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Hell Revealed II Review
Last Updated: 2020-07-31 19:24:15
DOOM is one of the oldest FPSes in existence, and its engine is famously so robust that it can run on pretty much anything and also create pretty much anything. From FPSes to RPGs to companions to a city living game, it has a ton of different mods and maps that can all do different things. There are even full campaigns created called megawads. One of many is Hell Revealed II.
To install Hell Revealed II, you need to have ZDoom and move the WAD file into the GZDoom folder, which is pretty par for the course for DOOM maps.
Unlike the original, this megawad doesn't even have an excuse of a story and just hops right into the maps. The environments range from shiny techbasees to cryptic cities to volcanoes and sewers. There's no rhyme or reason for these maps, as it's a very gameplay based megawad.
Just like the last megawad, this is an incredibly bloody and action-filled set of maps. However, where this megawad stumbles a bit in comparison to its predecessor is that it starts throwing hordes of bullet sponges at you that take little strategy. This megawad drifts a bit more often from "hard" to "tedious" and it's truly unfortunate, as the genuinely well-balanced encounters are incredibly fun.
If you want to have a challenging megawad that doesn't even try to take itself too seriously, then you should give Hell Revealed II a download. However, overall, I feel its predecessor was a little more well put together.
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