Wolfenstein: The New Order left me feeling kind of lukewarm, despite what I'd heard about it and not being able to pin down exactly what I didn't like about it. It could have something to do with the excessively monochrome gray/brown aesthetic, which I tend to heavily dislike (with exceptions like Limbo, of course). If I were to give you a shortened recommendation of the new DOOM, it'd probably go something like this. On top of having utterly incredible old-school gunplay, DOOM makes the most of it by ensuring a controlled sense of pacing, with large, exploratory levels keeping things calm between fights. Furthermore, should you choose to look for it, there's actually a rather well-crafted story to be found here. The collectible data logs are interesting and well-written, dialogue from NPC's is meaningful but never outstays its welcome, and Doomguy manages to be a silent protagonist with infinitely more personality than many non-silent protagonists.