Doom Classic Complete Review

Doom is considered the granddaddy of multiplayer FPS games and since the re-launch of the series in 2016, it has made a great impact of fun FPS game. Now with Doom Eternal coming up for release on 22 November 2019, Bethesda released a Doom Classic Complete for new systems. This…

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Doom is considered the granddaddy of multiplayer FPS games and since the re-launch of the series in 2016, it has made a great impact of fun FPS game.

Now with Doom Eternal coming up for release on 22 November 2019, Bethesda released a Doom Classic Complete for new systems. This is available on PS4, Switch and Xbox One. On the PS store you are looking at R89 for Doom and Doom II, Doom 3 comes at R159.

It is a great way for old players to relive these old classics, especially Doom and Doom II. New players can now see where FPS multiplayer games started and what created this phenomenon. This collection has been available before on PC and older consoles but playing it on your console of choice now just makes things so much better. Plus, now you can play Doom and Doom II 4 player local co-op or multiplayer which just adds so much fun.

On the original Doom you get the expansion, Episode IV: Thy Flesh Consumed, with 9 additional action-packed levels. Doom II includes the Master Levels, 20 additional levels made by the community and supervised by the developers. Then finally on Doom 3 the Resurrection of Evil and The Lost Missions expansion packs are included.

So, for R337 you can own these three games and amp yourself up for the upcoming release of Doom Eternal. This is definitely worth owning for any FPS Multiplayer fan as one of the cornerstone series in the genre.

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