SnoopJeDi <snoopjediHOLDTHESPAM@comcast.net> typed this like they were
devouring a plate of fresh spoo:
> aBullet wasted my time on 12/28/2004 4:34 PM with the following:
>> Which shotgun do you guys think is better?
> The...only one in the game??
EvilBill wasted my time on 12/29/2004 10:24 AM with the following:
> SnoopJeDi <snoopjediHOLDTHESPAM@comcast.net> typed this like they were
> devouring a plate of fresh spoo:
>>aBullet wasted my time on 12/28/2004 4:34 PM with the following:
>>>Which shotgun do you guys think is better?
>>The...only one in the game??
> aBullet is probably talking about Doom 2.
Figures. *slap @ me*
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On 28 Dec 2004 13:34:39 -0800, "aBullet" <aBullet@gmail.com> wrote:
>Which shotgun do you guys think is better?
If you are referring to Doom 2 which has both the single shotgun (SSG)
and the double barrel shotgun (DSG):
The SSG has a much faster fire rate. It fires more accurately over
longer distances and has a much better cyclic (time between shots).
For close or stationary targets it's a good choice and seems to use
less ammunition. It's particularly effective against marines,
sergeants, Lost Souls and Imps. I use it when low on ammo, for
sniping and close quarters fighting where accurate shooting is needed.
The DSG is more of an assault weapon. It's relatively slow firing,
you can easily be attacked and killed in between reloads. Accuracy is
not its strong point. At short range it packs enough punch to take
out small to medium enemies with one pull of the trigger. It's also
good against large numbers of enemies and enemies that are moving
around. At long range you are sure to hit the target, but not much
damage will be done to small monsters. It's handy against cacodemons
and similar beasties. I tend to use it against large numbers of
monsters and as a bulldozer weapon to clear a path while trying to get
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