.

2. The output image was then corrected to 4:3 aspect ration in GIMP by first resizing it to 640x1200 with Nearest Neighbour, then to 640x480 with Sinc3 interpolation method.

3. The image was then converted to its original Wolf3D palette, again using GIMP. For this, you need to import the palette from any Wolf3D[ image (e.g. a screenshot taken in DOSBox). Load it, then open the palettes dialog and import the palette from the screenshot. To then convert the modified upscaled image to the palette, select Image -> Mode -> Indexed, select the desired palette from the list of custom palettes and untick the option to remove unused colours from the colourmap. Don't use any dithering.

The resulting image can be then touched up if needed (I didn't do anything for the above version). I think it's pretty decent overall.
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User is offline   fuegerstef 

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#104

Since today the USK in Germany recognizes computer- and videogames as art.

That's relevant as it allows nazis and swastikas in games. So, no more fighting "The Regime" and it's leader that didn't have that certain moustache.

A few free casual games by me: http://gamejolt.com/...uegerstef/2615/

This post has been edited by fuegerstef: 09 August 2018 - 03:50 AM

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User is offline   MusicallyInspired 

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#105

Congrats! How soon until all your games get uncensored?

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User is offline   fuegerstef 

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#106

View PostMusicallyInspired, on 09 August 2018 - 04:31 AM, said:

Congrats! How soon until all your games get uncensored?


I have no idea.

A few free casual games by me: http://gamejolt.com/...uegerstef/2615/
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User is offline   NightFright 

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#107

As surprising and exciting this news is, it does not automatically mean all nazi-related games become uncut in Germany all of a sudden now.

For the recently released Wolfenstein titles for example, Bethesda would need to request a new review of the games to verify nazi terminology and symbols are not used in a glorifying manner. It is not guaranteed Bethesda will go through this hassle, even though it may be worth it since many Germans (including myself) are refraining from purchases due to the censorship politics. And don't forget the Bethesda geolock is self-imposed. Nobody asked them to implement it. It's totally up to the publisher.

Btw, I repeat it again here: I don't care that much about not seeing swastikas in these games, but if I am forced to use German audio without being able to select English, that ruins the atmosphere too much for me.


This post has been edited by NightFright: 09 August 2018 - 05:29 AM

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User is online   Ninety-Six 

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#108

At least future releases (and rereleases) should be cleared to go uncensored?
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User is offline   MusicallyInspired 

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#109

That means Young Blood should be in the clear?

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User is offline   NightFright 

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#110

Upcoming games MAY be, provided the symbols are used in an appropriate context. Old games need to be reviewed again. Future Wolfenstein games could possibly be released without geolock and freely selectable audio in Germany, but let's remain careful with early enthusiasm until there's official news about it.
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