Yesterday, alongside the announcement of Doom’s release date (May 13), Bethesda showed off the cover for id’s next big shooter. It’s... generic.
After years of development hell, the fourth Doom—simply called Doom—will be out on May 13, Bethesda announced today. New trailer above. Shotguns and demons oh my.
One of the creators of DOOM is back with something special.
You can judge a first person shooter almost entirely on the strengths of its shotguns. A good video game shotgun is a bold and challenging weapon; a bad shotgun is a feather duster at a distance of more than a few feet. A good shotgun makes you feel like a champion, capable of taking on the world. A bad shotgun makes…
For a number of reasons the 3DO version of Doom is considered to be the worst of the bunch. And it could have been even crazier if they joined the FMV obsession of early CD-ROM systems.
It’s long been a game development legend that the creators of Doom made their own version of Super Mario Bros. 3 for the PC ages ago. Today, we get to see what it looked like.
Cacodemons, regular demons, imps, a Cyberdemon, Barons of Hell and a lonely Doomguy, all present. Artist ENulmer made some fantastic Doom props including almost all the classic monsters.
I played a couple matches of the new Doom over the weekend at QuakeCon. I come to you bearing Thoughts.
This is a story about Doom 3’s source code and how beautiful it is. Yes, beautiful. Allow me to explain.
I’m starting to feel a little dizzy.
The new Doom looks like a cartoonishly over-the-top romp through gore hell, land of infinite sorrow (and gore). But I don’t know. It kinda feels like something’s missing.
Tonight at Bethesda’s pre-E3 press conference, we got our first extended (extremely violent!) look at the new Doom, which will be out in Spring of 2016.
Can’t watch the stream that’ll be showing new looks at Fallout 4, the next Doom and—very probably—Dishonored 2? Don’t worry, we’ll be talking about it all right here. Join us, won’t you?
No one’s managed to speedrun the entirety of The Plutonia Experiment, some of the hardest levels ever made for DOOM 2, on the unbelievably tough “Nightmare” difficulty. Until now.
Wish Doom had more anime ninja girls, katanas, and screaming power metal? Well then, you’re in luck.
Doom 4, now just Doom, is a game a long time in the making. Mostly because at least one version of the game has been rebooted entirely. We got a brief look at the current game today, but here’s a rough look at one of the original takes, which isn’t exactly what you’d expect from a Doom game.