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Online Solar

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Doom
« on: May 31, 2016, 09:00:06 AM »
One word, meh.
I've always loved the Doom formula/video effects feel.
I had high hopes for this release, but like so often in the past, they refuse to allow exploration like found in Quake, Borderlands or any of the other great FPS genre.
Doom forces you to point A and then B, never once allowing for a jump to point I or beyond, they've tied themselves down with the seek and find puzzle bull shit, and forgotten their audience sometimes just likes to kill, explore, snipe from afar.

No, Doom misses on so many levels. I don't see much replay value in this game, I'm almost done and I highly doubt I'll play through the entire game again.
Sad, it looks so good too...
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Re: Doom
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2016, 09:08:37 AM »
I use to play the old DOS based Doom. I also the old Wolfenstein and Spear of Destiny. I haven't play any video games in decades. Too damn slow. Old age bites.  :thumbdown:

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Re: Doom
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2016, 10:41:22 AM »
I use to play the old DOS based Doom. I also the old Wolfenstein and Spear of Destiny. I haven't play any video games in decades. Too damn slow. Old age bites.  :thumbdown:
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Toy sticks with puzzle/seek and find type games.
I truly miss playing online, but without cable, its a complete waste of time, so I stick to single player.
What really sucks about this Doom, is you're on Mars, and they've limited you to some stupid buildings, though I'm hoping that all changes.
Maybe a jet pack, or dune buggy?
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