A Bigfoot Thanksgivin'

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Yeah, yeah. Two days late.

This one goes out to anyone who had an incredibly boring Thanksgiving. I had fun animating it, and it kind of boosted things for me. I hope it'll do the same for you. Enjoy!


One question....

Where did that thing that threw fire come from? I never saw that in the fisrt Doom. Please respond.

Bigfoot3290 responds:

I'm pretty sure you're talking about the Archvile. It's a new monster from Doom 2.

Holy crap!

Why did it take me so long to watch this! Freakin' hilarious! You up for making one for every holiday?

omg so nice !!!

i wish that one of my thanksgiving could be like that =D !!!

I love this one!!! I want some turkey!!!

Hy, when the Doom section started it was like: holy @#$%sh..@#$% what is happening here,( nice idea!!!), ha! finally the boy ate the turkey and !!!!....die!!! I tought it would be something like happy thanksgiving or something, but it started with a big sad mood, no food on the plates for the kids... but ha !!! cool!!! never, ever, eat turkey cooked with a friggin rocket luncher!!!!!@#$%& ha!!!Keep it up!!!


ur really good (as always) the action was awsome, and the ending was great. one thing, though, playing doom on a holiday dosen't exactly work, i tried it. ya know... "WHY THE HELL AM I PLAYING A VIDEO GAME WHEN THE WHOLE WORLD IS PARTYIN?!" but of course that goes away when you actually have the double barrel in your hand... (i wish they had an sp12 in that game) and video games also seem o.k. when you realiize it's your pre-selcted, disciplinary, old friends who you're suppose to love although u only see them twice a year. (your family)

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Bigfoot3290 responds:

Haha! The moral here wasn't to play Doom instead of reuniting with old family members. It was, well, try to hunt your own damn turkey instead of simply buying it from a grocery store :] That way, it will feel like you deserve to stuff your face.

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3.57 / 5.00

Nov 25, 2006
1:23 AM EST