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    Game » consists of 30 releases. Released Dec 10, 1993

    In one of the most revolutionary first-person shooters of the 1990s, players control the last remaining space marine in the demon-infested stations on Mars' moons.

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    Doom 0

    “Say hello to the future of gaming” whispered my PC after my first descent into Doom all those years ago. Whilst technically not the earliest first person shooter on the market, id software’s landmark title was the first to truly bring the pubescent genre into the mainstream consciousness. Its success would spawn countless copies which would all be labelled Doom Clones for years to come, and change the entire PC industry, and eventually even the console industry, forever.As the genre would sugge...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The game that defined a generation is back! 0

    Doom is not the first game in the first-person shooter category. However, it is the game widely credited with popularizing the genre and bringing it into the mainstream in a time when the PC was dominated by adventure gaming and sub-NES platformers. It's not hard to tell why: frantic action, haunting demons and locations, and a varied array of devastating weapons blasted a place in the hearts of die-hard PC gamers everywhere. Now, Activision and Nerve Software bring the id Software classic back ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    DOOM on you 0

    This is actually a review of the PSN version of the game. PSN version could not be chosen from "Reviewed Item" selection. I remember the first time I saw DOOM. I was at my neighbours house and a mutual friend of ours came by with a new game he had just download of a BBS. He had four disks with him, and on those four disk were one of the greatest, most influential games ever released. We'll, a shareware version of that game anyways. DOOM was a revelation - and that is not hyperbole. The speed, th...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Doom rocks, anyone who says otherwise will be banished to the sev 0

    XBLA welcomes Doom to the 21st century and it's just as bloody as I remember it. Nostalgia plays a huge part in my high rating for this game because I love Doom and have done since the early 90's.In this incarnation we have four episodes of demon ripping gorefest replete with severed legs and crucified corpses nailed to walls of flesh rendered lovingly in iconic now-retro graphics with an amazing midi-metal soundtrack. AWESOME. Once you get used to not being able to look up or down and you learn...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Meter is for Pussies 0

    This is a game amount killing a demon The thing that your teenage brain’s been dreamin’ In fact that was a lie to get ya rousin’, Because you actually kill Satan’s homeboys by the thousand “They’res also zombies!” You could technically say. But you’d agree with me, they never really get in the way. In this game you get to go down halls Never having to hear about Duke Nukem’s balls You get a shotgun, pistol, rocket launcher and a chainsaw That your guy thought to bring brass knuckles should fil...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    A game that defined a generation 0

    An unnamed space marine is shipped to Mars to act as security for the Union Aerospace Corporation. During an experiment involving teleportation, a device creates a portal to Hell and unleashes demons and evil forces on the Mars base, making Deimos disappear and causing the scientists and security guards to die horribly while the evil revives them as zombies. It's up to the Marine to fight off the demons and zombies, before Earth becomes the next to fall. This premise was very unique at the time,...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The Doom that introduced me to Doom. 0

    Doom was originally released on the PC in 1993 by ID Software. It was not the first First Person Shooter, but it was the game that sparked a deluge of them ranging from Chex Quest, an FPS promotional game where you play as "The Chex Warrior" to stop an alien invasion, to the popular Call of Duty series where you're a War Fighter trying to stop a human invasion. Doom has been ported to many systems and the quality of those ports varies widely, but the port to the PSX is one of only a few that is...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Rip and tear this inferior port apart! 0

    Doom is a first-persons shooter game developed and published by id Software. Originally released for MS-DOS back in November 1993. This game, along with Wolfenstein 3D, is known to revolutionize the first-person shooter genre, and since its release, it's been ported to loads of consoles from the 32X to the eighth generation consoles. This article will cover the Sega Saturn version developed by Liverpool-based studio Rage Software and published by GT Interactive.Programmer Jim Bagley, upon receiv...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Get The Playstation Version Instead 0

    The Playstation version of Doom was a great way to set off the Playstation back in 1995, because at the time, Doom was an absolutely outstanding game in almost every way. Midway had improved the visuals by including lighting effects and upgraded textures, recreated the soundtrack, added new sound effects and moulded the game to also include link-up two player co-op and death match modes. What made the Playstation version of Doom standout from all the others as well was that it was complet...

