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.

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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

Awesome

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 one of the best mods I have ever played and the arena is awesome.

It also has a great future/medieval style to it.

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

10

very nice mod...

10

Daemonos says

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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.

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