Blade of Agony is a story-driven FPS. The project is inspired by WWII shooters from the 90's and early 2000's, like Wolfenstein 3D, Medal of Honor, and Call of Duty, but with faster-paced gameplay in the spirit of Doom! The game can be played standalone using the GZDoom engine as a base. "This is basically one of the best DOOM mods I've come across." - John Romero

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5

The game looks great, but the core gameplay leaves something to be desired. Seems like more time was put into the visuals than the actual gameplay and the feel of the weapons. I've run into performance issues on my high end rig because of this. It's mostly due to GZDoom engine itself and how it utilizes your hardware. They've overdone the visuals a bit, sacrificing playability with eyecandy at parts. Until things are improved upon, my review will stay as is.

10

I love it, and we need more games like this. Much hard work has been put into this and can't wait tell all done.

This is a fine example of Doom modding power. There is a big variety between gameplay. Some missions are search and destroy a german lab, while others require you to platform in an Aztek temple. Moments later you'll be sneaking around killing nazis with stealth.

Just when the sneaking gets boring, the game treats you on an awesome weapon and a target rich enviroment. All you need to do is literally let go and wreck the place. In short this game has good pacing.

Enviroments a re beautifully crafted, good looking textures, atmopheric lighting and intriguing level design.

Side objectives are really nice and are recommended to get the most out your playtrough.

It's hard to describe, but just play it even if you only mildly enjoy fps games.

Only porblem I have with the game is the performance, 90% of the time it runs well. But some maps eat away the frames. It's a shame that the people I recommend it to have a hard time running the game.

10

It is like to play a game 20 years old never released, & it was found in a hidden archive. Really enjoy playing it.

The best Wolfenstein mod I've played. Visuals are great, sound is awesome, gameplay is fun, and the map design is very nice.

9

You should be incredibly proud, devs. Blade of Agony is packed full of detail and some fantastic shooter action. It runs like a charm and looks great.

Easily one of the best DOOM mods ever.. can't wait to see more.

Is so good, it brngs me memories for that era were FPS are just WWII theme but now with Wolfenstein.
(Sorry for my english)

10

Simply excellent.

This is absolutely one of the top 3 best Doom mods I have ever played! As I play through the game, I am constantly amazed at the kinds of effects and immersion this team was able to pull off with this one. I was a big fan of the WolfenDoom mods back in the day, and this mod is the perfect progression and enhancement of those mods. The most cinematic and story-driven Doom mod I have played yet, and since I already love games set in WWII, this was just such a blast for me to play. I also enjoy shooters with upgrades and character progression, and collectible currency, and this game has that too. I absolutely cannot wait for the 2nd chapter. Great work guys!

10

Amazing experience, great use of the DOOM engine port to deliver a new experience, also amazing graphical qualities too

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Highest Rated (5 agree) 10/10

I love it, and we need more games like this. Much hard work has been put into this and can't wait tell all done.

Nov 13 2016 by doom2299

Lowest Rated (9 agree) 5/10

The game looks great, but the core gameplay leaves something to be desired. Seems like more time was put into the visuals than the actual gameplay and the feel of the weapons. I've run into performance issues on my high end rig because of this. It's mostly due to GZDoom engine itself and how it utilizes your hardware. They've overdone the visuals a bit, sacrificing playability with eyecandy at parts. Until things are improved upon, my review will stay as is.

Nov 17 2016 by redfain