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Universal has announced that the upcoming DOOM movie has been pushed back to Fall 2019 in an effort to "make Hell awesome". If you went...
John Romero is working on new content for the original Doom. No, this is not 1993 and he hasn't returned to id Software either....
Bethesda and Microsoft have unveiled that DOOM and RAGE heading to Xbox Game Pass ahead of their respective sequels.
There's a new DOOM movie in the works over at Universal, according to vocalist Nina Bergman who accidentally "leaked" the information on Twitter. Video game movie...
Bethesda has today announced that DOOM will be arriving on Nintendo Switch on November 10.
Nintendo's latest Direct broadcast was full of updates on previously talked about games but surprisingly it was announced that DOOM and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus will both be coming to Nintendo Switch.
Bethesda have announced the release dates of their three upcoming VR ports. Surprisingly, Skyrim, Doom and Fallout 4 VR are all coming before the end of this year.
During Bethesda's E3 2017 Press Conference Vice President Pete Hines announced Doom VFR (Use your imagination). The game looks to be a modified version...
Raise a glass and take a moment as it is that time of the year again were we say goodbye to the old and hello to the new. It is also a time to reflect on the past year of gaming and ask 'What were the games of the year?' and in 2016 there are plenty to choose from.
2016 was a cracking year for videogames - I only wish I had time to play all of them. Here are a few I've failed to find time to appreciate.
If you're looking for a fast-paced, hellish good time this Halloween, Bethesda and id Software's DOOM (2016) is a good place to start, with its legions of demons and grisly Glory Kills.
Following the success of the Dark Souls board game which made millions on Kickstarter earlier this year, Bethesda are trying their hand at bringing one of their popular titles to the tabletop, this time with DOOM.
After an exceedingly turbulent development and a divisive multiplayer beta, DOOM ended up being a very nice surprise - a fast-paced, chaotic FPS that managed to improve on what was shown at the game's very first E3 demo shown last year.
DOOM has this week kept its stranglehold on the top spot, landing the game's second number one crown, a number of weeks after its initially launch.
Bethesda's DOOM has put an end to Overwatch's three week stint at the top of the charts, jumping from third to first place thanks to retailer promotions knocking £5 off the shooter.