A solid 8 in OpenCritic.
Here's Huber's review.
MCU, what else do you need.
Just finished it. Goddamn that final boss! Ate all my 1UPs, and I had already earlier turned this to the easiest difficulty. Luckily I managed to beat it by the skin of my teeth. This felt by far more difficult than the 2016 game. More like surviving than a power fantasy, roughly speaking. It's a good game, I don't mean otherwise, a very solid showing, but maybe this wasn't particularly well suited for me. Which is a little odd as I really loved the 2016 Doom, even platinumed it. This one? Nope, won't try that Extra Life mode/trophy.
I love that they finally got the Sasha vs. Bayley feud running. Well, not yet running per se, but the whole thing is now in its positions. Sasha with the belt <3 Eventually.
WrestleMania will be a two-night event now, first time ever. Saturday and Sunday. Must be somehow because of those empty seats without the crowd, to somehow "hide" that fact. ...with some logic. Because we've had superlong events before, like 6 hrs etc. No way this split would have happened without corona.
Also, these are real in the WWE Shop, heh:
Platinum #126: Mortal Kombat 11. I left this unfinished, so to speak, last spring and now finally returned to the game a week ago or so. There was a lot to do still, but thankfully PowerPyx's guide had been updated during these long months. :P A bunch of nice hints and shortcuts there.
I even got to Shang Tsung's throne room in the Krypt finally. That took ten impaled heads to those spikes, each of them worth 25 Fatalities done to that specific character. That took a moment, yeah. There are still two more doors in that final place, but those would require all the remaining 15 character heads, soooo... I think I'm ok with the current situation.
L.A. Noire Part Two seems to be a real thing all of a sudden! Man, I really liked that 2011 game.