Game created by id Software and released May 12, 2016 . 4 DLCs have been released, the last on December 14, 2016.

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Great moments in PC gaming: Playing deathmatch for the first time

DOOM - 23 hours ago

Great moments in PC gaming are short, bite-sized celebrations of some of our favorite gaming memories.  

This mod makes Doom a literal corridor shooter

DOOM - April 8, 2019

"All Doom Levels are Straight Line now" says the description for Linear Doom. "No more mazes." This self-described "jokewad" by modder DeXiaZ released on April 1 takes all of Doom's classic levels and tightens them down into one long corridor. There's enough room to strafe a little so you can still potentially dodge those imp fireballs, but otherwise this is just a straight line run through all of Doom's enemies, weapons, and pickups one after the other. I look forward to seeing the speedruns of this.

Modder Superior: The many free descendants of Doom

DOOM - April 1, 2019

Here is a riddle for you. When is Doom not Doom? Why, when its open-source code has gone through countless iterations and become a modern development platform in its own right!

Doom: Annihilation's debut trailer is so bad, Bethesda has officially disavowed it

DOOM - March 11, 2019

The 2005 Doom movie sucked. It had some good players—Karl Urban, Rosamund Pike, The Rock—but they weren't enough to keep it from being 105 minutes of hot garbage. So naturally, they're making a new one. It's called Doom: Annihilation, and if the debut trailer is anything to go by, it's not going to suck—it's going to suuu-huuu-huuuuck. 

Doom: Annihilation strafes directly to video this autumn

DOOM - March 11, 2019

As chief Doom appreciator here on RPS, I feel it is my sad but solemn duty to inform you all that the new Doom movie Brock warned us about last year is still coming. This one is direct-to-video, coming from director Tony Giglio. Doom: Annihilation is due out this autumn, and for what it’s worth, they do talk (briefly) about a portal to hell in the trailer, giving it a small advantage over the confused theme of the original film. Still, the trailer doesn’t fill me with hope – goofy monster makeup, very plastic guns and odd coloured lighting give this one a distinctly cheap, bland look. Give it a peek for yourself below.

New direct-to-video Doom movie gets first trailer and it doesn't look great

DOOM - March 11, 2019

As if one god-awful Doom movie wasn't enough for a single lifetime, Universal has flexed fingers, delved into its unfathomable depths and proffered up a new direct-to-video film inspired by id's legendary FPS franchise. It's called Doom: Annihilation and, I dunno, it could be good?

John Romero's unofficial fifth Doom episode Sigil delayed until April

DOOM - February 18, 2019

John Romero has announced that Sigil, his upcoming "unofficial spiritual successor to The Ultimate Doom's fourth episode", has received a slight delay.

John Romero's Sigil, the spiritual successor to Ultimate Doom, is delayed

DOOM - February 18, 2019

John Romero teased, and then revealed, a new Doom megawad late last year called Sigil, "an unofficial spiritual successor" to the fourth episode of Ultimate Doom. At the time it was expected to be out in February, but Romero announced today that because of complications with the physical editions, everything is being pushed back to April. 

Doom II mod Eviternity teaches everything to know about demon slaying

DOOM - February 11, 2019

Doom 2 is more than just Doom these days. Some modern levels for the 90s classic FPS feature thousands of enemies, fiendish traps and difficulty beyond anything Id Software dreamt of. Eviternity, released yesterday, runs the gamut. It’s a 32-level campaign split up into six episodes each with a fresh look and some new monsters. You’ll start out in gloomy gothic tunnels, plinking away at zombies with a pistol. By the end, you’ll be screaming through the vast halls of heaven itself, cutting through ungodly-huge swarms of demons with BFG in hand. It’s rather brill.

Doom megawad Eviternity hits final revision

DOOM - February 11, 2019

Eviternity is a massive project put together by the Doom modding community consisting of six five-map episodes which use a new high-quality texture pack. The episodes each explore a different theme, with examples like "Icy castles", "Medieval", and "Industrial/Brutalism". Oh, and of course "Hell/Gore/Alien". There are a couple of secret maps as well, because what would Doom be without secrets?

Hallucinated HD textures and distorted deep dream tilesets

DOOM - February 1, 2019

The hot new way to create high-resolution texture pack to fancy up old games is ‘deep learning’, feeding the original textures into a computer so algorithms can draw more-detailed versions of what they imagine the images look like. It has… varied results. I’m a hoary purist who still plays Quake pixellated without texture filtering so I’m not mad keen on these hallucinated manglings, but I do like the technique as an act of creation rather than replication. Which leads me to coo over Everest Pipkin’s Mushy, a new free tileset for isometric games generated by machine learning with the intention of creating a glitched-out look that’s just not right.

CES 2019: Doom feels like a new game with Razer s HyperSense haptic feedback tech

DOOM - January 11, 2019

When I walked into Razer’s HyperSense room at their CES booth, I wasn t really sure what to expect. Before me stood a desk and chair like any ordinary PC set up (albeit one solely comprised of Razer products) and two grinning demo guides. “Do you know Doom?” one of them said. Why, yes, I do, I like it a lot and know it well, I replied. “Sit down then,” he said, “and put on these headphones.” So I did. And let me tell you, readers, this what I played was not the Doom I remembered. This was HyperSense Doom, and you simply haven t experienced the true majesty of emptying a Super Shotgun into the hoofing great face of a hell demon until you ve fired it with the full force of Razer’s new haptic feedback system.

Play golf in Doom with the Hellshots mod

DOOM - January 6, 2019

"Pretty self-explanatory, really. Put the ball in the hole." It sounds simple—but in golf, it never is, especially when you've got to putt your way around demons trying to tear your arms off. That's what happens in one of the holes in Hellshots Golf, a mod for Doom that replaces your shotgun with a driver and asks you to make your way around a full 18-hole course in as few shots as possible.

Doom went golfing and exploring Roomba brains over the holidays

DOOM - January 2, 2019

Doom turned 25 last month, so it can do whatever it wants over the holidays – that includes turning into a golf game or converting the hazy memories of robot vacuum cleaners into hellish arenas. While I was away from my news-desk, programmer Rich Whitehouse cobbled together DOOMBA, a system for exporting the memories of your house’s layout from a Roomba and filling it with demons. An impressive bit of weird Doom one-upmanship over modder TerminusEst13, who just one day prior released Hellshots Golf – a multiplayer golf conversion set across eighteen holes of hellish relaxation. Give both a look below.

Doomba turns your robotic vacuum cleaner into a Doom map-making machine

DOOM - December 24, 2018

A Roomba is an autonomous robotic vacuum cleaner that, guided by various sensors, will slowly prowl your room of choice, keeping your carpet clean without knocking everything over. Thanks to the efforts of coder Rich Whitehouse, it is also now an automated Doom map-making machine: The DOOMBA. 

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Now includes all three premium DLC packs (Unto the Evil, Hell Followed, and Bloodfall), maps, modes, and weapons, as well as all feature updates including Arcade Mode, Photo Mode, and the latest Update 6.66, which brings further multiplayer improvements as well as revamps multiplayer progression.


Developer: id Software

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Type: game

Released: May 12, 2016

Genres: Action

Score: 3,580,965

Recommendations: 41893

Metacritic: 85

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