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DOOM Walkthrough PS4/XBox One : DOOM 2016 Gameplay




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Doom 2016 Walkthrough

Here it is!  Get ‘er hot off the presses, the complete Doom 2016 Walkthrough and Online Strategy Guide from GameGuidedog will get you from start to finish for this epic bloody first person shooter.

DOOM has been in development for a long time, so long in fact that it feels like shooters have since moved on. Of course this could have been a problem for developer ID Software, but given that the focus was always to provide an updated version of the style of gameplay from the original titles, it turns out that it doesn’t really matter.

NDTV Gadgets gives it a 4.5 out of 5:

2016 is the year of the first-person shooter. We’ve seen the likes of Superhot and Battleborn grace our screens already, with titles such as Overwatch, Battlefield 1, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare are yet to come. But there’s one name that stands out above the others – Doom.

An entire generation grew up in the 90s playing the brutal first-person shooter series developed by id Software. Does this year’s Doom live up to the franchise, or is it another damp squib looking to make good off a nostalgia-starved audience craving for something from their youth to hold on to?

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Doom is a reboot of the series following the lukewarm fan reception to Doom 3. Much like prior games, the premise is simple: demons have made their way to Mars and it’s up to you to stop them before they find their way to earth. Preferably with a shotgun to the face. There is a wealth of lore to immerse yourself in thanks to a massive codex that gains entries as you explore the game world, but it’s completely optional, as is most of Doom’s story. Having said that, if you choose to follow the narrative, you’ll find it a whole lot more intricate than in prior titles.

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Doom 2016: ps4 walkthrough

DOOM Walkthrough PS4/XBox One : DOOM 2016 Gameplay


STN Writes: DOOM has been in development for a long time, so long in fact that it feels like shooters have since moved on. Of course this could have been a problem for developer ID Software, but given that the focus was always to provide an updated version of the style of gameplay from the original titles, it turns out that it doesn’t really matter.











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