Publicada: 22 Dezembro
Now, I haven't played Doom 1 or read any sort of manual or anything for this game, but this my understanding of the plot. It's the far off year of 2004. Humans coexist peacefully with demons as of the famous Satan & Gore Act of 2001. Swole racist Doom Guy was incarcerated for hate crimes against demons. Doom Guy has escaped from prison and is on the hunt. He proceeds to go on a drug fueled rampage of slaughtering everything that crosses his path. Bullets and Hellfire are shrugged off by this mentally crippled individual. Doom Guy is a neat freak and always skips leg day however, and falling into a shallow mud pit will surely result in a quick, painful, bloody death.
Enough about plot, now's talk of actual gameplay. It's generally fast-paced except when you can't figure out where the Hell on Earth you're going, and downing groups of baddies can be quite satisfying. There are a good amount of secrets to discover, which is nice, but I generally find just finding the right way to go to be a secret commonly. The controls are very smooth on their own, but I imagine a large percentage of those who are non-veterans of Doom and those not playing this in 1995 are going to be very disoriented by them. One of the most irritating things I find is that you can not look up and down. Perhaps you can, and I'm too lazy/incompetent to do it, but I'm listing it anyway. The doors often times blend in too well with the walls, but it's not too bad.
Overall, despite my complaints, I believe Doom II to have aged well and be a good game. Although it can be easily obtained for free from a number of third party sites, support Id if you can by buying it. I'm not even sure if Id is still alive. I just looked it up, they were bought by ZeniMax in 2009, so it isn't that big of a deal if you support them or not. I'm sure they're fine.