Metal music that'll make you want to mosh only ramps up the tension during some of DOOM's more frantic moments. It fits perfectly.
Disturbingly detailed demons to slay and Hellish red-hued environments scream pure DOOM. The game moves at a fair old lick too, never dropping a frame, even when the screen is full to bursting with monsters. Beautifully grisly.
Pure and unadulterated FPS mania, bristling with offal bags waiting to be torn a new one. It fast and frenetic, gory and extreme: everything you could possibly want from a DOOM game.
An 8-10 hour campaign, decent multiplayer mode and SnapMap represent excellent value for money. You won't feel short-changed.
A superb set of achievements that cover all of the requisite bases, with the lion's share devoted to campaign, and four or five spread between multiplayer and SnapMap. A good list.