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id have tried to fix the control problems of FPSs on the iPhone and have succeeded by removing movement all together. The game is a little pricey, but you'll get your money's worth.
This is not the DOOM you remember. Though it's a bit short, DOOM Resurrection is an incredibly engaging and fun "on-rails" shooter that contains some of the best graphics seen yet on the iPhone.
For the most part I had a blast playing Doom Resurrection, and it’s easily a game I’d recommend to players that want a quick-bursts shooting gallery that’ll take up a few minutes of dead time. In a lot of ways it’s unfortunate that this is a $9.99 game though, as its main competition (titles like Tiger, Need for Speed, and Sims from EA) has a whole lot more depth. Still, eight levels at about 10 to 15 minutes each is still a nice amount of content, and you can always go back and play through each stage on harder difficulties to extend play. Doom shares a lot of similarities with Metal Gear Touch, though id’s offering is slightly more expensive but stronger overall. There’s no leaderboards for scores though, and while a few new levels for a couple bucks would be a nice addition I’m not sure if id wants to mess with the core game at this point, so you’re basically getting a couple hours of play (two to three for most) for $10.
Then again, none of those apps look as sexy. DOOM Resurrection has some faults, but it's still one of the iPhone's hottest shooters, so if you have the cash to burn, head to the App Store and buy a one-way ticket to Hell.
Slide to Play
Going to an on-rails format may be blasphemy to some, but Doom Resurrection still makes for a solid shooter.
Pocket Gamer UK
That lack of hard replay value puts Doom Resurrection in a bind. As though caught in purgatory, the game delivers deliciously detailed graphics and satisfying action that will have you salivating - yet, once you're scarfed it down, it's done.
For now, though, Doom Resurrection is an enjoyable diversion for a couple of hours, but lacking in depth or replayability to warrant serious consideration.
Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
ID software sacrifie le représentant des FPS dans un rail shooter bien réalisé, mais forcément moins intéressant. Les amateurs du genre se tourneront donc préférentiellement vers d’autres titres comme Brother in Arms : Hour of Heroes ou le tout dernier Modern Combat : Sandstorm qui, eux, sont de vrais et bons FPS sur les appareils mobiles d’Apple.