Developed by id software, the studio that pioneered the first-person shooter genre and created multiplayer Deathmatch, DOOM returns as a brutally fun and challenging modern-day shooter experience.KMRead full description
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This is a masterpiece of a first person shooter. This. Campaign. Is. Incredible. Honestly, with tons of replayablility, enough collectibles to make your head spin, upgrades that carry through going back to replay past levels, and so many different ways to tackle any given scenario. While this is a Doom game, that doesn't mean the story is non-existant or terrible; in fact, it's the opposite. With a deep, rich lore explained through datapads, a simple, yet complex main story that with have you scrounging for as much information about it as possible. Fantastic. Truly fantastic. With my absolutely horrid internet, I can't accurately describe the multiplayer aspect, but all I have to say about that is that it's pure, fast paced, old-school FPS action. Good stuff. Now on to the third gametype: Snapmap. While this seems like it would be a little underused, it's used quite a lot and has gotten tons of support from id Software. I've only used it for a few hours but it's really fun and (like everything else in this game) it's incredible deep and complex if you read between the lines. To conclude, Doom is honestly one of the best FPS experiences I've ever had, and I doubt that's a title it will lose until the sequel. RECOMMEND COMPLETELY
First of all, I didn't play the original DOOM. I do like this game, although I feel it lacks a lot more in order to give it a good rating. What I mean is: -Lack of immersion by cut scenes (long ones sometimes); -The fact that apparently there is no reloading but you still need to grab magazines; -Evolving tree that doesn't really make much sense. The good points though are: -You do have great fun shooting loads of undead in this fast paced shooter; -The graphics are great; -The soundtrack is good for creating an hellish and nerve racking ambient where you have your heart pumping like crazy in just a game (which means the game is good!). Please note this is only regarding the campaign as I haven't played the multiplayer. Overall, it is worth a buy for the average price.
Doom (2016) is a return to many classic game designs, non-regenerating health (health drops are scattered your arenas of combat), no reloading (guns will continue to fire until all ammo is gone), fast movement (constant movement is necessary for survival) and needing good old fashioned key cards to open doors. The gameplay, level design, sound design, and enemy design make for the most relentless shooter in years, it's fast, it's violent and it's fun.
I loved everything about this game! The basic gist of it is: kill all the demons. And kill them I did. The story isn?t anything particularly engaging but it?s not really trying to be either. The game really hinges on its gameplay, which is absolutely stellar. It?s fast-paced and precise and every action, from shooting demons? faces off to cutting them up with a chainsaw, feels and looks incredibly satisfying. And the soundtrack really ties it together, making me tense or hyped up depending on the situation. Oh and it?s also freaking gorgeous looking Verdict: Best FPS I?ve played in a while
I bought the game during a sale and was actually the first game I bought on this website. I grew up during the 90's and played the original doom countless hours as a kid (yes, as a kid), so I was really blown away when I saw how they could capture all the thrill and fast paced madness of the original, in a much gorier and far more brutal way. The game is long enough, it took me around 10 hours to finish on my first run and would take another 20~ to complete all the challenges and find all the collectibles. The monsters are amazing and the game can be challenging in the highest difficulty levels. My only gripe is with the music because, while still very good, lacks a certain feeling present in the original. The music in the original Doom was a character of its own, always blasting as you moved through small corridors or in the middle of a killing spree, and in this new game it is mostly...in the background. It has some great moments, but they are just moments, compared to the almost constant presence in the original. There's hope though that they improve this on the sequel! Overall, a great game and an impressive return to Doom!
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