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.
Conclusion: Can a game suck if it has bad graphics? Yes, but in this case no. The game is Doom. The graphics may not be up to date for todays games, but this was how the game was made. Doom is an old game from a long time ago.
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.