Summary: I never played doom 1 before it came with doom 3, so I never knew what all the rage is about. I didn't realize I would have so much fun playing it. It was more fun than a lot of the modern games out nowadays. The shooting and hit detection was spot on and the shotgun so satisfying.
Summary: This is DOOM on your Xbox360. Everything works great and it actually feels good to play it this way. Of course this is a 15 year old FPS, so you should not expect awesomness compared to the newer games, however it is everything you remember from your previous plays.
Summary: I'm not going to bore you with a summary of the game, suffice to say that as the first real premier FPS, this baby sports a very simplified control scheme with no ability to jump or even peer mindlessly at the ceilings or floors or at the fireball-spouting imp standing above you.
Excerpt: Doom is ID's legendary first person shooter, based on a simple premise. You're a lone space marine on a military base on one of the moons of Mars. Everything else wants you dead. Go kill them. And it's this simple premise that gives rise to Doom's greatest asset: It's gameplay.
Pros: Its Doom, playable as a port using the 360 controls
Cons: Abit expensive, Basic port of Doom, no custom controls
Excerpt: Doom changed my life...no, wait, I should say birth changed my life, really, but Doom comes a close second to the all-knowing, vastness of life's complexities with regards to altering the fabric of the universe, especially for one such as myself who didn't have much in the way of intelligence...
Pros: It reminds you of all that studying you should've been doing
Excerpt: Doom was the first person shooter that defined the genre, and blew people away in 1993. Playing as a non-descript marine, you shoot your way through legions of demons, utilising shotguns, plasma rifles, and the infamous B.F.G 9000.