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The Doom trilogy on Nintendo Switch

For a very short time today, the first 3 chapters of Doom appeared on the Nintendo UK site for a Nintendo Switch release. The three games were available with ...

SIGIL, DOOM's megawad, has been postponed again

FPS classic fans are waiting for SIGIL, DOOM's megawad, The game was already postponed and now it looks like Sigil has been postponed,
Year of DOOM

Doom - On the occasion of the 25 years of the Bethesda saga rewards you with ...

On the occasion of the 25 years of Doom, Bethesda intends to reward all those who are registered at the slayers club, as well as with unlockable items, but above all with the extraction of fantastic prizes, such as: t-shirts, ...
Doom: Annihilation is among us

Doom: Annihilation is among us

First teaser trailer for Doom's new film, aka Doom: Annihilation. After the first (as well as unlucky) film adaptation of John Romero's stainless masterpiece (dating back to 2005) starring the actor / wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, ...

A new Doom based movie is on its way

Unlike the film released thirteen years ago and starring The Rock, this new feature film based on the famous FPS series, Doom, will probably not be released at the cinema but will be released online, perhaps on ...

The OST of the original Doom returns in style

The soundtrack of the original Doom game is coming in vinyl and CD this summer. This physical version of the OST created by Mick Gordon is produced in collaboration with the Laced Records distributor. The column...

DOOM, the update for the 4K improves the definition by lowering the performance

It was probably obvious, but the bad moods that the voices began to stir up in various users led Digital Foundry to analyze DOOM after applying the patch on Xbox One X and PlayStation ...
MiniDOOM 2

MiniDOOM 2, slicing demons in 2D and for free has never been so nice

Who doesn't know DOOM? Born in the 1993 thanks to id Software (and then subjected to the excellent most recent reboot), the series gave birth to an infinite number of clones, tributes and emulation attempts, and today ...

Dead by Daylight - Crossover with Stranger Things thanks to the latest DLC

The Dead by Daylight horror game has had numerous crossovers and collaborations with various horror sagas, including Scream, Saw, and Nightmare on Elm Street. And now directly ...

MediEvil PS4 Remake has entered the Gold phase

With the launch of MediEvil's PlayStation 4 remake next month, it was announced today that the game has entered the ...

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