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Nine Inch Nails

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A punch to the nostalgia. A 1995 .wad of a band that some can argue hit its peak in 1994 - 1995. There's just something about Nine Inch Nails and Doom that go well together that makes me surprised there weren't more of these fan creations. It was great to go back and play through something I enjoyed so much from 20 years ago, so take this review with a grain of salt or a swig of booze.

 

As a level, its a shuttle run, long narrow hallways that zig zag while spelling out NIN and Pretty Hate Machine on the floor. Enemies are lined up for you to easily shoot. There are a few major rooms, that you'll need to grab keys from before running back through the hallways. It needed shortcuts or extra enemies that spawn in or walls that seal you in and force you on other paths.

 

The map in general offers so much health, ammo and armor that its a cake walk, giving you time to fully experience all the memorabilia on the walls. If you're one who likes good or aligned textures, avert your eyes, because its wall to wall photos of Trent Reznor and album covers. By wall to wall, I mean its literally every texture is Nine Inch Nails with the exception of marble textures.

 

There's a diverse array of colors here, the bright Broken album rooms, the dark NIN texture rooms and the yellow Downward Spiral rooms. The level makes interesting use of heights, there's a tower in the NIN texture room, stairs throughout bigger rooms and hallways and even some ham fisted trap with a map that has a blunt warning on the wall that you need baby steps.

 

It has one of the better midi renditions of Closer, but at around hearing it for the third time on my 17 minute play through, I had heard it enough.

 

If you're into Nine Inch Nails or big, colorful worship .wads this is for you. If it didn't have the Nine Inch Nails theme it might be a bit drab to play.

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dg93

  
Sloppy map editing and use of textures, but kinda fun to play. 3/5 for effort

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This is dated December 1994. It comes from the heyday of pretend adult rock band Nine Inch Nails. The wall textures are replaced with awful NIN graphics that don't tile properly. The gameplay involves running to the far end of the level to pick up a key, then running back to pick up another key, then running back to flick a switch, then running back to pick up a third key, then running back to the end. It's tedious.

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