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Back to Saturn X E1: Get Out Of My Stations

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Get Out Of My Stations is the first episode of Back to Saturn X, a three-episode partial conversion for Doom II.

Back to Saturn X is fully compatible with Doom2.exe and Chocolate Doom. It has also been tested with Eternity Engine, PrBoom-Plus, ZDoom, GZDoom, and Risen3D.


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Voros

  

4/5, absolutely dreadful. The demon placement and map architecture always fills me with dread.

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Gothic

  

One of the greatest. Can't wait for the finished E2 and E3

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ShoDemo

  

What can I say. This is the first custom wad I have ever finished. This is the wad that got me interested in Doom community levels. This is the wad that made arch-viles my second favourite monster.

 

The textures are beautiful, the soundtrack is amazing and the gameplay has variety and is a decent challenge.

I recommend this wad to everyone, whatever the difficulty you choose may be. It's a work of art and you seriously need to check it out.

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Doomkid

  

lol this is a really nicely made wad, like duh, its BTSX E1. Go play it now

 

 

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Csonicgo

  

During development, I made sure it worked on "the real thing", and in the process this wad broke Doom to the point that it could have destroyed my computer's hard drive. If that doesn't say "it sucks" then I dunno what does. 5/5

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Jimmy

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Boring greybase textures. Layouts aren't straightforward corridors. Too many revenants. Music sounds like a Mariachi band falling down a flight of stairs. Enjoyed the goatse pipes in MAP22 though. Shit otherwise. 5/5

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Tarnsman

  

I feel awful for having contributed to this void of artistic integrity. 5/5.

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Demtor

  

This was the second custom WAD I played through since my Doom hiatus 15 years ago. I didn't know things like this existed and I was shocked and amazed both during and after play as the ending is just fantastic. What an amazing detailed work of art that really felt like it's own game without stepping outside of the Doom 2 umbrella of greatness.  5 Stars, easy. 

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Jayextee

· Edited by Jayextee

  

Currently the zenith of vanilla texturing and mapping, this is a great slog from beginning to end. The singular theme (dirty tech bases) threatens to get old, but toward the end the encounter design keeps it engaging. Also, the subtle hues in the new palette are pretty sublime; and the music never fails to inspire.

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AnonimVio

  
Repetitive, but fun.

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Breezeep

  
Worth the wait.

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an_mutt

  
It's pretty good!

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StoneMason

  
An excellent example of vanilla mapmaking. I Look forward to the completion of the sequels.

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chungy

  
Simply a masterpiece.

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Edward850

  
This garbage doesn't work with Brutal Doom

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Zapzop

· Edited by Zapzop

  

Gets a 3 star due to some maps being with hellish stuff, which I don't like, and it also doesn't fit into mostly techbase theme of the mappack. Still, it's worth a play if you want.

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perfectpitchrob

  
A great combination of jaw dropping level design, sharp gameplay, and brilliant music. One of my all time favorite wads.

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Pavera

  
one out of five times five

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Salt-Man Z

  
The techbase theme starts to drag after a bit, but that's a minor nitpick. Absolutely phenomenal, gorgeous and fun.

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Cyberdemon531

  
about damn time

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Bryan T

  
Took long enough.

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  • File Reviews

    • By Endless · Posted
      A classic, one big milestone in Doom mapping. Small maps with very consistent fighting, with the final maps evolving into big challenges. Also, the soundtrack is just so awesome. One of my favorite megawads.
    • By DoomShark · Posted
      - Map design is very good and attractive - Fun to play as gameplay is very good too - Not very challenging even at UV difficulty + Brutal Doom - I wish it was a complete 32 maps wad, But it only has 20 maps and the other 10 maps are multiplayer only maps      
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      I probably don't get quite of the jokes that this wad tries to mock with (this is a joke wad, right? RIGHT?) but i see that these guys wants to mock us badly. Un-readable runes, milions of bitmap faces, jumping bitmap klingons, fatass trekkers being crushed in E2M4 (and this map is inteneded for cooperative play, but actually is pretty easy as pie), a endless circle arena inside a secret sector for E2M3, the blandest arenas for a DM map i've seen so far and a unfinished map for the final confrontation against trekkers (uh, Klingon fans hates ordinary trekker? Please let me understand!) and doom monsters in a """"epic"""" trench warfare (sprites of fat trekkers is kinda cute, i must admit)...   I really don't get this wad, it looks like a weird ass mock 2 style mini episode, but where is the joke? Where is the fun in this. Bad. Real, real bad.
    • By Walter confetti · Posted
      Is not that bad as reviewers want to make think back in older times. Sure, E1M1 / MAP01 midi is loud as shit and the sounds are a little annoying sometimes, but overall the graphic works on Kenshiro arms and legs and some texture work are pretty good looking, reminds me a little of Strife.
    • By Juza · Posted
      For some reason, I always looked at Requiem as one of the more 'weird' and forgettable of the popular 90s megawads. However, that doesn't mean it isn't good fun and doesn't feature mindblowingly good levels, with an amazing soundtrack all the way through.   For the most part, Requiem was certainly very advanced for its time, much like Memento Mori II and Eternal Doom. Its first two episodes contain the most fun and beautiful levels of its package, with a grand variety of themes, from techbases, to temples and caves, to the most wonderful and memorable city levels of 90s megawads.   However, it doesn't go without featuring many bad apples, mostly seen on its late episode. MAP20 and forward certainly features some of Requiem's worst levels, resorting to hitscan hell for their difficulty and featuring weird, confusing progression, downgraded visuals and other weird issues: MAP24 for example being one of the most infamous for being near impossible to complete through a pistol start, and the last level featuring a laughably easy to kill Icon of Sin with some weak, uninspired battles beforehand. I can give a shout-out to MAP28 for being an unique and fun level, much like the early and mid episode levels.   Requiem is a very good megawad which everyone should give a try at some point, but personally, it wouldn't be one of my first recommendations when it comes to the 90s.  
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