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The Doom series has always been about putting you against the scariest and darkest of the underworld, and showing why you're scaring than them as you blow their brains out. But you've never truly seen or played the game via your own eyes...until now. Bethesda and iD Software have unveiled Doom VFR, a VR title that was made specifically for VR, and giving you arguably one of the most unique Doom experiences you'll ever have. Now, you're not just Doomguy, you're Doom A.I. and as that A.I. you'll have to save the world, else get killed. Wouldn't want that!

On a Martian research facility, aliens have wiped out all life on the station, except for you that is. However, that won't last long, as they are coming for you. Thankfully, some special technology has enabled you to become a part of the A.I. matrix, allowing you to not only take over an artificial body (complete with loads of weapons) but also project your consciousness to other technological items in order to activate them or get them to do what you want.

But though killing monsters is fun, you must never forget your objective. You have to bring power back to the station, else the portal to the underworld will be opened forever, and we REALLY wouldn't want that!

Through your VR headset, either PSVR or Vive, you'll be able to literally see the world of Doom like never before. Your eyes are literally the window into this world, and everything will make you wonder what's going to be shown next. So don't miss out on Doom VFR.

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...


Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. As one of the few people who have enough room for a VR setup in their own home, it seems like madness that Bethesda supported the format as much as they did. While other efforts were ports of existing games, retrofitted to have HTC Vive support, Doom VFR was the only one of the three games to be specifically designed with VR in mind. It’s also one that required your room to b...


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Oh hell, Bethesda just announced Doom Eternal, a sequel to the wonderful Doom reboot from 2016! A teaser trailer showed hell on Earth - a post-apocalyptic nightmare - and culminated with the Doom Slayer stepping into view. The full Doom Eternal reveal will happen at QuakeCon in August. Read more…


13 years after Dwayne Johnson starred in Doom, a new movie based on id Software's famous first-person shooter is in the works. But unlike The Rock's Doom, this new Doom probably won't come out in the cinema. Instead, it'll likely head straight to online, possibly even as a Netflix Original. NBC/Universal confirmed to Variety the new Doom is being handled by Universal 1440 Entertainment, which makes non-theatrical productions directly for distribution. So, the new Doom may be direct-to-DVD or sla...




    • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
    • Processor: CPU: Intel Core i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 / AMD Radeon RX 480 or better
    • Storage: 17 GB available space


    • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
    • Processor: CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K or AMD Ryzen 5 1600X
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 / AMD RX Vega 64
    • Storage: 17 GB available space
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This is DOOM in virtual reality, 'nuff said !
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