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|Overall User Score (9 votes)||3.7|
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Mac Gamer (1995)
Doom II is a 'classic' finally available for the mac. Although it may not be as graphically sophisticated or contextually complex as some of the more recent games of it's type, it's still a great play. At times I found myself literally on the edge of my battle-chair, my binary-self looking up from the floor where I had so recently fallen, dead, after being emoliated by some green fireball-thing or other method of horrific destruction, asking myself, a little scared, "do I really want to go back in there?" Of course, even as I was contemplating this, I was opening my last saved game. (Forget using my other lives. If you die you loose most of your weapons, and I'm not going back in there without my rocket launcher.) Overall this game is a good play. If you like your violence straight up, no chaser, then DoomII - Hell on Earth for the Mac is the game for you.