If you’re anything like me, you’re currently going through some intense Animal Crossing: New Horizons FOMO. These sort of lifestyle sims aren’t for me, but I’ll admit – watching my mutuals posting their island adventures non-stop has me a little jealous. Where’s my Tanuki landlord? Why can’t I have a best friend who is also a dog? For the Doom marine, the latter is only a download away, thanks to a new mod for Doom II that lets Animal Crossing’s ...


What should have been a beautiful piece of retro fan service didn't quite work out. Last year, fresh ports of the original Doom trilogy arrived across a range of devices and while Panic Button's Doom 3 port hit the target, Nerve's conversions of the original Doom and its sequel left a lot to be desired. Incorrect lighting, broken music, stretched aspect ratios and other issues impacted what should have been a joyous celebration of a genuine gaming phenomenon. However, it's all changed now: while...


Bethesda's sizeable Doom 1 and 2 re-release updates - which were announced at the tail-end of last year, and add the likes of 60fps support, as well as free community created add-ons - are available now on Xbox One, PS4, Switch, mobile, and PC. As Digital Foundry reported last summer, Bethesda's recent Doom 1 and 2 re-releases had more than their fair share of teething problems at launch. Since then, the publisher has issued a number of updates to improve matters, but today's offering is the mos...


Every other Monday, Dominic gives you a reason to dust off one of your old games and dive into its mods with Modder Superior. There’s only a few weeks left in 2019, and we’re fast approaching this year’s Cacowards, Doomworld’s annual community awards, so it feels only right to see what’s been going on in the classic Doom modding scene these past few months. I’m beating the Cacowards to the punch, really, and giving you a handful of choice picks to get your tee...


Ah, Doom 64. In the absence of a PC, my console-fuelled video game childhood was left with Doom 64. But, improbably, Doom 64 was great. This 1997 Nintendo 64-exclusive Doom game was not a port of the original Doom, or any of the other Doom games. Nor was it meant to be the 64th Doom game (although by this point will it be?). Rather, it was a sequel developed by Midway that took place after Doom 2. I remember Doom 64 looking fantastic to my teenage eyes, and the music was properly atmospheric. Yo...




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