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DOOM gory goat

I dont know what more I could do. I like this appearance, gives it a more realistic and gory features. I would shit my pants, if you attacked its original form, and it took damage and began to end up like this picture. I might play around more, but I am running low on stock images to manipulate. This one I’ll keep, its a lot better than my original, before this. I’ll show below.

This gives you an idea of all the changes I made. Any feedback would be appreciated. 

DOOM gory goat

I dont know what more I could do. I like this appearance, gives it a more realistic and gory features. I would shit my pants, if you attacked its original form, and it took damage and began to end up like this picture. I might play around more, but I am running low on stock images to manipulate. This one I’ll keep, its a lot better than my original, before this. I’ll show below.

This gives you an idea of all the changes I made. Any feedback would be appreciated. 

Cyber Doll Sega Saturn

A 1996 Cyber Punk RPG, released by I’MAX. Apparently this is on the only yellow label 18+ for the 32-bit era of gaming. Excuse me, but I am really just paraphrasing this from a youtube video located HERE. I found myself interested in the subject matter, and of course the art style and overall direction of the game. It’s definitely one of the most appealing games for the Saturn I have seen. It does contain a lot of english accessible moments, but the dialogue and story seems to all be in Japanese, making this title a rather hard one to figure out. I have not played this yet, but I will give my thoughts and see how playable it is, for an english speaking person.  This reminds me a lot of the Shadowrun games on the SNES and Genesis. The music from what I can hear is nothing special, sounds pretty generic and unappealing. 
This is a title I would love learn more about, and see if anyone could put together a proper english translation for the game, 

Cyber Doll Sega Saturn

A 1996 Cyber Punk RPG, released by I’MAX. Apparently this is on the only yellow label 18+ for the 32-bit era of gaming. Excuse me, but I am really just paraphrasing this from a youtube video located HERE. I found myself interested in the subject matter, and of course the art style and overall direction of the game. It’s definitely one of the most appealing games for the Saturn I have seen. It does contain a lot of english accessible moments, but the dialogue and story seems to all be in Japanese, making this title a rather hard one to figure out. I have not played this yet, but I will give my thoughts and see how playable it is, for an english speaking person.  This reminds me a lot of the Shadowrun games on the SNES and Genesis. The music from what I can hear is nothing special, sounds pretty generic and unappealing. 
This is a title I would love learn more about, and see if anyone could put together a proper english translation for the game,