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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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Mason.

  
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

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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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    • By Myst.Haruko · Posted
      Typical newbie's first map. It has weirdly placed textures, randomly placed monsters and claustrophobic layout. Two stars for some action and exit place. 
    • By Player Lin · Posted
      To me, this is yet other E1 style full-episode, it's plays good, not too bad, just like the original E1 but getting lost so easily. And unless you're doing Pistol-start or your ammo will be TOO MUCH, well, it's not author's fault as id did the same shit on the original E1 too, but on 2013 it may just a little awkward.   Most of levels just plays like typical E1 levels, nothing too special but for those who like the E1 should like this too, unless "getting lost/multi-ways" is not something you like...for me, I just do "sv_fastweapons 1" after E1M9 beaten, shame on me, I know, but that's why E1 style just too easily to fall into a boring monsters-killing-fest if nothing so special, and until E1M8, I didn't see any of them so special...maybe some secrets...:\   Overall, I would say it's fine E1 episode replacement, for those who love this kind of levels.
    • By Meril · Posted
      Old map from 95. Not really intresting design, but I didn't find any wrong alignments homs or whatever. Monster placment is ok. Except one room cramped with trees and mass of hitscanners without any cover. Progression is very confusing, you may find some unintended shortcuts which confuses even more. 
    • By GuyNamedErick · Posted
      Akimbo weapons are nothing new but it is nice to see the Doom weapon line-up to be duel-wielded. Maps that are tight on ammo can be a problem and the secondary fire modes are rather underwhelming, with some being straight-up worse than if you shoot normally. Otherwise, it's a fun mod.
    • By Player Lin · Posted
      Classic style, plays so id feel, good and bad designs too, since it was designed for the DTWID project and then rejected. Impossible to get 100% kills because a monster cannot get teleport out with 1-time only teleport line...   If you like the old-school id style, this one is for you, if you're not, well, maybe give it a try if you don't really hate id levels.
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