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??/??/1996
JP
04/26/1996

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Doom review (SNES)

Reviewed July 08, 2010

Rob Hamilton says: "After mere moments of playing through the first level of the first (of three) episodes, I was wondering if my killing machine of a space marine had been replaced by Stephen Hawking. You will move really slowly and choppily through levels AND the controls aren't responsive. There's a brief delay between you using the control pad and your character actually moving, which isn't a very desirable thing in an action game."
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