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A Winner Is You Podcast Episode 8: Doom 64

Doom 64 Review

You may have noticed we like shootin’ the sh*t about… well, shootin’ sh*t. We get our game club back on track this episode with a deep dive straight into the depths of hell for the recently revived, underrated classic, Doom 64.

We talk about what it means to be a ‘proper’ Doom game and how Doom 64 both fits that mold and stands apart from it. We then take you through the key moments in the game, talking about what we liked and what frustrated us – mainly the final boss on the latter point!

There’s some bonus content too – we do a cheeky tier list of all the weapons in the game, and pour over some reviews from the time from N64 Magazine and Nintendo Official Magazine. Here’s a shot of the magazine we refer to the most. Read along!

So, we hope you’re ready to rip and tear, because A Winner Is You is about to make you their b*tch.

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Crotchety Englishman who spends hundreds of pounds on video game tattoos and Amiibo in equally wallet-crippling measure. Likes grammar a lot, but not as much as he likes heading out for a sesh of Bakamitai karaoke in Kamurocho. You can hear his dulcet tones on the A Winner Is You game club podcast right here on GoombaStomp!

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