    0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Why can't I see anything???? 0

    To call Doom on the PSX the darkest fucking game of all time is an understatement of the severest form. Not only is darkness of this magnitude a rarity in video gaming, but it has never been eclipsed before or since ever….forever. There are entire areas throughout the game featuring dizzying, nauseating, disturbing, fucking satanic labyrinths. To put it simply, THIS IS HELL. No, wait..THIS IS THE LAKE OF FIRE LEADING TO HELL. WE’RE ALL FUCKED.But seriously, featuring a brand new soundtrack, upda...

    0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The Benchmark Shooter For The Benchmark Console of 1995 0

    Remember Doom? The game that systems struggled to play back in 1993. The Super Nintendo struggled to play it, the 32x had problems with it, and heck, even the Panasonic 3DO shrugged at playing the game at a decent quality. But where there are bad versions of Doom there are also good versions of them as well. Doom on the Playstation is an example of this. Featuring almost every enemy and every level, Doom on the Playstation is literally the complete experience of the original game, and more...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    DOOM (1993) for XBLA 0

    After the glorious fucking triumph that was 2016's DOOM, I thought it only fair to go back to the beginning and visit the original for the first time. Though this year's DOOM played like a dream - a fiery, dub-metal crimson dream - I had no context for how true its aim was when compared to the OG. I had no PC as a kid and somehow never veered into one of the game's countless ports. I figured there would be some wincing on my part when it came to graphics or certain gameplay mechanics (this game ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Doom: Still One Hell of a Ride 0

    Actually the PS3 version Off the Doom 3: BFG EditionI was 4 when this game first came out so I have never really played Doom the way it should've been played. Usually it consisted of spurts every once in a while when I visit family or friends. So with the announcement of the BFG Edition containing all 3 Doom games I jumped at the opportunity to finally play the Father of the FPS Genre and to say the least it is still a hell of a lot of fun.First thing that comes to mind is that few games today a...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    Rushed development at its finest. 0

    Doom is a first-person shooter game developed and published by id Software in 1993, and became one of the most influential games of all time. This article will focus on the 3DO version.Pre-production on the 3DO version began when Art Data Interactive purchased console rights to Doom for a large sum of money, but without a staff to actually develop the port, Art Data's CEO shopped around for a team. The project eventually wound up with Rebecca "Burger Becky" Heineman at LogicWare, who had already...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Sega does what Nintendon't: Synthesize FM instruments to sound like a load of flatulent noises and put them together as 0

    Doom is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software. It has been hailed as one of the most successful and influential video games in history, having helped popularize the first-person shooter genre. Since its original release on MS-DOS, it has been ported to countless systems and consoles. The article is focusing on the 32X version developed by an American division of Sega.This version was rushed to meet the 32X's launch because it was the pack-in game. While it has its fair share...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Portable hell 0

     Its just plain Doom in portable version. Even though a lot time has passed its still great and addictive especialy when you can play it while on bus or anywhere outside your home. Graphhics and sounds are similar to original that may be negative for some people but its suits well gba making it best fpp on this portable system (duke is nice too but it lacks something and controling is harder). Doom is good port but its lacks bonuses and specials that would make old time players squeeze all juice...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    What can I say? 0

    What can I say? Doom, the legendary game that pretty much started it all, is....well......still the legendary game that pretty much started it all. You know as well as I do how about how Doom was the game that put the FPS genre on the map and how, to this day, FPS games still bare it's eternal influence.  It's amazing how many people still play Doom to this day. Thanks to ID Software releasing countless level editors and add-ons, Doom is very much alive and well. I still play every once in a whi...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    Greatest PC game ever. Believe it. 0

    This is the one that started it all. Well, not technically, cause id software actually started the First Person Shooter genre with their nearly as good Wolfenstein 3D. But uh, this was the big one. The one that truly changed the landscape and broke the boundaries. Taking the initial gameplay of W3D, id elevated it to a new level, literally, with elevated level design and way more colorful backgrounds. From a ravaged Mars base to the bowels of Hell itself, Doom was an exhilerating experience back...

    0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The great grandfather of every shooter in existence. 0

    I recently checked my Xbox Live statistics and one of the games I have played the most since I bought my Xbox 360 at launch is Doom for XBLA. That says alot about the games quality compared to todays market. The story of Doom is a long and extremely interesting one. The story of John Carmack, John Romero and friends who sat in a cabin out in the woods and created a game in their teens. Its a long and very emotional one for someone as into gaming as I am to read and everyone should read it. Anywa...

    0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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