This is just a less filled out wiki page for http://www.giantbomb.com/incoming/3030-34418/ Far as I can tell Incoming The Final Conflict was on the original box art for the game on PC. The game itself doesn't even mention that subtitle as noted by this screenshot I posted.
I've never been a fan of setting up a obvious sequel at the end of a game. Yet it does fit in with the overall vibe of this being a reboot of Doom. I'm surprised they didn't go all the way with it and send the Doom Marine to earth only to see that all that argent energy has caused armageddon. So it was okay but I kinda expected more from it after being impressed by the rest of the game.
I haven't kept up with your retrospective but having recently played through Halo 4 for the first time I felt compelled to check out this entry. You do a good job of recapping what you liked and didn't like about the game. At least for me Halo 4 seemed like a fun game throughout what seemed like a rather short adventure. Might have been because I played it cooperatively with a friend.
This is a hard question to answer. I'll take the easy way out and say that I enjoyed them both equally for different reasons. Wolfenstein had a well crafted story bolstered by some good gunplay. Doom has a enjoyable dumb story and at the same time the fast paced gunplay kept me entertained.
@zombiepie Well if I didn't attempt it I can't ask you to do it. So here is what I remember doing when I played through FFVII. I'm sure I picked up some of the ultimate weapons because some of them are easy to obtain. The same can be said about some of the level 4 limit breaks. Getting them all is absurd so just go with your main party members. Attempting to take on the ruby/emerald weapons is worth doing too. Since you have Yuffie you might as well go to Wutai. Definitely worth picking up Vincent as well. Other than that ehh. Pretty sure I saw at least one part of Fort Condor side quest and I did end up with a blue chocobo somehow.
Well you went all out with this opening blog post about FFVII. I continue to appreciate your ask questions style of writing. Because I tend to just go with whatever story the developers are trying to tell instead of taking the time to think why almost none of these scenes make sense.