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The Raven

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You are an elite special forces unit known simply as the Raven. Your orders were simple. You and a team of other agents were to infiltrate and destroy a suspected drug cartel headquarters. On your way, you and your buddies ran into some difficulties with the Colombian Army. You got past them, but not in one piece. The only survivor is you, and you'll have to take on the base alone or die trying.


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Zahid

  
sniper style gameplay in realistic type stonewall +mountain location with all former-humans along related drug-lord type story all combined gives me very impressive feeling about map idea.its exploratory and bit short.it shows doom can be realworld type rather than just running and wildly fighting (mythical) monsters...

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This had a very beautiful look and good balance. However its finished too quickly. Its rooms are beautifully integrated but the rooms themselves are very unimaginative, most being square and empty and sometimes excessively large. Overall its a pretty sight to see at best.

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This is dated 1st January 1996. It's a big beige rock castle, mostly battlements. It's large and barren, with only 43 monsters, exclusively former humans; in the context of the story they are Colombian drug dealers. The lack of health makes for frustrating gameplay against hitscan enemies, but it's still a trivial level to finish, because there isn't much of it - a couple of walkways, vestigal crate mazes, stairs, a couple of lifts, it's empty.

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      It definitely makes Doom look darker, but also slightly changes colors (it reminds me PSX Doom). I prefer original Doom colors and miss how it looked on CRT (almost same colors as with modern monitors, but less brightness and maybe more contrast).
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