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Dos nuevos episodios de 32 niveles de DOOM II. Evilution: Lejos de la Tierra, la UAC recomenzó sus experimentos en una de las lunas de Júpiter. Una nave espacial, confundida con una nave de suministro en el radar, pasó por encima de la base. De ella salieron demonios, salpicando toda la base con muerte.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 17 Jun 1996
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Incluye 4 artículos: Ultimate Doom, Final DOOM, DOOM II, Master Levels for Doom II

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Dos nuevos episodios de 32 niveles de DOOM II.

Evilution:

Lejos de la Tierra, la UAC recomenzó sus experimentos en una de las lunas de Júpiter. Una nave espacial, confundida con una nave de suministro en el radar, pasó por encima de la base. De ella salieron demonios, salpicando toda la base con muerte. Todos tus camaradas fueron rápidamente despedazados o convertidos en zombis. Esta vez, no se trata de supervivencia. Se trata de venganza.

The Plutonia Experiment:

Los mejores científicos de la nación han puesto sus mayores esfuerzos en cerrar las siete Puertas interdimensionales del Infierno, pero un portal queda aún abierto. En solitario, debes infiltrarte en el complejo asolado, derrotar al demonio Guardián y sellar la última puerta al Infierno antes de que los muertos vivientes estén preparados para dominar el mundo, una vez más.

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo: Un equipo 100% compatible con Windows XP / Vista

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If you don't like Doom I don't like you.
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An instant classic from the series that popularized the FPS genre. Hours of fun of simple yet complex running and gunning. Delivers an experience that still holds up well even in todays flooded FPS community.

+ Contains two seperate episodes
+ Runs smooth on all platforms (Windows 7, XP, Vista, and 8)
+ Hours of Fun
+ Varying diffuculty

- Older graphics may be a turn off

If you like Doom or an FPS that does not hold your hand whatsoever Final Doom is for you.
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ORIGINAL awesome little kids don't know why. You should probably get this if you have a credit card and or mortgage.
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Could this game be any harder? I think not.
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FINAL DOOM is a package of two highly acclaimed “megawads” or collections of fan-made levels. In all you get 60 very well-designed levels, which equals about twice the length of DOOM II, or nearly the combined length of DOOM II and THE ULTIMATE DOOM. It’s highly recommended you play those two games before touching this one.

FINAL DOOM adds literally no new mechanics or anything to the table. It’s kind of just an extension of DOOM II -- sort of like the difference between SUPER MARIO BROS. and SUPER MARIO BROS. 2 THE LOST LEVELS. Another reason the comparison is apt is because of FINAL DOOM’s increased difficulty over id Software’s original creations.

What makes the maps in FINAL DOOM so good is that they were designed specifically for people who’ve already completed the first two games and are thus already highly accustomed to how DOOM works. The fan levels manipulate enemies, items, and the gimmicks of DOOM in ways beyond what id explored.

Between the two megawads, “TNT Evilution” in particular manages to feel tough but fair. It spends a lot of time using enemies in ways DOOM and DOOM II didn’t prepare you for, messing with preconceived notions and tactics that may have gotten you through those games.

You may end up in tight quarters with a Hell Knight or a corridor with a Revenant, subverting how you usually fight against them. Despite stuff like this, the levels are designed to where you can always find new ways to deal with old problems. In this way TNT manages to always keep you guessing.

The other megawad -- “The Plutonia Experiment” -- on the other hand, feels a little bit cheap in my opinion. It definitely feels possible to beat, but ramps up the difficulty pretty much as soon as you begin and puts you in a lot of downright crappy situations without warning. Whereas TNT gradually ramps up the grade of enemies and weapons, Plutonia throws Revenants and Mancubuses at you on its first level. I also think it overuses chaingunners. If you’re a stubborn kind of gamer you can still enjoy it, but it’s noticeably more frustrating than TNT.

FINAL DOOM is sort of like an ultimate mastery of old school DOOM, its levels making the most of DOOM’s mechanics and requiring the most of the skills you developed in the original two games. That, and being basically twice the content of an actual official DOOM game, make it one the most valuable collections of commercial fan content around.
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