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John E Death 5 (DOOM2)

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This one is based on a layout started by Mickey... Good for death- match. A few good surprises...

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I honestly see a decline in this saga of WAD's, we start with 3 and end with 5 which is honestly a little more fun than 4 because I simply used the Flashlight mod since Light is usually a common problem in Doom maps for some reason


but if I hadn't had the flashlight this is definitely the worst in the series since it feels like they did it as soon as Doom 2 came out and they had never modded in their life except for this map


but still, funny Wolfenstein bad guys appear in this WAD so... 100/10 I need another one of these

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Walter confetti


Not a bad map, maybe a little more bland from the previous level in the series, but is still a cool map.

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Bad King John

Playable, no bugs, but not very exciting. Looks old. Brightly lit, high, bland rooms too large for the monsters plus a few dark passages. Some poor texture matches (even a mix of LAVA2 and RROCK5) in the same lava pool!). Took me 25 minutes single player at UV. Probably better for DM.

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This is an old map and it shows. It's not the worst one out there, but it still lacks a lot in regards to room structure and visuals. There's some useless backtracking too. I'd skip it.

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Meh at best.

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