Doom Guy Isekai
by Angry Spider
A very familiar soldier, used to battling the 'endless' hordes of Hell, is eventually overrun and dies.
But his war isn't over yet.
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The only issue with this story is it's based off the idea of Doomguy dying to the hordes of hell.
Read with the doom soundtrack for the full experience.
There's only a bit of world building. There isn't much character interaction. But that doesn't matter cause I'm having fun. The story is about Doom Guy getting isekaid into the hell of another dimension. Horrendously OP and unable to say anything but "DOOM" I've found myself smiling through the entirety of the story so far. The author seems to know what they're doing. This isn't meant to be the next Lord of the Rings. It's meant to be a fun and silly jaunt through Hell and the author encapsulates that energy perfectly. This is junkfood reading at it's finest.
Fun story of Doom Guy getting portaled to a new universe, overall really good. I may expand more later once the story progresses more!
Great, sentances flow nicely, overall story feels smooth, and not clunkey
Also great, I didn't spot any mistakes, reads well.
Nicely paced, feels well thought out. Though a bit early to tell much more
Bit early to tell to much, but Doom Guy and his reations seem realistic, as do the demons.
Granted, this story isn't particularly elucidating, doesn't explore any new concepts, and stars a stupidly powerful protagonist.
This doesn't stop me from thoroughly enjoying every word. This is some of the best crack-fic I have read in a while, and features some genuinely good action scenes.
Give it a read, it's good fun.
RIP, TEAR, DESTROY, DOOM.
If you like your ultra-violent exploits to have clear plot points and good characters, give this a shot! This is everything you'd want in a Doom fan fiction, and even more.
Ultra-gory mayhem is where Doom Guy thrives, and that doesn't change here. There's no grimdark feeling unless you think too hard about it, but grim isn't what this story wants to be. Rather, it's more like you as the reader are watching an fps protagonist do fps protagonist things... which you literally are. This kind of mood wouldn't work in any other genre where moods can be complicated, but Doom Guy is not incredibly complicated when he's fighting demons.
Other than the normal Doom fare, there are a few surprisingly touching moments of self-reflection intermixed among the chaos, and side characters with motivations of their own. These scenes are a nice, refreshing break from the mindless killing.
Ultimately, the killing scenes are entertaining enough to draw you in, and the emotional scenes are enough to keep you interested in the story and characters.
There is some interesting development and world-building that points toward a cohesive plot. This doesn't get in the way of Doom Guy being Doom Guy, but in fact enhances his violence by giving him clear checkpoints on his way to brutally murder all demons. Hell yeah.
Simple and violent during fight scenes, and emotional during self-reflection and companionship scenes. Everything is understandable.
Doom Guy has clear motivations and self-reflects on how lonely it was throughout his stay in Hell. That's more than I expected from a story based around mindless violence, and that it's executed naturally is a very nice bonus. The inclusion of other characters who can be just bloodthirsty as Doom Guy gives our main man even more character and enriches the story overall.
It's a rollercoaster of adrenaline and other emotions inside a clear storyline with good characters. It's everything you'd expect from a Doom fan fiction, and even more. Absolutely give this a shot.
An enjoyable and fun read with some gore, and maybe a giant floof.
I can only anticipate his future interactions with his fellow heroes.
Couldn't stop reading, and hope the author makes a ton more dooooooom!
I'm honestly a little unsure how to review this, but I'll do my best. The story itself is rather straightforward. Doom Guy is finally overwhelmed and summoned as an isekai <Hero> in another world's hell, granted a system, and immediately returns to his grisly work. It's a simple premise, but the execution makes it viscerally satisfying. There is no waffling about morality, no subterfuge, or scoping out the situation, he simply gets up and tears into the first demon that he sees and it's great. Absolutely worth the read.
The world is set up as a standard litrpg fantasy world, but the MC jumps off the rails immediately, appearing directly in Hell instead. The juxtaposition between Doom's gleeful slaughter and the classic tropes is played well for comedy, with the system Helper struggling to keep up with the monster that he's paired with. I will say that the litrpg system is somewhat underused, with only a couple of Skills and a handful of perks for dozens of levels. Assuming the level cap is 100, there isn't a ton of room left to slot in more goodies. Not that he really needs them, but they are half the fun of the genre. That said, the progression elements that are already present are satisfying. I have to add, a <Chainsaw/Excute> perk that makes random goodies pop out of monsters would add a bit of sparkle to the situation.
The characters are surprisingly solid. Doom Guy is excellently portrayed as Doom Guy. The new pal is learning the joys of ripping and tearing. The dog is a good boy. The rest are demons, and we all know where things are headed for them. Top marks.
Overall, the story makes for a simple, straightforward riot of violence and gore, supported by an underlying core of comedy despite the brutal content. Even better, the author actually seems to have a roadmap for the future that provides a path for what would otherwise be directionless violence. In short, it's a good time that's well worth diving into, even with just 13 chapters to its name.
the fighting and action parts of the series is amazing and plus how everyone else reacts to Dooms presence is hilarious.