Doom 2 for Duke Nukem 3D

by Daniel Leonard

(334) views since Jan 2019

Released: 1998-06-26
Mode: SP, DM, COOP
Difficulty Settings: Yes
Featuring: 1.4+
Sound/music: No
New Art: No
New Cons: Yes
Score: 68

Review by Puritan on 14 July 2016

A seven level episode based losely on Doom for Duke Nukem 3D.
The goal is more or less the usual one: roam the area for keycards that unlock new areas ending up with the transition to the next level.
Note that even though the title of the downloaded zip-file is "Doom2tc" this package isn't a TC. There are no new art, sound or music. It's only slightly modified con-files enclosed.
The design is very simple for the most part with lots of squared and empty rooms. The layout picks up a little bit in the last couple of levels though.
Texturing is okay with nothing special to it. Lighting / shading is weak but present anyway.
There are tons of weapons and ammo to be picked up. The healing items is even more generously handed fact; you might never be able to make use of 30% of the available health kits.
It's a quick run through, really. Less than a hour should be enough.

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Released: 1998-02-11
Score: 71
Mode: SP, DM, COOP
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