Psychophobia is a Doom II mod which can be played with gzdoom and skulltag. Features: new weapons, new monsters, new textures, new music, new sounds, new decorates, new Hud, new maps, and many other different things.
its an Awesome mod for one of the most known FPS of the 90s , "Doom"
It completely replace most of the items and monsters , giving to the game a nice and good look , i recommend this mod , its pretty awesome for people who like custom and new things in their game
NUTS! Gonna play it with Chambers Of Dis mod! EVEN MORE NUTS!
Seriously I loved this mod, haven`t tried 3D. I like sprites.
Dude there should be more wads like this! :D
This is the best wad i ever played. That's simply.
this mod is awesome the new episodes the monsters i can't belive that there is such a good mod this mod is literary awesome
very nice mod...
Magnificent level design - perhaps better than Hellcore, some levels are reminiscent of games like Diablo 2, Blood and even obscure classics like Powerslave. Great detail and immersion.
Spectacular atmosphere - brings the best out of the two basic settings of Doom: Dark, gritty futuristic action and chilling, obscure medieval combat, with an incredible variety of new textures that can be set to hi-res.
Quite challenging - increased difficulty every map, medieval maps specially.
Great enemy placement, variety of foes
Wide array of options - from a old pc to a high spec one, this mod can be played with different graphic options with shortcuts to each setting
An arsenal of deadly, reloadable weapons - from classics like the BFG9k to additions like the flamethrower and different types of grenades and magic spells.
Bottom line: Definitely one of the best Doom II mods out there if not the best of all. Extremely underrated.
One of the best Doom MODs out there!
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