As if anyone was surprised, Doom 4 was shown during Bethesda’s E3 conference. One of their main focusses was getting gameplay out there. While we
Id Soft has a strong inclination for the new Doom game to keep it to its old school basics. Details were revealed at QuakeCon today, but
In an interview with MCV, Bethesda’s VP of marketing Pete Hines said that they can’t rely on people’s love of previous Doom titles to sell
Doom won’t be making an appearance in Los Angeles for E3, but that’s not that bad. Especially considering we’re still going to get a dose
Quakecon 2012 is in full swing. Fans of Id’s legacy and Bethesda’s dynasty are all enjoying themselves down in the convention center while we… we
Well, I woke up to some pretty great news this morning. You remember that special BFG Edition of Doom 3 that Bethesda announced a while back?
Doom was one of the great classic franchises for the PC. I remember playing it as a kid, and even though it scared me half
Bethesda is glad to announce that DOOM will be making its appearance on XBLA later today. The game, originally released in 1993 by id software, will have