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Doomtroid is an upcoming 3D-Platformer, Action-Adventure, Puzzle, First-Person Shooter game for the Nintendo NX, Visus Sphere & PC. It is a crossover of Doom & Metroid and allows the players to play as either Doom Slayer or Samus with a massive assortment of weapons, enemies and locations from both franchises. It borrows elements from both franchises as well with Metroid's Puzzle aspects and Doom's heavier Platforming-Shooter aspects.
An monstrous agreement is struck between the Space Pirates and the Hell Demons to stop two of the greatest warriros in the galaxy. With their combined might, the two armies captured the Bounty Hunter, Samus and Gun for Hire, Doom Slayer and had them locked away within a combination of Space Pirate & Hell Demon Security. However it seems that there is no rest for the wicked as soon after they awoke, the duo began turning the Security Facility into a bloodbath in an attempt to escape and stop the forces from making Ultimatums upon the Galactic Federation.
Gameplay-wise, Doomtroid takes many aspects from both Metroid and Doom. The very alien environments and hellish architecture of both games are retained and there are some segments which take place in industrial areas that appear to meld both games. The game's gun play is taken mostly from Doom with the player able to use a variety of weapons (some with secondary functions) to destroy the vast waves of enemies that challenge the player/s along their path. The Glory Kills also return as well as the new Bounty Kills which drop Hell Phazon a new item to both franchises that effectively works as experience points allowing Samus or Doom Slayer to upgrade their weapons and armour to become better equipped with what they go up against.
In addition many secrets can be found which can warrant the player unlocking some new armour colourations for both characters. Furthermore the heavy platforming of the Doom Games comes into play while exploring with the player often navigating long and twisting areas of a map, however the puzzle aspect of Metroid also plays a heavy role as to fully explore said maps, a variety of simplistic puzzles must be solved to progress. The story is about as complex as a Doom Game although has some backstory, similar to Doom (2016) and the Metroid Games. In addition the game is canonical in both universes, taking place before Metroid: Fluxuation and After Doom 2 (20XX).
A legendary Bounty Hunter, known for her general dislike of corrupt authority. Samus has become extremely proficient thanks to her training by the Chozo, an ancient race of Bird-like Aliens who gifted her with the now infamous Varia Suit. Samus has a large array of advanced alien technological weapons to aid her in combat although doesn't shy away from a few conventional hand weapons.
A silent but brutally aggressive individual, Doom Slayer was a marine who was betrayed by his clients and sent to Hell to fight off droves of Demons and monstrosities alike. He has an extreme hatred for large corporations and especially Demons whom he seems to make almost an art out of killing. Doom Slayer has a passion for the hulking guns like Rocket Launchers and Heavy Artillery guns but doesn't shy away from a Pistol or a Shotgun either.
Doom Slayer Variant
Samus Aran Variant
Pistol - A low Power, Manual weapon that initially helps with early game and can obtain the infinite Ammo Upgrade later on
Charging Gun - A powerful Manual weapon, Charging Guns have low ammo per round although have a relatively high damage
Rifle - A powerful, long range, Manual weapon, it must be reloaded after each shot although is highly accurate as a trade off
Burst Rifle - a moderately powered, low ammo, low range but extremely high spread rifle, Burst Rifles deal more damage the closer they are to their target
Shotgun - A high power but rather inaccurate weapon, the Shotguns deal huge knockback on smaller enemies and can stagger larger enemies for a more close shot
Assault Rifle - A moderately powerful and extremely fast firing automatic weapon, the Assault Rifle weapons are best used with the Iron Sights instead of Hip Fire as they lose a lot of accuracy from the latter
Heavy Assault Rifle
Sprayer Blaster - A large area of affect and powerful weapon, Sprayer Blasters are capable of slowly taking down multiple enemies at once although have slow firing and reload rates
Minigun - Capable of holding extremely large cases of Ammo and firing off said ammo faster than any other weapon, the Minigun is great for tearing down waves of enemies if the user doesn't care for Ammo
Sniper Weapon - With the greatest range for a conventional weapon the Sniper Weapons have incredible accuracy to assist although are incredibly slow at reloading and can only carry one round of ammo per clip
Heat Seeker Weapons - Powerful and rather dangerous weapons, the Heat Seeker Weapons can lock onto targets and hit with incredible accuracy, rarely missing, they do take a while to reload however
Rocket Launcher - Incredibly powerful although having a slow firing speed, the Rocket Launchers deal explosive damage upon impact and are incredibly efficient at blowing an enemy to pieces
Heavy Energy Cannon - Incredibly powerful cannons, these weapons deal high damage although leave their user vulnerable due to their slow firing rate
BFG9000 - The incredibly powerful cannon-like weapon, BFG9000s use very rare ammo and deal the most damage of any ranged weapon in the game, they are manual loading and relatively accurate
BFG Demon Slayer
BFG Ion Cannon
OHKO Melee - Incredibly powerful although limited use, the OHKO Melee weapons require the individual to be right next to enemy to attack although it will kill the enemy leaving more ammo and health than usual
Auto Defense Turret
Baron of Hell
1 - Hogar Perdido Asteroid
After breaking out of their confinement, Samus & Doom Slayer form an uneasy trust as they team up to escape the Security Facility on Hogar Perdido Asteroid. Without much option for escape methods, the two opt to use Samus' heavily damaged ship to descend to a nearby planet to recover and repair the ship.
