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Video Game
Name
Doom (1993)
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North American Sega 32X edition
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Release Date
1994-12-03
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English
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The 32X edition of Doom features 15 levels from the original and supports the Sega Genesis six-button controller. It was a launch title for the 32X when it was released in the United States on December 3, 1994. Since the game is a truncated version of the PC original, it does not feature all of the weapons that one can find in the longer versions of the game. It does, however, benefit greatly from the flexibility of the Genesis' flexible D-pad which allows for smooth gameplay and a minimizing of player error.

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