- Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10
- Offline: 10 [180 ]
- Online: 2 [20 ]
- Approximate amount of time for 200 : 2-6 hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Number of missable achievements: None
- Number of glitched achievements: None
- Do cheat codes disable achievements: No cheats
- Does difficulty affect achievements: Yes
Ahh, Doom. A legendary game, the pinnacle of graphics and originality, or at least it was during its debut in 1993. If you haven’t played this game, or heard of it, chances are, you’re a new gamer, or one that likes to live under various objects that prevent contact with the outside world.
Firstly, you want to go through on Ultraviolent mode, so you can get all of the story progression achievements in one run. The biggest difference between Ultraviolent and the lower difficulties, is the abundance of monsters. In reality, this isn’t all that much harder, just be sure to not waste your ammo. "Hoarder" and "Clean slate" should come naturally, if you have trouble with them, start up the first level on the easiest difficulty and focus on killing and finding secrets.
The most difficulty you’re going to have with the achievements, is from "Nightmare", "Rookie" and "Destroyer".
Here is a run of the first level on nightmare difficulty:
As for "Rookie" and "Destroyer", you can either boost or get them legit, if you can find a game. If you plan on doing it legit, your best bet is to get the minigun or rocket launcher and use them to slaughter your foes mercilessly, yum, giblets. If you would like to boost them, you can look for a boosting partner in the boosting thread, or create or join a Session.
If you enjoy nostalgia, or first person shooters, this is a great game. Most achievements are obtained easily and at regular intervals, leaving this game with only a couple of ones that will require real effort. Remember to make those demons pay with their lives for what they did to Daisy.