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Infected Telecom Stations v1.2

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A 16+2 level wad, technical reality + tactical fight


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It's a wad made in a very consistent, sort of 'back to the basics' style. Not everyone will enjoy the simplistic map designs (they are definitely not up to par with what you'd expect from a 2005 wad), but the gameplay is lots of fun. The maps have some great fights and item placement is usually well thought out. The /newstuff review is indeed groundless. 2/5 for the design, 4/5 for the gameplay. 3/5 - Belial

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I'm actually really enjoying this wad. Although I feel it's meant for skilled doomers I find you don't have to think much to survive, which I have really enjoyed. I also think it's a nice touch to have reused areas. It's obvious, however, that the author didn't focus much on presentation, which becomes even more apparent later on. It also becomes apparent that the gameplay is oversimplified. After a few levels the wad is likely to get dull as a consequence. --- 3 Stars.

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This has been grossly maligned for reasons that aren't apparent. It's perfectly OK.

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There is absolutely nothing wrong with this. The level design is admittedly average, with the texture work being the weakest link. The actual structures of the levels are great, and it seems as though the levels were based on real locations. The replacement music and sounds are the best part. The monsters sound more like wild beasts. Some of the music selections suit the atmosphere of the levels perfectly. 3/5 stars.

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Fights weren't bad,but TOO MANY bathrooms!Had to be the biggest bunch of incontinent Marines in the universe.-3*

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This really isn't any good at all. OK it's big and plentiful but it's such predicatble copy + paste mapping as to be completely boring. - pritch

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Ugh... these levels were no fun to play. Very boring. 1/5

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I give this 1 star. I can under stand if this is a first-time wad, but to be honest, there was no catchy architecture, and the gameplay ain't that great - Kirby

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Old fashioned and sometimes not much to look at (tho its appearance improves considerably after the first map), but decent enough gameplay. Some areas that seem easy can kill you quick. Map16 was my fave (watch your back).

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Hmm. It got a pasting in the newstuff; the levels are much too large and diffuse and the author keeps using the same tricks over and over and over again (toilets! light switches! a room filled with computer banks that have doors in the ends!). If anything the wad is damned by excess; if it was smaller and there was less of it, it would be quite good.

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This one kind of garbagy, 1.5/5, but the author has since improved with smallde1.zip, so don't miss that!

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