Doom: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Alternate name: The Ultimate Doom
Characteristics: Action, 1st-Person Perspective, 3-d, Shooter, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Real-Time, Adult, like Doom
Publishers: Activision, ID Software, Infogrames, Atari, Sega, Midway Games, GT Interactive, Imagineer, Williams, Soft Bank, Weird Science, conduits technologies, Art Data Interactive, Williams Entertainment, Bashou House
Developers: ID Software, GT Interactive, Williams, Bruce Lewis, Panutat Tejasen 'Jimmy', David A. Palmer Productions, David A. Palmer
Original/port composer: Robert Prince (Dos)
ZX Spectrum 48/128
3DO - United States
Atari Jaguar - United States
Sega Saturn - United States
PlayStation - United States
PC Dos (1993) - Europe
Sega 32X (1994) - United States
Sega 32X (1994) - Europe
Sega 32X (03 Dec 1994) - Japan
Super NES (1995) - United States
PC Windows (1995)
Super NES (01 Mar 1996) - Japan
PlayStation (19 Apr 1996) - Japan
3DO (26 Apr 1996) - Japan
Sega Saturn (11 Jul 1997) - Japan
PlayStation (13 Oct 2000) - Europe
Game Boy Advance (26 Sep 2001) - United States
Game Boy Advance (16 Nov 2001) - Europe
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Eclisis
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 1
Size of archive: 195 KBytes
- "Pitiful" (by nikoola, 17 May 2007) [2/10]
This is a remix of that famous Doom song with the awesome guitar work. That is totally absent here and most of the parts aren't even right in this version. No effort was put into this, so don't waste your time.
- "Not worth dowloading" (by nullfish, 18 Oct 2006) [2/10]
No, its not a good tune. It dosent even change chords in the main riff like the original. The orginal song is good though.
- "Not really enjoyable to listen to" (by Scorpion, 30 Mar 2008) [4/10]
The creator of this tune wrote in his comments that it's about 90% accurate. Unfortunately, it's not really enjoyable to listen to, since it's arranged wrong, the main melody doesn't shift pitches correctly, and I suspect that he kinda guessed how the original sounds.
You can use ZDoom to actually put this MOD in a PWAD file and play the game to try out Doom using this song, but I'd advice against it, since the music becomes annoying ingame (www.zdoom.org, you'll need the original DOOM.WAD).
- "Samples rule, but..." (by TomoAlien, 18 Apr 2009) [2/10]
Yeah, i like the samples, but the fact that there's no pitch changing makes it bad.
- "pretty good actually" (by WolfJenn, 11 May 2009) [8/10]
I don't think these guys are listening to the same tune, I like this one. it's pretty good.
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