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My Ultimate DOOM episode: Death Tormention (V1)

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trrobin

  
I really liked it. Wish I had played it sooner.

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So-so architecture (at least first half) but plenty of fun to be had.

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Fantastic!8 levels of deadly traps, many monsters and beautiful music.Thats impossible in Doom 2. 5/5

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Outstanding

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Not as good a pe4_dt2 but still nice. Really far from pe4_dt2 in looks, but the gameplay is there. And it still looks decent. Hey, some parts do look good. Recommended!

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It's good, all the levels are fun to play. The architecture is somewhat bland in the first half (which is reasonable as these are some of the author's first levels), but improves in the second half. Overall worth playing even though many of Paul's later works (DT II and III included) are better.

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Not so good-looking, but with nice music, great gameplay. - 4/5 -Damned

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Highly recommend you play this with "Respawning monsters"! it certainly makes up for the lack of challenge in most parts and adds a sweet degree of tension, forcing you to adopt a speedy style of play, especially on the secret lvl ;) Reasonably good oldschool E4! - 4/5

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I could not decide whether to give this a 4 or 5, but I had to choose 4 because DT2 is better and DT3 is almost uncomparably better (my favorite indivisual Doom I episode of all time). Still, well worth playing, since gameplay is still lots of fun and looks are at least decent, if not good. I certainly like this more than the original E4, which was not bad on its own anyway.

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I don't get wtf some of you guys are on about, it's the gameplay that matters, and in terms of gameplay this is an instant 5/5. Kicks the shit out of every single complex modern script driven architecture wanking wad, especially overrated ones such as Thunder peak.

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Decent UD episode, nothing more nothing less. Bland stretches, and the ammo/health is incredibly surplussed, which makes it a really easy playthrough. On the other hand, the traps are alright and it's pretty fun to play. Just, well... pretty average, I think. Paul has much better work. -Snakes

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While these levels are by no means ugly, they are rather square and undetailed. However, they're a lot of fun to play. Recommended for the times when you just want Doom action without looking at pretty scenery.

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A bit on the arcadey side, this one, unlike original E4 or PE4_DT2 (which was much heavier but also simple in design). It plays fast, and not too complicated. Detail is simple too. 3/5

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My favourite for all times! Especially the music just rocks! 5/5

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good and simply, but often offers too much ammo for serious challenge. ****

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A high positive, even if the WAD uses level names from Final DooM. Perfect! 5/5

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