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Primary

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Primary is a large natural-themed map based around several outdoor areas. It focuses on immersive, epic gameplay, with little puzzle solving. There are several routes to take, and challenges tend to be very rewarding.


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For those of you playing on UV, well... sorry. I'm not the greatest player in the world, so UV is most likely screwed. If it's too annoying to play on that level, then just turn it down. :) -SMG

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Pretty darn good.

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This level is terrible. It has open, underdetailed areas filled with monsters. There doesn't seem to be any consideration to their placement, they're just sprinkled around. The level isn't good-looking either, it looks like a GZDoom level made in 1994. 1 star.

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Very nice. Pretty details, but... all the parts look the same, which is kinda annoying. Still, I liked it. 4/5 -Moti

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This absolutely requires GZDoom and it has jumping. It's a kind of Far Cry Doom, although because it is running on the Doom engine it looks more like Spyro the Dragon. But I'm being mean. This is the largest level I have ever played; it's enormous, and great to just walk through and look at. But the gameplay is a chore. The combination of open spaces, plentiful hitscan monsters, and archviles makes it basically unplayable, because there's no tactical depth. But it looks fab.

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Excellent! I'm usually not too keen on these very large open maps, but this one was a treat. It's packed with some great sniping spots, as well as lots of open battles. Nice one SMG, can't wait for Secondary.wad. 5/5 -jb

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What the author doesn't realise is that this map runs perfectly on ZDoom, not just GZD. I completed it at the same difficulty you guys did. Gets a 4/5. -prdarkfox

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I like it. Very Open Large Areas. Low enemy most on annoying locations at least on skill 3. Play uv soon 4/5

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Nice. A bit repetitive though 4/5

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I really liked it! This is one of my favourite wads! Great map, awesome music! 5/5!

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Didn't like it. Random open areas with random monster placement. This map is really big, but too boring. There isn't any reason for playing it IMHO. 1.5/5 - Damned

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If you fall off the dege you die! What the hell is up with that. I was having fun up until that part. Not a bad level I guess but the rock gets old looking after a while. 8/12/07

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Actually, there's water, 3D floors, and other GZdoom only features. I did try to make it playable in Zdoom for those of you who can't run OpenGL. -SMG

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      Это вообще хороший мегавад. Есть некоторые мапс , которые плохи как 03, 17, 31 и 19, и другие, которые очень хороши как 10, 11, 21, 28, 29 и некоторые другие. Это стоит скачать.
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