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On Mars, a massive research facility tapping energy from hell has been overwhelmed by demonic forces. As the last DOOM Slayer , you have been resurrected to do one thing; to cleanse this world and send them back to where they came from.

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Darin De Paul ... Samuel Hayden / UAC Soldier / Additional Voices (voice) (as Darin DePaul)
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Elizabeth Daily ... UAC Facility Voice (voice) (as EG Daily)
Piotr Michael ... The Origin / Demonic Voice (voice)
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The uac thought that tapping into hell for a energy source would be a good idea then all hell breaks loose. With no options left Dr.Samuel Hayden releases the Doom slayer the ultimate badass of the universe to end this invasion once and for all until doom eternal . Written by harrywubbyluke

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13 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Demons Have Nowhere to Hide
15 May 2019 | by hydroshock-84478See all my reviews

Not even in Hell can the demons escape the wrath of the Doomslayer. He is as ruthless as the game, and I love it.

The first thing to notice, other than its blood-soaked and gory nature, is that it plays just like the old-school arcade shooters, a similar style to the original Doom, but with today's graphics. The implementation is just astonishing, and it's nice to know that Id Software still puts the same passion in the Doom series. Nostalgia will hit those who played the 1993 classic like a truck.

Doom may fall short on story, but the pacing is well-made and the campaign is pretty long compared to the other titles, giving a good 11-12 hours total. Blasting demons never gets old, especially not with the new glory kills. And even though there are very few bosses, the battles with them are epic, lengthy, and challenging. They may not be as daunting as Souls bosses, but you can at least expect a difficulty similar to bosses from the God of War series.

So what about multiplayer? It is a blast. It may not be the best experience in my opinion, but it still got me hooked for some time. Given that it is an arena style, fans of Quake multiplayer will be happy with this. There is a good amount of content to unlock, and even several different demons to play (if you're lucky enough to catch that demon rune before others). Also, it is worth mentioning that all DLC is free now and Doom even has a bot mode, so if no one is online, the bot mode is there. And how can anyone forget about Snapmap, a feature where players can make levels or play other user-generated levels, with coop modes included?

But is the multiplayer better the campaign? No, not exactly. But it is far from a throw-away mode either. The case is similar to the Uncharted series, where the single player campaign is the main reason to play the game, but the multiplayer still serves as a strong supplement, and is a lot of fun, most importantly.

Overall, this is Id Software's best yet, and I am very excited for Doom: Eternal. It is close to perfect though, but not quite, since a stronger story would still have been nice, and it gets pretty repetitive, which is why I give it 9.5/10. This is recommend to anyone who is a fan of the Doom series or violent, action-packed FPS games in general.


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