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City of the Damned (v1.3)

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A new map from Tormentor667, what else? :D


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Very, very deep sight. Stunning ambiance, and then the guy throws-in a bunch of invisible monsters (like arachnotrons) in open areas... Which is IMHO by far the worst and cheapmost, not to say: lazy, way to make a map more difficult. 4.5* for the architecture - 2* for the laziness = small 3*. It's a real pity.

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I like this.Simple as that.

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A hard and challenging and very atmospheric map in a really hellish city environment. The map is not overly large but still rather complex and has some very tricky battles. The only lowpoint for me was the dexterity proof to get the BFG. I hate puzzles like these and that's the only point where I cheated, except for the final battle, which I couldn't finish with some extra ammo and an invincibility sphere. But all the rest is great and worth a download! 4.5/5 -Milian

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What can I say? AWESOME!

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One of the best. Please, more levels like this. :)

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Excellent!

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Another great map from Tormentor667. Now where's T&T 4?

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this wad is so great!, like always, tormentor 667 made a excelent job with a WAD.

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The wad is great. Captures Blood's style really good. It's hard, and therefor good. To the above author-Bell, try playing a higher difficulty level if it's boring, and it lacks health because it's hard :P -N

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Godsdoomer

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Very good as always torm!

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One of the best WADs I've had the pleasure of playing. The hellish city is beautifully and intricated designed and appropriately lighted for an eerie, apocalytpic effect. There are 6 keys to find, and that's a nice touch; it adds challenge to the game, and it is kind of like a big puzzle. The music is chilling! It really made me apprehensive whenever I went into an unexplored building or room. 5/5!

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what the heck is that guy talking about, this map is great. one of the best maps for zdoom ever. great atmosphere and gameplay. Really challenging and very different from LE

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Legendary?No shit.Lott fabulous wads,and this one is one of the BEST!!!!!

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this is a really boring city-styled map. gameplay doesn't meet detail here. not what i expected from the author of TNT:LE, one of the most perfectly balanced maps for ZDoom. didn't like the music also. again, not what i expected after playing ROTGS. it fits the map 'cause it's just as boring. boring and hard with not enough health to go around is the worst way to go. also, is there a bug with the purple key or am i really allowed to jump for it. 3/5 - Belial

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Wow... Thats godly...

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Oh, wow! This map is much better than the TNT series, in fact I'd say it's one of the best maps I've played recently! I love a good city-style map...

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If you pull this up in an editor you might notice that almost all of the lines are block sound. 9/15/07

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Great WAD! cool gfxs, good music and gameplay rules. 5/5-- MoTi-BoY (SsWolfenSie) ;)

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Totally undoomish, if you hate DOOM you may like this, if not, then just ignore this.

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I'm in two minds about this. One the one hand it looks great, with atmospheric graphics and some ambient sounds. And it is fun. But it's very monotonous. I like action as much as anyone but at least at the start this is just bang... bang... bang... bang with the shotgun for five minutes as swarms of enemies get you. There's generally enough health and ammo, it's just not a very subtle level given that it looks so well-crafted.

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Reminds me of the epic qualities of level 29 of Doom 2, but extended into the modern day. This has as much gameplay as an entire Doom 1 episode. If the people of 1995 could see it now, they'd be amazed at how much can be done with user-modified versions of Doom. This is fun enough just to wander around in, with gorgeous textures and sounds. Significantly it doesn't have an "intro movie" and as far as I could see there were no toilets, no bathroom, no mock television.

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This is some good shit. Download it now.

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This WAD is hard and challenging but it's SO AMAZING and unique looking with all the dark themes! That's what people call a creative hard-working expanded map. If only I knew what the name of the song was and from what game/movie/etc.

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pretty badass map, although not as good as the "apocalypse" version which had more atmosphere and new stuff. the author could tell us that jumping is required for at least one portion of the map. also there's a glaring HOM on the crates with the BFG.

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good job

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