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7.8 out of 10

Doom II

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Mrman7, Metacritic
12 November 2014
  • Summary: These days Doom ][ would be considered more of a DLC/expansion pack product than a standalone sequel so it's hard to review it in a vacuum. There's a new shotgun, a slew of formidable additional enemies and some new textures and sprites but it's fundamentally the same game --- same gameplay mechanic and game engine. My main complaint it is that this game is RIDICULOUSLY hard.
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how_are_u, Metacritic
27 July 2014
  • Summary: Doom is (in my own personal opinion) the best first person shooter, or any sort of first person game involving combat, ever made. The puzzle factor is huge in the first two games, and the sequel pretty much improved on everything. Despite being much longer, Doom 2 is a much tamer and easier experience. If you're up for a challenge get the original.
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Hardly_perfect, Metacritic
27 May 2014
  • Summary: Now had this been free on XBLA I would've got it without hesitation, but still only five bucks, so might as well get a taste of ID's 1990s master piece. The levels are big and open ended, it's challenging and engaging but it hasn't exactly aged well in terms of graphics but still, the console controls are well implemented and i'll continue to play this until I can get my hands on Doom 4 Now had this been free on XBLA I would've got it without hesitation, but still only...
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Dr_Fetus, Metacritic
25 September 2013
  • Summary: Oh wow, the memories. This game has become the most successful and widely-modded classic first person shooter ever as far as I can tell, and being in the Zandronum community myself I can say that this game will forever be in the history books of technology. Outstanding for its time, still great fun now, very flexible and fun to work with.
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Sensless, Metacritic
22 September 2013
  • Summary: Classic. Fun. Demon Killing Epicness. What more can you ask for? Even if you do get bored of the original doom there are thousands Literally thousands of mods and add-ons for doom and programs that bring DooM To a modern port like Zandronum, Which allows Multi-player, Graphical enhancements, Mouse aiming, Fully customisable controls, A developer console, Player Set-up and much much Classic. Fun. Demon Killing Epicness. What more can you ask for?
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freddevil360, Metacritic
28 August 2013
  • Summary: Its just a fantastic game i have been playing doom since i was 7 and it just never gets boring...its one of those game i can also go back to and play and i know i will have fun
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WyattTheAwesome, Metacritic
30 May 2013
  • Summary: This is the followup to the of FPS's. It's the same game, but different weapons and monsters. My only gripe is how long the campaigns go on, it gets tedious for me. Other than that, definitely worth your time.
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Timster, Metacritic
27 April 2013
  • Summary: you can clearly see the age but that doesn't mean it's bad. it's alot of fun to play and controls really good. the level design doesn't work that well with the core gameplay though but that's my only complaint.
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gstiker5, Metacritic
27 April 2013
  • Summary: As the original Doom it is dated but still awesome a new weapon from Doom and all the classic weapons as well co-op and multiplayer with split-screen and xbox live and a brand new episode Doom II:No Rest For The Living which is fun but not as fun as the original game but still good and achievements as well.
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xZippy, Metacritic
28 March 2013
  • Summary: At first, it's kind of funny to see this game with a user score much higher than most newer games made after 2004. Then after a while, you realize that Doom is where it all started. On the tree of FPS games, you see games like Half-Life 2, Black Ops 2, Halo and Battlefield hanging on the higher branches.
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