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Plutonia 2

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An add-on sequel for Final DOOM's "The Plutonia Experiment". It emulates Plutonia's design and gameplay styles and follows from where it left off.


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Fantastic if you like getting your ass handed to you. ;)

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Gives back the Original DooM Style. there is no new monsters (and thats good for this WAD.) And very good, challenging Maps. 5/5. Live forever, PL2.

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Well ... the maps are GOOD, i guess. But many of them DON'T feel like the original Plutonia. To me, it just seems that this is a random megawad that simply has the Plutonia name tacked onto it so that players will make a huge deal about it. Sorry if it's just me, but it seems that Plutonia2 just doesn't satisfy. 3/5 -- ph33r

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THE BEST WAD EVER!!! YOLO

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^"perfection known as Plutonia Experiment, FUN"^ Please leave the doom community, you know about nothing and just want money! 5/5

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Excellent wad 5/5 - Sniper 109

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I thank the entire Plutonia 2 team for putting together such an epic project. This is probably the absolute best Co-op wad I have ever played. This is a must have for any doomer. And for those who have complaints, I don't see how you could not rate this wad a perfect 5/5.

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Nicely done. I Like that the authors didn't spam monsters into the levels, and actually made an effort to make them hard for reasons other than monster count.

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Really brilliant design. 5/5

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I would actually give this a 4.5. This is by far the hardest WAD I have ever played. The maps are great, and it is extremely challenging on Ultra-Violence. I spend most of the levels running around nearly dead. This one is definitely not for the faint of heart. It bears little resemblance to the original Plutonia, but if you are looking for a challenge, look no further. My only complaint is that the maps towards the end are pretty long. Each one is taking me about 20-30 minutes to complete.

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