Doom 64 is a first-person shooter that originally launched on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The title didn't garner the best reviews at launch because reviewers felt that it didn't do enough to differentiate it from the original. Now it's available on Xbox One and it's full of surprises.
Need some help slaying the hoards of demons and the undead? Isabelle, of Animal Crossing fame, has finally made the crossover everyone has been clamoring for in this unofficial mod for GZDoom on the PC.
While DOOM Eternal is shaping up to be one of the biggest hits of the year, sometimes it's important to take some time to appreciate where it all began. Here are the 10 most iconic demons from DOOM's historic legacy.
Doom 64 is a first-person shooter that originally launched on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The title didn’t garner the best reviews at launch because reviewers felt that it didn’t do enough to differentiate it from the original. Luckily, the Xbox One port adds a lot more.
DOOM Eternal is a near-perfect follow up to 2016's sensational reboot of the legendary shooter franchise. The improvements that are good are really good, but some of the new stuff doesn't land very well.
Pre-order comes with a digital copy of Doom 64 and the Rip and Tear pack, which includes the Doot revenant player skin and a remixed version of the campaign level Cultist Base. Stop the demonic invasion of Earth and discover your origins!
Since Doom Eternal is a fast-paced action game, it benefits from a higher frame rate. Many gamers were curious as to what frame rate it would run at on base consoles. Luckily, Billy Khan, Lead Engine Programmer at id Software, provided the answer.