Talk:Doom 4 1.0


About the thermonuclear weapon picture thing from the wiki...[edit]

Hi. I found out that the picture from the covered guy with goggles isn't from the cancelled Doom game. It was part of Mark Bristol's short movie inspired by the song Nine Inch Nails' - Ghost 1 uploaded in 2008. Please. Always do research before writing the article. Misinformation does not lead to the truth. --Ir0n7HuMb (talk) 14:12, 25 September 2020 (EST)

The footage in question comes from the cited material at this location: - the publication of DOOM Documentary: Part 1 - To Hell & Back was approved by ZeniMax Media, so how or why would anybody assume that the material that appeared there as being associated with the work in question was not actually part of it? While I appreciate this being pointed out, it is unnecessary and unproductive to bring these accusations of not having done research. If the person that made this video was involved with Doom 4 1.0 production, then it's quite likely their fault for throwing multiple unrelated works together as part of a demo reel without indicating their sources. --Quasar (talk) 06:29, 26 September 2020 (CDT)
I guess it's more of the director's fault for not pointing out even after the game was launched as the '2016 video game. I wonder if the people from Zenimax Media Inc implied that the shown clip was part of the game, or it was a simple concept that was later applied to "the resistance" characters and the cinematic background.
Also. Do you mind if i can add more context from the wiki page based on my research and findings? --Ir0n7HuMb (talk) 10:20, 26 September 2020 (EST)
Context about this image is out of scope, context about Doom 4 1.0 or any other Doom thing is welcome. --Gez (talk) 10:37, 26 September 2020 (CDT)