Excerpt: Well, this was a nice transition from
some of the other titles I've been seeing Activision releasing lately.
The original Doom was great, but this is kind of a kick to the groin
for ID software, due to the fact that alot of the aspects of the game
were left out, and/or depleted of their original greatness. I've played
alot of shooters, whether it be on the PC, or a console, but there are
very few on the GBA. You can count them on two hands.
Excerpt: Doom, the grandaddy of all shooters, the first real first person shooter. But will the GameBoy Advance do the legend justice? Well, first of all, I have to admit that I haven’t played on the original PC version that much, so I’m going to try to treat this like any other game. The trouble is, Doom feels like a port, not a fresh new version of an old game.
Excerpt: It is hard to believe that nearly a decade has passed since Doom was initially released. It is harder still to believe that the name Doom has permeated in our culture to mean senseless and bombastic fun. On NBC’s television show Friends, Chandler is composing a list for Ross on his laptop and then suddenly asks the guys whether they’d like to play Doom – long after anyone serious in gaming was still playing it.
Excerpt: Il y a huit ans déjà ! Il a donné son nom à un genre bien particulier, genre qui consiste à affronter, en vue subjective, tout une horde d’ennemis en usant et abusant des armes les plus destructrices : le Doom-like. C’est en fait un pan entier du paysage vidéoludique qui a pris ses racines dans les tréfonds sanglants de ce titre : la série des Quake , le mythique Half life, Redneck rampage, Soldier of fortune… Quelques autres aussi.