Originally Posted by oktoberrust11 /forum/post/16997575
Check it out, DOOM II plus a new episode is coming to XBLA! I LOVED playing DOOM again on XBLA, this is good stuff.
Originally Posted by tronn /forum/post/17000116
i tried the doom demo when it first came out and got motion sickness. tried the doom demo again about 2 weeks ago and almost spewed. i hope there's a way to adjust this when doom 2 comes out.
Originally Posted by MSmith83 /forum/post/17000931
Real men and women play the Doom games with as close to the original look as reasonably possible!
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Originally Posted by Anthony1 /forum/post/17007748
Cool. I'd also like to see Quake and Unreal (the original single player version). By the way, I know that Unreal is Epic and not Id, but I remember playing Doom, then Quake, then Unreal, and I'd like to be able to play them all on my Xbox from the comfort of my sofa.
Originally Posted by LexInVA /forum/post/17012368
the fan-hacked upgraded version of the game with HD resolution and textures,
In addition to the classic 32-level campaign, plus the expected online DeathMatch and co-op, this re-issue is packing four-player split-screen and an entirely new nine-level expansion set, designed in 2009 by Nerve Software under the direction of id. Dubbed “No Rest for the Living,” it continues on Earth after Hell’s forces have (seemingly) been vanquished. Nerve boss Brandon James tells us that the new content is designed to be played in four-player co-op on Ultra Violence difficulty, contains “a plethora of secrets to find,” and “is geared toward a more hardcore experience.” He’s not lying — the first level alone of the new episode threw Revenants, Hell Knights, Pain Elementals, an Arachnotron, and multiple Mancubuses at us. Whew! Better still is the unbelievably warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you realize that you’re playing brand-new, id-authorized Doom II content in 2009. Yes!