[game]Final Doom[/game] is a first-person shooter video game released in 1996. [game]Final Doom[/game] consists of two 32-Level megawads , TNT: Evilution by TeamTNT, and The Plutonia Experiment by the Casali brothers. [game]Final Doom[/game] is a standalone game and does not require Doom II to run. The gameplay in the PlayStation version of [game]Final Doom[/game] is nearly identical to that found in the PlayStation version of Doom, though it significantly toned down the overall Level of difficulty from the original PC version, thus giving it a Level of difficulty that is closer to that title. Finally, due to the complexity of many of the maps featured, most of the Levels are simplified, similar to many other ports of previous Doom games, and the frame rate of the game is often lower than it was in the first PlayStation Doom game. They set up a base on Io, one of the moons of Jupiter, with a solid detachment of space marines for protection.
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