- For other games in the series see Doom.
Doom (32X) and Doom (JAG) were the first console versions of Doom (DOS) to include several changes, such as removal of several areas in levels to make a console adaptations (due to memory, cart capacity and other restrictions). While Sega 32X version of Doom was first made by J. Carmack, the publicity saw the Jaguar one earlier.
Doom on 32X is mostly good enough (and addictive) to play. Some little, not-so-much annoying disadvantages include: reduced screen size, (that you actually will fail to notice after a long play), non-rotative enemies who cannot infight but still can kill each one and the lack of Inferno levels making the game a little short. Among those also comes music (see below).
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The music of Sega 32X Doom is the worst thing, as say most fans of Doom. In fact, this is a little more better than the OPL2 tunes of original DOS version. On the other hand, you get a much reduced number of songs. Thefore, you cannot hear such breaking ones like I Sawed the Demons, Untitled or Donna to the Rescue. Only the songs from Knee-Deep in the Dead episode are here (exception is Sweet Little Dead Bunny from Inferno), the other were taken out. Even not all of them are used. As sample, The End of DOOM and Introduction are hidden in the ROM but never played. Hacking the ROM to include custom levels can reveal these songs. ROM also has alternative version of At Doom's Gate.
These tracks have been recorded using a Mega Drive Model 1 VA0.
|01||At Doom's Gate||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||3:23||Download|
|02||Intermission From DOOM||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||3:30||Download|
|03||The Imp's Song||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||2:46||Download|
|04||Dark Halls||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||4:45||Download|
|05||Kitchen Ace (and Taking Names)||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||3:01||Download|
|06||Suspense||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||2:55||Download|
|07||On the Hunt||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||2:58||Download|
|08||Demons On the Prey||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||2:42||Download|
|09||Sign of Evil||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||2:42||Download|
|10||Hiding the Secrets||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||2:27||Download|
|11||Sweet Little Dead Bunny||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||1:02||Download|
|12||Unused Song ~ Introduction||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||0:07||Download|
|13||Unused Song ~ The End of DOOM||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||3:23||Download|
|14||Unused Song ~ At Doom's Gate||Bobby Prince||Brian Coburn||3:23||Download|
- Ripper: Cancer (1, 3 - 11), Doom Depot (2), Driftyloon (12)
- Recorder: Nuke.YKT
The credits appear after beating the game. If the player cheats to access the last level, they will not get the credits and instead be kicked into a fake MS-DOS command prompt.
This rip is missing songs.
Audio devices need to be detailed.
This game is missing releases.
- mobygames.com/game/sega-32x/doom - MobyGames.
|Doom||• • • • • • • •|
|Doom II: Hell On Earth||•|
|The Plutonia Experiment|
|Hell To Pay|
|Final Doom (PS1)|
|Doom (2016)||• • •|
|Doom Eternal||• • •|
|Notable Personnel||Bobby Prince • Aubrey Hodges • Tom Mustaine • Christian Antkow • Mick Gordon|