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Doom 64

Doom 64 (N64) game cover art
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Region
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04/??/1997
EU
12/02/1997
JP
08/01/1997
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Reader Reviews

Doom 64 review

Reviewed January 28, 2003

richorosai says: "In the Beginning…

…there was Doom, and it was good. Since then, the SNES, Playstation, 32X, Jaguar, Saturn, GBA, and even the 3D0 have all had Doom ported to them. Any Doom connoisseur can probably appreciate any of these ports on some level, but none could deny the plain fact that they are not, nor do they strive to be, anything but straight ports of the original games. Sure, “Doom Custom Playstation Edition” brought us a few new levels, some ambient background audio and colored..."
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Doom 64 review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

sgreenwell says: "If there's a bad point about Doom, in some people's eyes, it's that the series remains largely unchanged. This game won't change their minds. However, if you have played a Doom game and enjoyed it, then give this one a shot. It's a pretty safe bet that you'll enjoy this one too."
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