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I Hate My Neighbors

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It's been one of those days when you were chilling

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Chaotic and fun! The pistol-start refresh after a decent amount of levels kept me on my toes and the combat interesting (especially using Project Brutality 3.0). Definitely challenging so I only recommend this to those with decent skills. Fun story and pretty good level design.

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Start was so easy, like going to walk in park. Later maps were harsh as heck, but I liked. It's fast paced, I finished all maps in the one evening. There are some missing  textures in early maps, but they don't cause problems. Last episode was stand-out for me of rest maps due improved quality and gameplay. No complains, besides it has some repetition and predictability when you get a system how everything works. 

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This starts as a Sunday morning WAD that you can play while shaking off your morning daze but gradually becomes more and more difficult where it reaches a point where you'd better never get hit by anything because there will be lots of pain and no medikits to cure it.


Maps are aesthetically pleasing and each map is different than the others. There's certainly little repetition, although you will begin to expect every nice item or progress point being rewarded with a trap. The WAD is split into episodes with Romero's head and barrel exits taking away your inventory and there are some Tyson maps which are not that easy if you prefer to play this with Vanilla's melee radius.


Shortly: excellent WAD, good for coop and the title is actually a Polish stereotype about neighbours.

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    • By The BMFG · Posted
      ah yes floorceil. i love the exquisite and masterful show of all of this games beautiful floors and ceilings this took me multiple hours to get through due to its complexity in level design and monster placement. i love the trap near the end where right as your going for the yellow key and all the walls open up to reveal a horde of bloodthirsty imps ready to claw your very hot face off. over all 5 stars crafted by a master of doom  complex level design  challenging new enemies  and a brand new weapon so beautiful that i cannot spoil in this review you really need a high iq to understand the complex level design and master crafted puzzles  would recommend
    • By dei_eldren · Posted
      Having been recommended to me earlier, a while back i gave this WAD a serious try, whilst by now being quite sure it's not on paper something i'd be likely to enjoy.  And so it wasn't, i simply quit in E1M4, but could've just as easily done so already on M1, as my impression didn't change at all as the game went on.   For me, the layouts are far too protracted and downright boring as a result, and the detailing is heavy-handedly generous, and i would even say, not pleasing to my eye.  Long levels often are not a problem when the layout is well-designed, and when one by the end of it has gotten a good grasp of it, but here i never got that feeling, so for me the layout designs are a problem.  No doubt this is partly due to them being expansions of the original maps, but it shows their efficacy and genius - and it shows that the whole idea of expanding such maps may be ill-adviced unless one can truly match that genius, and here that has not been the case. i also did not enjoy the alteration of the original areas to 'modernized' or 'improved' versions.  One main feature of this WAD are the gameplay additions, such as mines, forcefields, radiation areas, new monsters and numerous others, and these i saw as nothing more than gimmicks that didn't add any substance, simply detracting from the elegant simplicity of the game.   As far as gameplay itself goes, on first level there was a severe shortage of health considering the amount of hitscanners, and also some worry about having enough ammo.  On further levels they weren't frivolously given either but that's to be expected (quite a bit of bullet-spongy beasts are present, so it's important to manage it all correctly).  The new monsters didn't add anything to my liking, but i do see what was attempted with them - still, for me they are just a novelty (i sort of like the black crouching figure shooting fireballs, maybe it could be used somewhere and i'd like it...)  Doom is an extremely balanced game, and it's not easy to add to its bestiary without tipping the scales, i'm aware of only a handful of times that it's been successful to my taste.   One interesting thing was the detailed intermission-stats, that even showed as graphs the player's success in past levels and collected/used ammo, health, etc.    i have in the past used the term gimmick-WAD and this is a good example of exactly what i mean with it.  So for me, this had nothing to do with Doom, but i give two stars regardless, mainly for effort and trying something different.  Even so, this is just my personal experience and preference, and i'm glad a lot of people are of a different opinion.  (Played on LZDoom, HMP and continuous.)
    • By Kuro_mahoh · Posted
      I saw a floor and a ceiling, multiple in fact. Nice that there is no false advertisement here.
    • By Plank_Guy_89 · Posted
      It took me a few hours to get through. Pretty fun and very difficult.