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 Dec 13, 2004 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Doom3 Closed Captions

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Doom3[CC] has hit its first official release; it's for those who are deaf and play the game, or those who want to learn english on a foreign-language version of the title.

We are absolutely STOKED to announce that today we have released the first full version of our Closed Caption modification for Doom 3. I'll hand over to our coding team leader, Reid Kimball, to outline the features of this release...

"Doom3[CC] is a mod that aims to close caption Doom3 so that hard of hearing and deaf gamers can enjoy Doom3 without missing the important plot details, enemy sound clues and intense atmosphere created audibly. This mod is also helpful for those who wish to learn the English language by reading what the spoken dialog says. This first initial release is an early version and while not 100% complete does provide captions for dialog, monsters and environmental ambience. Future versions will support color coding based on who is speaking and additional languages for the captions."
Nice idea, glad they got it done!
 

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