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Arch-vile: the last fight

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yuo are entering the big arena konwn as the arch-vile arena. the arch-vils will try stop you, but You know what to do, sh0t them and kill them, okay, :) play it, first map btw too.


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Zahid

  
no exit no weapons or ANY items...just a square brown room with 252 AV's....how can one review it positively...AVOID

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Best level ever.

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My brother says Arch-Viles are pretty cool! So I tried this and it is a way cool level!!

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0 stars for actual play. 6/5 for fooling around.

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For archvile-flying-fun, I prefer nuts2 -- Brun Ohn

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damn bastards, I used many hours on that map... -Mike louis Anderson (Torn, :P)

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Ok people, we already have enough stupid wanna-be-funny maps for the next couple decades. Please stop it kthxbye. Someone please add negative stars for voting.

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sucks big time doomer666

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This level polarises opinion between those who love it and loathe it. Frankly, I think the previous reviewers have been simplistic in their analysis and missed the essential truth of this wad. Mr Anderson has, rather playfully, recontextulized the meaning of Foucault's great primary text "Des Espace Autres" in the medium of a Doom II wad: "The heterotopia is capable of juxtaposing in a single real place several spaces, several sites that are in themselves incompatible."

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So called "funny" WADs only work when they are funny, and this is not. At all.

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This is an enormously tall square room filled with 252 archviles. Unlike Nuts.wad there's no exit and you can't possibly win without cheating. It defies a review. In response to the man above who quotes Foucault, I invoke Pierre Teilhard, who said that "after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire".

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The most amazing thing about this wad is how the Internet can warp 17997 years into the future to retrieve it (see text) - also Mike louis Anderson has had 17997 years to practice wad-making and this is all he could come up with. 1/5 for sheer gaul.

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Actually, I found this map rather interesting. Turn god mode and idmypos on and watch yourself rocket to the top. While this is happening, the archviles are killing themselves off. Then maybe a minute after being at the top, the archviles start to dwindle in numbers and you ride slowly back down. This gives me a great idea for a dehacked patch...

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Worst... Map... Ever...

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Wow I had a blast with this one. Took me a few tries but if anyone wants a UV -fast max-kill speedrun of this please email me: crasybasrad@yahoo.com 5 stars!

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    • By NuMetalManiak · Posted
      it's one of those classic 90's wads you can probably just sift through, but it's not that good. plenty of inescapable pits, some awful level progression, and some actually trollish crusher placement lie within this one.
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    • By dylux · Posted
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    • By Budoka · Posted
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