2 - Savaged Mines
Seeking the necessary time to make repairs to Samus' Ship, the duo make a temporary landing on the unknown planet. However due to an attack from the Space Pirates the ship crashes causing its the duo to forcible have to abandon the ship. After crashing into a nearby abandoned Mining Facility, Samus and Doom Slayer attempt to find a new ship to escape the planet.
3 - Dreadnaught Ship
Having successfully escaped the unknown Planet, Samus and Doom Slayer's hijacked ship finds its true escape is halted by the mysterious Dreadnaught Ship orbiting the Unknown Planet. Without any other options, the duo decide to investigate and attempt to disable the ship but find its mysterious architecture and haunted appearance to prove to be a significantly greater challenge.
4 - Space Pirate Fortress
After discovering a plan to take over the galaxy between the Space Pirates and the Hell Demons, Samus and Doom Slayer land at a Space Pirate Fortress, said to be the main connection point between the two armies. Upon arriving they notice the impacts the Hell Portal within the Fortress has had on the area and the dramatic increase in Hell Demons in this particular area. Seeing no other choice the duo plan to head into Hell to destroy the Hell Portal.
Guardian of Hell
5 - Hell Ruins
Upon entering hell, the duo find themselves in a massive labyrinth filled with various hellish monsters whom seem to be guarding a large dome structure at the center of the ruins. In hopes to find a way to deactivate the hell portal, the unearthly roar from within the ruins leaves Samus and Doom Slayer on edge.
6 - Spire of Black Lightning
Finding what seems to be the cause of the Hell Portal, Samus and Doom Slayer ascend a massive stone structure with ominous machinery attached to it, somehow channeling the hellish energy within into the various batteries around the Spire. At the top a mysterious Red glow appears to be emanating from the cracks, its cause, unknown.
7 - Casil Inferon
Having successfully initiated the shut down procedure for the Spire of Black Lightning, Samus and Doom Slayer prepare to use the Hell Portal to return to, a mysterious figure crashes into the Spire causing it to collapse, after the rubble settles, Samus and Doom Slayer look around to see the mysterious figure flying towards a large structure in the distance that looks like a Castle of Lava.
8 - Torn Core
Upond finding a massive reconstruction effort by the Space Pirates and Hell Demons, Samus Aran and Doom Slayer make a march on the core of the combined operations of the two armies to take them down once and for all. Navigtating through the complex maze of tunnels, corridors and various ruins they soon arrive in the Torn Core to find a huge facility generating power from hell in preperation to create a giant Hell Portal.
9 - Crashed Research Station
After seemingly destroying the Hell Portal project and escaping back through the partially completed Hell Portal, Samus and Doom Slayer find themselves in an area all too familiar to Samus, the BSL Station. Although mostly in ruins, they find the place has a small Hell Demon & Space Pirate outpost and likely contains a ship to escape the heavily damaged remains of SR388. Surprising to Samus they find Metroids have heavily re-colonized the small planetoids encountering everything up to Zeta Metroids as they explore the ruined planet.
10 - Ancient Hell Labyrinth
After a surprise encounter with an Omega Metroid, the duo and the beast fall into a third Hell Portal this time landing in the secret base of the Hell Demons whom had revealed to be manipulating the Space Pirates under the pretense of gaining Metroid DNA necessary to create the ultimate Hell Demon. Upon impact the Omega Metroid dies from its wounds while Samus and Doom Slayer use its body to have a semi-safe landing. Exploring around they find they're trapped in a huge Labyrinth created by the Hell Demons to whittle away at the duo until they are killed.
Alt Costume Title
Doom Slayer Alt. Costume
Samus Aran Alt. Costume
Kill every Hell Demon in every Chapter (There is a counter for each level so the player doesn't have to repeat levels)
Doom Slayer Hellfire
Samus Aran Volcanic
Complete the Dreadnaught Ship Chapter without killing any monster (except the Boss of the Chapter)
Doom Slayer Mossy
Samus Aran Golden
Complete every Secret Mission in every Level
Doom Slayer Arctic
Samus Aran Aquatic
Kill every Space Pirate in every Chapter (There is a counter for each level so the player doesn't have to repeat levels)
Doom Slayer Midnight
Samus Aran Stellar
This is the first Doom Game created for the Visus Sphere that a port of a previous entry
Samus' BFG9000 has a noticeably more sci-fi appearance than Doom Slayer's which seems to have some Demonic Runes carved into it
The starting scene is somewhat simlar to both Doom (2016) and Metroid Prime as after escaping an enclosed facility the duo must beat a Self-Destruct Timer to escape the Security Facility
Magmoor's were also going to appear in the game however it was decided to remove them as they would ruin the duality between the theme of Technology (Metroid) vs. Mythology (Doom)