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Submitted by combocaster 725d ago | review

Rise of the Triad Review | ComboCaster

Much has changed in the FPS genre this release of Wolfenstein 3D or Doom. Explore the map looking for secrets is better or worse than the current linear system, is something that must be answered by each other and the recurring criticism that says that all weapons are equal, well, do not know to what extent it is possible to make actually several different weapons in the game without becoming too less simulation and arcade. Rise of the Triad, the original, was originally intended to be a continuation of Wolfenstein, but when the middle of the development, the developers abandoned this idea was born one of the most popular FPS ever.

Of course, over time, we consider Doom as the best classic FPS, but that did not stop a team of passionate recreate Rise of the Triad and bring it to our century, the era of Call of Duty and Battlefield, with his super speed, and the best in graphic terms that this was has to offer. And while many reb... (PC, Rise of the Triad) 7.5/10

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