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In which order do you like the games from both the Quake and Doom series?

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For me it would be:
Doom:
Doom 64
Doom 2: Hell on Earth
Ultimate Doom
TNT: Evilution
Plutonia
The Master Levels
Doom 3

Quake:
Quake 2
Quake 3 Arena
Quake 1
ETQW
Quake 4

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Doom:
Plutonia
Doom 2
Ultimate Doom
Master Levels
TNT: Evilution
Doom 3
Doom 64

Quake:
Quake
Quake 3
Quake 2
ETQW
Quake 4

edit: Added a few things I missed.

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Doom 2
Doom
Plutonia
TNT
Doom 3
Doom 64

Quake 2
Quake
Quake 4
ETQW
(I haven't played Quake 3)

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Ultimate Doom
Doom 64
Plutonia
Doom 2
Doom 3
TNT

Quake
Quake 3
ETQW
Quake 2
Quake 4

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DooM series

DooM
DooM2
Plutonia
TNT
DooM3

Quake series

Quake 3 Arena and team arena
Quake 4 (only played the demo)
Quake 2
Quake

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Ultimate Doom
Doom II
Evilution
Doom 3

OpenArena
Quake I
Quake 3 Areana
Team Arena

Never really played Quake II outside of the demo, and just learned of Quake 4's existence.

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Episode 4
Doom 2
Plutonia
Evilution
Episode 3
Episode 2
Episode 1
Doom 64
Doom 3
RoE

Quake 1's Expansions
Quake 1
Quake 3
Quake 2
Quake 4

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For me it'd be something like this:

Doom shareware (just Knee-Deep in the Dead on its own)
Doom 64
Thy Flesh Consumed
Doom 2
Plutonia
Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil
Registered Doom episodes (just E2/E3)
Doom 3
Evilution

I split the first game into three parts, because I'd go nuts trying to fit it into the list as a single entity. On one hand, I love the level design in E1 (and some of E4), and I think the first game is presented better and more interestingly than Doom 2 is (taking into account things like the intermission screens, the background story, general progression, secret maps, and so on). But on the other hand, E2 and E3 are almost entirely composed of my least favorite maps outside of TNT and Doom II's "city" episode, so yeah, I'm hopelessly conflicted. D:

Doom 64 gets extra points for being such an oddity, while Doom 3 loses some points for not being as replayable as the earlier games, though it doesn't seem right to rank it so lowly, since it's hard to compare fairly with the classics. I was tempted to put the XBLA episode in as well, but I'm not sure where I'd rank it, somewhere between Doom 64 and Plutonia.


I won't even attempt to order the Quake series other than to say that I like Quake over Quake 2, and the Quake 3/Quake Live thing is focused too much on "competitive play" for my interest.

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1. Doom (E1-3), in vanilla or similar flavors
2. Jaguar Doom (assuming Dragonbrethren's TC is accurate)
3. everything else

Don't really care about Quake anymore, even though I played it like crazy in the late 90's.

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1. DOOM 2
2. The Ultimate DOOM
3. The Plutonia Experiment
4. TNT: Evilution
5. DOOM 3
6. Master Levels
7. DOOM 64

1. Quake 1
2. Quake 2
3. Quake 3 Arena
4. Quake 4

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A year ago or so I'd have put the original Quake near the very bottom of the list, but now that I have replayed the whole thing on a modern computer, I have to admit it's doing a lot more for me than it did back in the day. Even plain WinQuake at 320x200 with +mlook, d_mipscale 0, showram 0 and crosshair 1 turned out to be quite exciting, and while it's still not Doom, I can now see what the fuss was all about.

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I'll just rate Doom series like this instead:

Knee-Deep In The Dead - 10/10
The Shores of Hell - 9/10
Inferno - 7/10
Thy Flesh Consumed - 8/10
Hell On Earth - 9/10
TNT: Evilution - 8/10
The Plutonia Experiment - 8/10
PSX Doom - 7/10
Doom 64 - 9/10
Doom 3 - 7/10

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yellowmadness54 said:

Take battlefield, and quake 4, put em together, and you got ETQW


Never played Battlefield. :P

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