Whether it’s content in the game or simply the practice of business around it, sometimes games end up with hefty notoriety surrounding them as both the gaming community and/or society in general call foul on the matter.
If I’m being honest, I couldn’t care less about Doom’s story. That’s not what drew me in. Instead, I loved Doom for its pitch-perfect controls, inspired level design and well of surprises I didn’t know I could expect from a first-person shooter.
What better place to explore failed science than in video games where the consequences must be faced head-on?
If you were stuck with these tools, you were either brave, desperate or unfortunate. These are the ten worst weapons in horror games.
One of the more fiery battlegrounds of this debate came today in 2004 with the original release of Doom 3, certainly the most different and divisive game in the series.
After finishing Wolfenstein: The New Order back in 2014 I put down the controller and thought to myself, “That was great, but when’s Doom’s turn?” The answer it turns out was “almost exactly two years later” as a new Doom has been unleashed from the team at id Software. Previous attempts to bring the classic shooter to the 3D space were not great, so I went into this new game with a slight sense of dread. Thankfully those previous games can’t hold a flashlight to this new Doom, as this is the return to glory that the franchise deserved.
Bethesda has finally revealed gameplay of Id Software's Doom at E3 2015, and let's just say it was worth the wait.
The fourth major Doom game will finally be unveiled at E3 2015 after years of development hell, and here's what it could have looked like.
After numerous hiccups in its development, the hell-raiser formerly known as Doom 4 will finally be unveiled at E3 2015.
What's better than a live-action Doom recreation? The 'Mythbusters' version.