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I choose...

Doom 18 75.00%
 
Wolfenstein II 6 25.00%
 
Total:24

Doom, its simply just a better game. As for preformance, id say Wolfenstein 2.



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I don't know for switch, but to me Wolfenstein 2 New Order is a better game, Doom is more fun in sense when you first play it... but after a while it get's repetitive.



I came to say DOOM...but it appears my input is no longer needed on the topic. XD



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I actually feel they're pretty close; Wolf 2 is a great example of how to do a modern AAA game well, while Doom is an awesome throwback to the days when pure gameplay was king. I give the edge and hence my vote to Doom on the grounds that I prefer it's aggressive "push forwards" combat, but Wolfenstein is no slouch.



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Either way, the original DOOM is still best



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From a technical perspective Wolfenstein but gameplay wise doom



Wizav said:
I don't know for switch, but to me Wolfenstein 2 New Order is a better game, Doom is more fun in sense when you first play it... but after a while it get's repetitive.

Wolfenstein 2 is the New colossus, While the New order was the second Wolfenstein game released on the ps3/360 Generation it's not actually a sequel to the first game which was just called Wolfenstein.

The game on Switch isn't "the new order" though... it's Wolfenstein 2 : The New Colossus, the game which is exclusive to current generation consoles / PC



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I just upgraded from a 50" 1080p led dlp to a 65" 4k led.  The Denon receiver upscales to 1080p and then the Q7fn upscales that to 4k, if I understand correctly, that is.  I have yet to play DOOM again, on it...but Wolfenstein looks great imo...so I can't make a call from a visuals perspective just yet.

The story is obviously much deeper for Wolfenstein and it suits the game well.

From a gameplay angle, I'd have to say DOOM all day.  The movement is smooth as silk as very fast.  But it's arcady and supposed to be less realistic I guess.  I am enjoying Wolfenstein for sure, but moving through the levels feels a lot more of a chore and less intuitive if that makes any sense.

Someone else said it, and I think they are right on.  Wolf is a good port of an ok/good game.  DOOM is a good port of a great game (imho).  So far, I guess I'd have to give the nod to DOOM.