I tend to agree, the pc version's music is worse with its tin can mod tracker crap and keep in mind you couldnt buy a computer at the same price that ran doom better than a console at the time ... I had a decked out 386DX-40 when it was a big deal and the screen size is smaller and the FPS lower than even the 16 bit consoles
Wow, you really had a bad PC....
Doom ran best on 486 systems at least. And I agree that the music didn't sound so hot on Sound Blaster 16 cards, but later waveform cards made it much better.
Console wise, I say Jag Doom was the best of the cart based versions in spite of lack of music. But the PSX version blows all of them away by remaking the game into a horror based shooter.
I played Shenmue on my DC and though it was fun for a while exploring a virtual town it wasn't perfect.
But I can forgive the quirks cause it really was early days of gaming and this was like a prototype of open world games where now you can do way more exciting stuff like in the GTA series. That's why Sega came up with the Yakuza series I suppose.
I'll get the remakes and hopefully I'll have time to finish them to play the 3rd episode when it comes out...just to see how the whole thing will end after all these years. (Now how about doing the same for Mega Man Legends...)