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TNT: Renascence (episode 1)

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TNT: Renascence (episode 1) is a remake of the first episode (11 levels) of TeamTNT's original TNT: Evolution.

All levels are designed for 'vanilla' Doom2 or Final Doom executables and "compatible" with their limits. TNT.WAD must be used as IWAD, "-complevel 4" for PrBoom/+.


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^Exactly. Remain1 was a bit less faithful, and a bit better, IMO though. Still solid work.

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If you like TNT, by all means, go for it. If you don't (like me), don't bother.

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The original TNT maps were way better. I don't see anything thats better here.

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i only found trashs of wads to tnt and is is 10 more cool wad :D

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I'll say that the maps are good, but they're not very interesting to play. Furthermore, they don't resemble the original maps as much as you would expect for a remake. There is no reason you shouldn't enjoy this if you didn't like the original TNT, however. I loved Evilution, it's just that this mapset is a bit dissimilar at times. tl;dr, I give it 4/5.

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A good reimagining, though just a tad close to the originals. Fun time nonetheless.

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ok, map 4 sux and i can't get past it so: gameplay=1, design=3. needs improvement 2/5

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5/5 to compensate for the previous review, which basically said "I don't like this because I'm not up to it".

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    • By MuratMikal · Posted
      The only thing good about this set of maps are the encounters which are balanced. All the rest are horrible, noob designing with invisible pillars in all the maps, unavoidable damage without radsuits, keys required to progress in secret places, hidden teleport required to progress, everything bad in designing you can find in those maps. Be sure to avoid this, certainly one of worst set of maps I've ever played.
       
    • By Zolgia108 · Posted
      How could i miss this gem for all this time... This is going to inspire me so much, level design is fantastic, top level creativity and a nice challenge. Texture usage is perfect and new sprites and monsters fit in perfectly.   1000/5, easily one of the best megawads ever made! Thank you Skillsaw!!
    • By Hellektronic · Posted
      I'd have to say this is a pretty creative one for Doom 2, its hard with lots of enemies, kind of plays like a direct sequel to Doom 2 in a lot of ways. One thing I will say is that the puzzles are hard to figure out, and might take you awhile to solve (use your map). The music is fantastic though, you don't really miss the classic music, and it's engaging to gameplay.   I will say though, like Doom 2 or Plutonia, ultraviolence is pretty brutal and isn't for everyone. You will get swarmed by absurd amounts of monsters at times, and they'll give you a beating, but it's doable. I'd say the puzzles will snag you more than the monsters, level 2 is a real humdinger, lol.   But, it's a big improvement over wads like Perdition's Gate, the mapping style is pretty creative. I give it 5/5, just so people will try it out.
    • By P41R47 · Posted
      I really loved this mapset. There are just smooth details, just little neat hints about what is going on. And the music really take things up to eleven.   The maps are not really complex, but they quitly fulfill the role for what they were designed. And it would be really cool if this was a full mapset. Maybe not, but two more maps to use the message screen after map20 would round up the experience quite a lot. The maps range from totally atmospheric maps, to sprawling with challenging but moderated encounters. Some are challenging, some are not soo much, but all in all, its a great mapset with awesome music and being a good farewell song to the mapping scene by this authors.   Thanks Black Star Coven, you really know how to set the mood and to create a really claustrophobic and mysterious atmosphere.
    • By UnknDoomer · Posted
      Options and things:   * GZDoom. * Have played with "Complex Doom" modification. * Difficult - "Ultra-Violence". * 100% secrets and enemies (if not count #33). Finished 32 levels, didn't get into #33. I guess to get there you need to choose right teleport (?) on secret map #32. But I don't know for sure. * A lot of cyberdemons and skeletons. Really a lot. * Enough number of save/load required with such options. * A lot of hard maps. Especially secret onces #31, 32. As for regular - 21,22,30.   Pros:   1. + Starting maps is fine. Small, well constructed, not much enemies (less then 150). 2. + MAP 29 (Ticket to Eternity). Nice design. 3. + Challenging. 4. + Combines fine with "Complex Doom" modification. 5. + Good sequel to "Plutonia Experiment". But someone probably will not like local huge maps. 6. + Ammo balance. Especially in case of using Complex Doom.   Contras:   1. - Annoying door switches on some maps. 2. - MAP31 has 2 bugs.   * Area with the credits and items isn't accessable. Seems to switch not working. * 524/534 enemies. Some probably didn't teleport... or something else. Can't get 100% here.
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