Excerpt: Is there a platform you can't play DOOM on? Seriously, you can even play it on your iPod. I suppose it's a testament to the title that helped spawn a new genre in video games, the first-person shooter, back in 1993.
Conclusion: It’s a similar statement for the sound, which features simple background music and sound effects. Growls and gunshots are the same sound over and over, with little variety, but it’s authentic to the original.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Doom was responsible for evolving the genre of first person shooters even though it was not the first FPS game that was created. Doom got the attention of many potential gamers back then with its fun gameplay and awesome level design.
Excerpt: id's seminal classic is a surprise Xbox Live Arcade release for the Xbox 360. Demons from Hell on Mars and throbbing metal midi tracks help you party like it's 1994 (except this time around our pings are way better).
Pros: ups: good port, smooth, XBox Live
Cons: downs: no fullscreen, net play suffers from lag
Summary: Nearly every era of time has had a game interpretation. The Romans have Rome: Total War, the Greeks have God of War and the Vikings now have Viking: Battle for Asgard. Now, by playing Viking you can tell where the inspiration for the game came from.
Pros: Epic battles are epic, Lots of soldiers on screen at once, Graphics are quite nice
Conclusion: Lately we’ve been bemoaning the lack of real classics on Arcade but Doom is a genuine old-skool joy. Perhaps it’s only because we played the original so much that we’ve immediately fallen in love with it all over again.
Conclusion: Juiced was originally slated for release towards the end of 2004. Unfortunately days before release, the game's original publisher Acclaim went bankrupt. It was thought that Juiced would be lost forever.