As the much-awaited sequel to the 2016 video game Doom, Doom Eternal released in March of this year, it looks like it has lived up to the high standards set by the first game of the series.
Doom Eternal has taken all the things that were good in the first game and has somehow managed to make them even better. In fact, Doom Eternal has ruined the original Doom in some ways because it just seems like a new and improved version with better gameplay, better graphics, and even a better plot, which seemed almost impossible.
While some people may think that the game is too much, it feels almost the perfect game for most gamers. You have a variety of weapons at your disposal, including chainsaws to knives.
Doom Eternal makes you feel like a monster massacring demigod, and you can go on an adventure killing different types of monsters in various ways, including splitting them in half using your chainsaw or getting brutal glory kills.
There is also a battle mode where you can play as every playable demon in the game against others and is a fun way to test and improve your skills and a nice way to take a break from the stressful but fun single-player campaign of the video game.
Doom still maintains that dark humor from the previous game, but it is a little toned down this time, the game feels more intelligent this time, and you have to be more clever as well as better with your ability to kill monsters.
There are new arenas with different types of architecture and different color schemes and patterns. The scenery of the game is perhaps as good as the gameplay itself.
While many people may think the game is too much, it really is a good, intense experience for anyone who is experienced in playing video games.