Released on May 12, 2016 by Bethesda Softworks

Developed by id Software

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.

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"Watch as David L Craddock moderates a chat between John Romero and John Carmack about Wolfenstein, DOOM and Quake. One hour of great conversation on DOOM's 30th Anniversary."

DOOM is 30? Oh yeah, right, right I'm very old.

DOOM is one of those games I have running on nearly everything and most recently played it on my Steam Deck and it's still fantastic. To celebrate the 30th of DOOM John Romero released Sigil 2 which you can get for free within DOOM or nab the free WAD from John's site as well as a Physical version.

Azurephile gives this an astounding "Must Play" on the Ghost Scale
This achieves something special, and it would be a shame to miss it.
Azurephile gives this a "Must Play" on the Ghost Scale
This achieves something special, and it would be a shame to miss it.
DOOM (not to be confused with Doom apparently) is still a great game, four years later. However, one of my main complaints is the platforming. It’s kind of like a cross between Doom and Super Mario Bros. Still, I think it’s a great game. As someone who’s been playing Doom since the beginning (and even before with Wolfenstein 3D), DOOM is a great addition to the series. There wasn’t much of a story in the original Doom games. Doom 3 had more of a story, and so does this one.

DOOM is a great visual upgrade from the other games in the series. It looks great and apparently performs really well, too. You can play with the Vulkan API, which seems to be pretty awesome. I seem... Read All

Happy DOOMsgiving! In this episode, we talk about the impact of DOOM, one of the greatest and most notorious games ever created, and review it's first episode titled "Knee-Deep in the Dead."