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1:00 PM on 12.14.2013

A love letter to Cacodemons, Carmack, and Doom

[In honor of Doom's 20th anniversary earlier this week, Max shares this remembrance. Want to see your own blog appear on our front page? Go write something! --Mr Andy Dixon] When I was eight years old, my dad brought home my ...

Maxwell Roahrig

12:30 PM on 12.10.2013

Happy 20th Anniversary, Doom

On December 10, 1993, Doom was released. Although it was far from the first FPS game I ever played (I was rocking Catacomb and Wolfenstein already), it had a profound effect on me, as I tirelessly spent hundreds of hours...

Chris Carter

2:15 PM on 12.03.2013

Bethesda is seeking playtesters for unannounced game

There's been a lot of chatter lately about what the developers at Bethesda Softworks have got in the works. With the recent survivor2299 website popping up, and the trademarks for Fallout 4 being registered, many people are c...

Alessandro Fillari

7:00 PM on 11.19.2013

What if Doom were produced today?

Doom was an immensely popular and genre-defining game back when it was released in 1993. It paved the way for many titles that followed and is still seen as one of the purest forms of first-person shooter gameplay. But thing...

Alessandro Fillari

11:00 PM on 09.06.2013

The Cacodemon has never looked so adorable

I'm not normally one to go for plush toys, but my inner DOOM fanatic is coming out now that I've seen Gaming Heads' Cacodemon and Pain Elemental. Priced at $14.99 each, these six-inch plushes are currently available for those...

Jordan Devore

11:30 AM on 08.05.2013

Prior to restart, Doom 4 lacked a 'personality'

Coming into this year's QuakeCon, I didn't expect to hear much of anything about Doom 4. Like a child who doesn't get that one specific toy for Christmas year after year, I can only have my heart broken so many times. It's co...

Jordan Devore







Every Bethesda and id game is on sale on Steam right now photo
Every Bethesda and id game is on sale on Steam right now
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

[Update: I somehow missed this earlier, but ALL the games on sale here can be yours for $89.99 in the QuakeCon pack. That's 44 games, folks!]

QuakeCon is happening down in Texas this week! For those of you that can't make it, well, you're in for a treat as pretty much every single Bethesda and iD game available on Steam is all on sale right now. Seriously, go look!

The Quake collection can be yours for $7.49, and that includes eight Quake titles or packs. The Doom collection has four of the classic titles for $3.74, while Doom 3: BFG Edition is just $4.99. The Fallout classic collection has three of the original games for $19.99.

There's so much more that you need to see to believe. Brink, Hexen, Dishonored, Skyrim, Wolfenstein, Rage, and more, more, more.

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4:30 PM on 07.27.2013

Symbiote Studios Doom and Elder Scrolls figures are sweet

Every year there are some pretty awesome exclusive toys and figures to grab at Comic-Con for the would-be collector. With this year's holy grail being none other than the Green and White Ranger's Legacy Power Morpher -- which...

Wesley Ruscher

11:15 AM on 04.03.2013

Doom 4 project rebooted, aiming for next-gen consoles

Bethesda has announced that work on the perpetually developed Doom 4 has begun anew, with aims to now launch the shooter on next generation consoles. The news follows reports from Kotaku that the game's development was "not g...

Jim Sterling

4:30 PM on 04.02.2013

New mod adds Doom weapons and characters to Half-Life 2

Have you ever asked yourself, "What if someone took the concept of fighting flat 2D enemies from Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard and put it into a much better game?" I know I have, and thankfully the modder Ghor has answ...

Jason Cabral

12:45 PM on 03.18.2013

Doom 3 won't be ready for the Oculus Rift dev kit launch

Those who Kickstarted Oculus Rift were originally supposed to get a copy of Doom 3: BFG included with their order, but that is no longer the case. "Unfortunately, we've been informed that [the game] will not support the Rift ...

Jordan Devore

12:30 PM on 03.14.2013

Get Skyrim shirts from the official Bethesda store

Bethesda now has an official shop where you can buy a good-sized and varied selection of merchandise related to Skyrim, Dishonored, Fallout, Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein. Everything from t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, figurines, lithographs, and messenger bags.  Personally, I would love to wear a Winking Skeever shirt with a pair of Vault 101 sneakers. That's the pinnacle of fashion my friends.

Joshua Derocher



PlayStation 4 launch vs. reality: Don't believe the hype photo
PlayStation 4 launch vs. reality: Don't believe the hype
by Allistair Pinsof

A new console generation. A new batch of tech demos that mislead consumer expectations.

As perfectly evidenced by Gearbox's recent Aliens demo, savvy game enthusiasts don't take kindly to developers promising one thing and delivering another. The context and circumstances are much different with a hardware manufacturer (Sony) showing tech demos for new hardware, but the sentiment still stands.

With a PS4 tech demo upon us, let's take a look back at how past PlayStation tech demos compare to the respective system's launch titles and PC games at the time. By realizing a common trend between the three, we can get a better glimpse at what PS4's launch titles will actually look like, instead of blindly buying into a flashy tech demo.

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2:00 AM on 02.13.2013

Doom's Cacodemon bursts forth from LEGO Hell

Allistair Pinsof, is that you? Whoops! My mistake! The hideous Cacodemon. Born from the depths of Hell -- or from the cover of a D&D manual, but whatevs. Now he's returned in LEGO form, badder (and a little bit fatter) th...

Tony Ponce



Review: DOOM 3 BFG Edition photo
Review: DOOM 3 BFG Edition
by Jim Sterling

Mention DOOM 3 to most fans, and the common (disparaging) response will be, "Monster Closets." Earning criticism for its jump scares, lack of charisma, and stylistic departure from previous DOOM titles, DOOM 3 has not aged well in the eyes of most fans. 

This particular fan, however, disagrees with consensus. 

DOOM 3 holds up as a solid and atmospheric horror shooter, and the new BFG Edition works, not only as a celebration of a game that gets an unfair reputation, but as a worthy collection of the game's three main entries, sporting as it does DOOM and DOOM II. Monster Closets be damned!

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DOOM 3: BFG is finally out today, have a launch trailer photo
DOOM 3: BFG is finally out today, have a launch trailer
by Brett Zeidler

Can you believe DOOM 3 came out eight years ago? To be honest, I feel like it didn't even really need an HD release. To me it still looks fantastic. Oh well, I guess it looks even better now, so that's cool. Also, it's in 3D and includes DOOM 1 and DOOM 2. Because why not?

I remember this game used to scare the absolute sh*t out of me back in the day, I can't even imagine how I'd handle this game using the Oculus Rift in 3D and in HD. It'd be cool as hell though, wouldn't it? Oh, and id Software is only asking $39.99 ($29.99 for PC) for it. Have I done a good job of convincing you that DOOM 3: BFG Edition is a really good deal yet?

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