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Developer: id Software
Content Rating: Mature
You’ve come here for a reason. The Union Aerospace Corporation’s massive research facility on Mars is overwhelmed by fierce and powerful demons, and only one person stands between their world and ours. As the lone Doom Marine, you’ve been activated to do one thing -- kill them all.
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I honestly think we're looking at a spring blockbuster and a truly worthy reboot of a timeless classic. DOOM isn't for everyone. The blinding speed of play, demonic symbolism, demanding controls, and hyper-violence may discourage some from jumping in. If you can handle it, though, it really is a thrill ride. It's a brass-knuckle punch in the mouth. It's a 2-ounce shot of hard scotch from a skull chalice. It's a shot of adrenaline straight into your eyeball. It's DOOM.
DOOM es muy grande. Es un regreso de un clásico con una contundencia que pocas veces hemos visto. Manteniéndose fiel a su herencia, actualizando y poniendo a punto todas sus mecánicas y haciéndose increíblemente adictivo en su modo campaña e infinito con Snapmap. Únicamente desentona el multijugador competitivo que no está al nivel del conjunto.
Be it the impressive visuals, the immediately addictive yet simple gameplay or the fluent transition of every one of its components, this is a game that is easy to get lost in and ultimately harder to put down. Bethesda have done good on bringing Wolfenstein’s manic, often colorful, gunplay to contemporary audiences, but they’ve outdone themselves this time with a title that will stand, in due course, as one of their best. It might be hell, but DOOM can be summed up, quite simply, as FPS heaven.