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ZOOM DOOM II: Hell on Earth
Sold Out (DOS/Win95) (Retail) (DOOM2PR)

Included in Doom: Collector's Edition

id Software / GT Interactive



4 1/2 stars from Computer Gaming World

Let the Obsession Begin. Again.

The wait is over. In your hot little hands, you hold the biggest, baddest Doom ever - DOOM II: Hell on Earth! This time, the entire forces of the netherworld have overrun Earth. To save her, you must descent into the stygian depths of Hell itself!

Battle mightier, nastier, deadlier demons and monsters. Use more powerful weapons. Survive more mind-blowing explosions and more of the bloodiest, fiercest, most awesome blastfest ever.

The 3-d modelling and texture bit-mapping technologies push the envelope out to the max. The graphics, animation, sound effects and gameplay are so virtually realistic, they're unbelievable.

Play Doom II solo, with two people over a modem, or with up to four players over a LAN (supporting IPX protocol). No matter which way you choose, get ready for adrenaline-pumping, action-packed excitement that's sure to give your heart a real workout.

Doom II. It's time to get obsessed again.

Requirements: CD-ROM drive with 150KB/sec or higher, 386/33 DX minimum, designed for 486 or higher, MS-DOS 5.0 or higher, hard drive, 20MB of free space, 4MB RAM minimum, VGA graphics, joystick and mouse optional. Supports Sound Blaster, Adlib and 100% compatible sound cards, AWE32, Gravis Ultra Sound and Roland Sound Canvas.


Computer Gaming World, November 1994

"The background story of Doom II begins when...Nah, let's not bother. id Software didn't waste much time writing a story, so I'm not going to waste ink on the flimsy piece of work they did create. Know this: you are still a space marine, there are still legions of hell spawn to slaughter, and rather than battling through a military base and a demonic fortress, you'll be battling through a military base, and urban cityscape, and a demonic, trans-dimensional something or other."

"The conclusion for fans of Doom is, of course, yes, by all means - the next time you're traipsing through the aisle of your computer store, put a little Hell in your hand basket. If you know what to expect from Doom 2, which I hope you do by now, you won't be disappointed. By the time you've battled your way through Doom 2's levels and met the ultimate incarnation of Evil at the end, you'll have sucked out the essence of the Doom experience, swirled it around in your mouth, gargled and spit. If you are like me, you will feel a bit wrung out, spent, satisfied, and ready to leave the corridors of Doom behind you and move on."

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