For me, the true successor to Doom 2 was Painkiller. A good mix of claustrophobic spaces and wide open ones with 'monsters' coming from all directions, scenes set both indoors and outdoors. Plus great graphics and SFX, a good variety of weapons, and the ability to, occasionally, genuinely surprise and frighten the player.
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