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Author: Follow_Freeman
Posted: October 15, 2018 (10:35 AM)
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Takes a lot to make an interesting read for a game that volumes have been written about, but you got what it takes. Really captures the feel of the game, which is a worthwhile approach since everyone knows the mechanics of Doom by now. Incidentally, I think you might enjoy watching the Doom mod videos by Marveller, who also has a pretty fun (if roudy) Discord group. Check it out sometime if you'd like some new adventures in this iconic setting!

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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: October 16, 2018 (01:29 AM)
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Thank you!

I do love checking out some of the mods people have made over the years. The Alien ones always intrigued me, especially since some of them are better than the actual Alien games that have come out. I'm tempted to download that Aliens Ultimate Doom mod.

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