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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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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

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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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