Watching Doom: Annihilation on Netflix, I think it doesn't suck. You won't rush to theaters for such a film but it beats the last attempt at a DooM movie, hands down. Or should we say, the people at least cared and that tends to make a video game movie that doesn't suck.
In my experience, video game movies tend to be either pretty good, or pretty awful, and make no one happy. The only exception that really come to mind is the first Mortal Kombat film.
Doom: Annihilation at least does a decent job of presenting a band of doomed space marines, stuck on Phobos, and being attacked by zombies. Also other things. Like the '16 video game, it tries to put enough narrative around the concept to make it function. Not a deep, far reaching story; because that doesn't work for Doom. This film on the other hand, ain't a bad try. I especially loved the many nods to the game, and related Id titles; not to mention bits like the possession warning on the doors.
I'd actually like to see another shot, that takes on Doom II's notion of the Earth being overrun. It may also be sad that the only reasons why I remember the name of Mars' moons all related to video games, lol.