Rage Against The Machine - Episode 1

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Postby Daedolon » Tue Nov 06, 2007 07:56 pm

wangho wrote:Does anyone know of any more?


There is a really tasty one about a more recent horror movie, you'll know what I'm talking about when you find it 8)
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Postby predator » Wed Nov 07, 2007 09:54 am

Good to know this is out. I really have to install dosbox now.
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Postby Daedalus » Wed Nov 07, 2007 01:43 pm

Go, Pred, go!
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Postby mouth » Wed Nov 07, 2007 03:26 pm

Well I already said quite a few words on the postmortem forums, so I didn't feel like repeating myself.
But those of you who haven't tried it, it's a must for any bloodite!
I only have praise for the project.
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Postby kurt » Fri Nov 09, 2007 09:05 am

I finally found enough free time to play through this entire addon, and I'd just like to commend you all once again on your efforts. There's no shortage of creativity and imagination here, and the levels were well thought out and extremely enjoyable to play.

I highly recommend that it be downloaded and played by anyone that may consider themselves fans of Blood. Congratulations on a job well done!
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Postby Necrosis » Sat Nov 10, 2007 12:48 am

Hey DD, I'll play this shortly (I've wanted an excuse to stop playing the huge pile of other games I have yet to finish for a while), but this makes me wonder, did any of your other stuff ever find a home?

Edit: I can't get cutscenes to work, and it runs like crap in DOSBox, so I might need to find another computer to play this on... Otherwise I'll just deal with it I guess. Where do the cutscenes happen, just in case I have to watch them outside of the game?
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Postby Dimebog » Sat Nov 10, 2007 10:57 am

Necrosis wrote:Edit: I can't get cutscenes to work, and it runs like crap in DOSBox, so I might need to find another computer to play this on... Otherwise I'll just deal with it I guess. Where do the cutscenes happen, just in case I have to watch them outside of the game?


What are you using to play BLOOD?

The cutscenes occur at the opening and closing of each episode.

Note that they will only play if your RATM disc is inserted in the same CDROM you used to install it (or mounted in the same virtual drive). Meaning, if you installed it from D:, it will look for them around D:\. The alternative is to copy the four cutscene files found on the root of the Disc/Cd image somewhere, and manually alter that paths found in the top section of ratm.ini.

Find more infomation here:
http://ratm.deathmask.net/support.html

And here:
http://postmortem.edgegaming.com/forums ... 86&start=0
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Postby oBe » Sat Nov 10, 2007 07:41 pm

If all else fails, you can still watch the cutscenes here:


intro:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZCOCWSE4Rw

ending:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSYC9-6_fI0


That said, it's possible for it to work, so it should. :|
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Postby Vuzeth » Sat Nov 10, 2007 09:17 pm

He could still download Smacker or RAD Tools to watch them.
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Postby oBe » Sat Nov 10, 2007 10:17 pm

Not really.

Smacked movie is a separate file, as is the smacked sound.

So unless you can press 'play' on two things at once, at exactly the same time, I fail to see the point.

If you can, please instruct me how to do this. :P
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Postby Vuzeth » Sat Nov 10, 2007 11:18 pm

Here's the sequence:
1. Download RAD Game Tools
2. Copy the cutscenes to hard disk
3. Run RAD, select cutscene, press "mix in sound", you'll be asked if you want to treat both cutscenes as a sequence, select "no", after completion select the mixed cutscene (usually New_ratmcs1.smk), press "convert a file" to decode it to avi.
4. Repeat the 3rd step for 2nd cutscene.
5. Enjoy! :evillaugh:
P.S. Are you the artist? I love their amateurish style.
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Postby Dimebog » Sat Nov 10, 2007 11:48 pm

Ghoste wrote:Here's the sequence:
1. Download RAD Game Tools
2. Copy the cutscenes to hard disk
3. Run RAD, select cutscene, press "mix in sound", you'll be asked if you want to treat both cutscenes as a sequence, select "no", after completion select the mixed cutscene (usually New_ratmcs1.smk), press "convert a file" to decode it to avi.
4. Repeat the 3rd step for 2nd cutscene.
5. Enjoy! :evillaugh:

Or...

Play Rage and see them in order - that's the right thing to do. Nevertheless, I admire your enthusiasm, and the fact that you've gone through all this really warms my heart up.

Keep it up, bloodite.
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Postby Guest » Sun Nov 11, 2007 12:43 am

Second Run. I missed around 5 secrets during the whole episode.

Green Town: "Innsmouth Corporate Placa" - reference to Lovecraft
Morningside Springs: Is the name a reference to the Phantasm movies?

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Postby oBe » Sun Nov 11, 2007 05:20 pm

Ghoste wrote:Here's the sequence:
1. Download RAD Game Tools
2. Copy the cutscenes to hard disk
3. Run RAD, select cutscene, press "mix in sound", you'll be asked if you want to treat both cutscenes as a sequence, select "no", after completion select the mixed cutscene (usually New_ratmcs1.smk), press "convert a file" to decode it to avi.
4. Repeat the 3rd step for 2nd cutscene.
5. Enjoy! :evillaugh:


Yes, excellent, although I meant instructions on how to push two things at once. As the author of the movies, I could obviously mix them down as the youtube links demonstrate. :wink: Pressing two buttons at once, however, I can not. Nice try though, keep it up indeed. :twisted:

Ghoste wrote:
P.S. Are you the artist? I love their amateurish style.


Yeah, thanks...I guess. :|
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Postby wangho » Sun Nov 11, 2007 08:10 pm

oBe wrote:
Ghoste wrote:Here's the sequence:
1. Download RAD Game Tools
2. Copy the cutscenes to hard disk
3. Run RAD, select cutscene, press "mix in sound", you'll be asked if you want to treat both cutscenes as a sequence, select "no", after completion select the mixed cutscene (usually New_ratmcs1.smk), press "convert a file" to decode it to avi.
4. Repeat the 3rd step for 2nd cutscene.
5. Enjoy! :evillaugh:


Yes, excellent, although I meant instructions on how to push two things at once. As the author of the movies, I could obviously mix them down as the youtube links demonstrate. :wink: Pressing two buttons at once, however, I can not. Nice try though, keep it up indeed. :twisted:

Ghoste wrote:
P.S. Are you the artist? I love their amateurish style.


Yeah, thanks...I guess. :|


If the artwork in the 'Family Guy' or 'Simpsons' is professional work, I'll take the amateurish stuff anyday.

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