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  • Summary: You killed the Demons once, they were all dead. Or so you thought... A single Demon Entity escaped detection. Systematically it altered decaying, dead carnage back into grotesque living tissue. The Demons have returned - stronger and more vicious than ever before. You mission is clear, thereYou killed the Demons once, they were all dead. Or so you thought... A single Demon Entity escaped detection. Systematically it altered decaying, dead carnage back into grotesque living tissue. The Demons have returned - stronger and more vicious than ever before. You mission is clear, there are no options: kill or be killed! Expand

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  1. Mar 28, 2020
    70
    Aside from higher resolution support and a modern savegame feature, this is more or less the original Doom 64 experience from 1997. Which is fine, since the game holds up pretty well. Despite some confusing level design, Doom 64 still offers tons of fun for those craving a retro FPS in the tradition of the first two Doom games
  2. Mar 19, 2020
    50
    DOOM 64 is considered a cult classic, meaning that the people who love it, really love it. The one writing this doesn't though. It is way too slow, tries to have a horror atmosphere (and almost succeeds), although it is in no way a horror game, and, most importantly, the level design is mediocre at best, as it's more about flipping switches than killing demons. Those who loved the original will be glad to know that this is a very good port, with FHD resolution and an improved frame-rate - just don't expect any new content.
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  1. Mar 30, 2020
    10
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  2. Mar 21, 2020
    8
    This port is pretty well made and includes most of the creature comfort features of modern shooters, while not straying too far from theThis port is pretty well made and includes most of the creature comfort features of modern shooters, while not straying too far from the original Doom 64 release. The guy who worked on the infamous Doom64EX source port conversion worked on this official rerelease as well and the quality shines through. It's a little too easy for keyboard and mouse users and there are small bugs here and there but it's very smooth and runs at modern resolutions up to 144hz refresh rates. If you've never tried Doom 64 I'd highly recommend as it has a different spin on Doom and has interesting types of puzzles along with updated enemies and weapons. Expand
  3. Mar 24, 2020
    6
    The game's save system is broken and the game will occasionally just wipe your save and prevent you from making new ones. It's a really bigThe game's save system is broken and the game will occasionally just wipe your save and prevent you from making new ones. It's a really big problem as it seems to occur every 5 or so level.

    Also, it would be really nice if we could map different weapon sets to the otherwise unused D-Pad directions for quicker access to your arsenal

    If these 2 things were improved, then it would be an 8.5 for me
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  4. Mar 20, 2020
    2
    No port on windows7 . High system requirements, game 97, 8 GB of RAM which are more like a joke. Bad joke. Very ... 2/10