DOOM marches back to the gates of hell with confidence, but some of its attempts to try new things fall flat. Literally.
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For what it lacks in scope, Bad North makes it up with an addictive, rewarding roguelike strategy gameplay layer.
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Ultimately, Wolfenstein: Youngblood feels more like the product of a shareholder meeting, where non-gamers pushed this idea of turning Wolfenstein into a quasi service-type loot shooter, only without loot.