Back in the day, Doom was considered to be a game with one of the best graphics around, at least at that time. Nowadays, the original Doom looks terrible in comparison to some of the more beautiful games we have, but it also means that it probably doesn’t take a lot to run the game.
While watching videos and movies at 60 fps can feel a little strange due to the ultra smooth look, playing games is a different story, where ideally gamers would love to hit at least 60 fps. In fact, in the past NVIDIA has shown that running games at higher framerates could actually allow you to become a better gamer.
One of the most anticipated games of this year – “Doom Eternal” – is not going to launch in the month of November.It is incredibly disappointing news for the fans waiting to get their hands on Doom Eternal.However, along with the announcement for the delay, id Software also explained why they pushed the launch date and highlighted some changes associated with Doom Eternal.They mentioned it all in their official announcement […]
If you love playing old and classic video games, Nintendo and Bethesda might have some news that could make you very happy. In a tweet by the official DOOM account, it has been revealed that DOOM 64 will be launching on the Nintendo Switch console this coming November, or to be more specific, the 22nd of November.
A couple of weeks ago, Bethesda announced that they would re-releasing some classics which came in the form of the Doom franchise. While many gamers no doubt have fond memories of the series, one of the downsides to the re-released games that it required gamers to have a Bethesda.net account to sign in and play the games.
Bethesda launched re-released versions of Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 earlier this week. However, there was a strange requirement which made it obligatory for players to log into an online account before they could play the games. It wasn’t long before players started criticizing Bethesda for this decision. It has listened to their feedback and confirmed that this requirement will be removed.
If you’re a fan of classic video games, there is a good chance that you might be familiar with the DOOM franchise. DOOM was one of the few games from back in the day that helped to popularize the FPS genre, in which we might not have games like Battlefield or Call of Duty if DOOM was not as successful as it was.
When it comes to FPS games, the Doom series was one of the first titles around and it helped make the genre extremely popular. The franchise has continued over the years, and for those who might recall, back in 2018, Bethesda announced the latest installment in the Doom series with DOOM Eternal.
The Super Smash Bros franchise has typically drawn from Nintendo’s own franchises and also games that are popular on its platform, but we have also seen how it has pulled in character from other games. Now according to the latest rumors from Japanese website 5Channel (via Game Rant), we could be looking at some surprising additions.
For those who are unfamiliar, how the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner works is that as it progresses through your rooms and your home, it starts making a map. This map allows it to better learn the layout of your home, which in turn will make it smarter and better at cleaning up in the future.
It has been 25 years since Doom was first released. For those who actually grew up playing the game, you might have fond memories of it, and for those who are unfamiliar, Doom was one of the original FPS titles that helped popularize the FPS genre, leading to many FPS games having been created since.
Some of Bethesda’s FPS games such as Quake were clearly designed for multiplayer in mind, but if you’re more of a single-player kind of person and were disappointed with 2016’s DOOM for its lack of single-player content, not to worry because Bethesda is listening and for the upcoming DOOM Eternal, they have reassured that there are plans for single-player DLCs.
A couple of days ago, Bethesda officially confirmed the next installment in the Doom franchise in the form of DOOM Eternal. The game was announced for multiple consoles which includes the Nintendo Switch, although given that the Switch isn’t as powerful in terms of hardware compared to other consoles, we’re sure some are wondering how the game holds up.
A couple of months ago during E3 2018, Bethesda announced that a new Doom game was in the works in the form of DOOM Eternal. Details were scarce but Bethesda did promise that more information would be made available at Quakecon 2018. For those who are interested in the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that the gameplay trailer has been released.
Back in 2016, Bethesda announced that they would be rebooting the Doom franchise with a brand new game, which was also titled Doom. Fast forward two years later, it looks like Bethesda has a new Doom game in the works that they have officially announced at E3 2018 in the form of DOOM Eternal.
Back in 2005, a movie based on the Doom video game franchise was launched. Saying it was not well-received would be an understatement, but it seems that Universal isn’t giving up on Doom just yet. Fast forward 13 years later, the studio has confirmed to Variety that a new Doom movie is in the works.
When the latest title in the DOOM franchise was released in 2016, it made its way onto your typical platforms, such as the PC, Xbox One, and PS4. However last year the game also found its way onto the Switch, which given the hybrid nature of the console was a very interesting choice for Bethesda.
While the original DOOM released back in the day might not have been particularly scary, its newer titles are, possibly thanks to the improved graphics and textures and the lessons and experiences gained over the years. So you can imagine that playing DOOM in VR will probably kick things up a notch.
Sony’s lineup of PlayStation VR bundles is steadily increasing. Merely days after launching the Gran Turismo Sport PlayStation VR bundle, Sony today announced the launch of its Doom VFR PSVR bundle. The bundle has been announced as the release date for Doom VFR closes in. It’s going to vault players into an entirely new gameplay experience that’s built for virtual reality.
It is safe to say that when Bethesda announced that DOOM and Wolfenstein II would be arriving on the Nintendo Switch, many were surprised. We know that the publisher was already supporting the Switch with Skyrim, but to see the company bring more of its big titles onto the platform was certainly a pleasant surprise.