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Final Doom

Final Doom (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Mac
Tags: Shooter, First-Person
Developer: id Software
More Platforms: PlayStation


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Final Doom review

Reviewed October 09, 2009

Rob Hamilton says: "Hell, in just one courtyard, you'll first have to deal with a legion of Mancubi while a few Revenants are aiming their missiles at you from higher ground. Finish them off and hit a couple of switches and a bunch of Arachnotrons make their presence felt. Dispose of them and flip a couple more switches to trigger a massive Cacodemon invasion. All in all, this is a very exhilarating series of battles and it's only one tiny part of this massive, combat-heavy level."
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