Doom: from the worst to the best, according to critics


If you can currently enjoy your Battlefield, Call of Duty and Halo in the greatest tranquility, you should be very grateful to John Romero and his friends. The designer who co-created id Software with three comrades was the brilliant mind behind Wolfenstein 3D, Quake and, of course, the franchise we’re going to talk about today.

Killing bizarre monsters while moving frantically to the sound of beautiful heavy metal is definitely the formula for success. You asked, voted and here’s the “Worst to Best of the Doom franchise”. Our criteria are described below, so pay close attention.

The notes shown are based on the Metacritic note aggregator. If the title was released for more than one platform initially, we will take notes from each version and do an arithmetic average.

We did not find the scores for two games on the website mentioned, so we researched reviews made by major media outlets at the time of launch and averaged them.

We only considered the main games in the franchise, that is, spin-offs were not considered.

In the case of Final Doom, as it is not canonical, we do not consider it, but, just in case, its score would be 55.75.

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Don’t you agree with the list? Comment. My top 5 is this one:

5) Doom II: Hell on Earth
4) Doom (1993)
3) Doom Eternal
2) Doom 3
1) Doom (2016)

See Also
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