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9:42 pm - Mon, Nov 26, 2012
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WHAT TIME IS IT? DOOM TIME!

Using the original DOOM cover art as inspiration, Cheese Demon has given our two favorite adventurers from the Land of Ooo a DOOM makeover. You’ll notice Cheese Demon accounted for all the demons and other hellish things in their re-creation, making this mashup truly mathematical.

If you like this, you’ll like Adventure Time Vintage Comic.

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12:03 pm - Tue, Oct 16, 2012
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DOOM 3: BFG EDITION NOW AVAILABLE
DOOM 3: BFG Edition is now available! The BFG Edition features remastered versions of DOOM 3 and the Resurrection of Evil add-on (which includes the unreleased “Lost Mission”); both have been optimized in 3D and feature 5.1 surround sound.
In addition to this, the BFG Edition includes copies of DOOM and DOOM 2. 
If you’re wondering how this looks in HD, take a peak at these screenshots.
DOOM 3: BFG Edition is available at most major retailers and Amazon.com for $39.99 and is available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 right now in North America (October 19 for EU).

DOOM 3: BFG EDITION NOW AVAILABLE

DOOM 3: BFG Edition is now available! The BFG Edition features remastered versions of DOOM 3 and the Resurrection of Evil add-on (which includes the unreleased “Lost Mission”); both have been optimized in 3D and feature 5.1 surround sound.

In addition to this, the BFG Edition includes copies of DOOM and DOOM 2. 

If you’re wondering how this looks in HD, take a peak at these screenshots.

DOOM 3: BFG Edition is available at most major retailers and Amazon.com for $39.99 and is available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 right now in North America (October 19 for EU).

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1:00 pm - Fri, Sep 7, 2012
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OCULUS RIFT (W/ DOOM 3 BFG EDITION) PAX PRIME 2012 HANDS ON 

At this year’s PAX Prime I got an opportunity to get a quick hands on demonstration of the Oculus Rift running DOOM 3 BFG Edition.  For ten minutes I got to touch fully realized virtual reality technology with motion controls and it was breathtaking.  

My hands on was with a rough developer’s kit running through a Mac laptop with a traditional game controller.  Initially I had to adjust for focus until I could see clearly in the Rift and then they strapped it to my head and off I went in search of hellish monsters to fill with lead.  

For those visually impaired (i.e. people with glasses like me) I did have to take my glasses off for the demo but the creators there told me how the retail version of the Oculus Rift would have vision correction built in with adjustable lenses so that a user could input their vision prescription directly into the Rift.

It was weird not using the analog stick to control movement (like trying to unlearn years of controller conditioning) but after a minute I was able to finely control my character’s movement and gun aiming with just the movement of my head.  Once I got the hang of it I was deftly checking corners and taking enemies out with ease.  

I still used the second analog for those moments I needed to turn completely around fast but it was rare that I needed it.  The moment I realized that this was different than previous VR tech was when I came across a steam pipe in the game.  The effect of billowing steam coming at my face and the particle effects were amazing.  

Although it was only ten minutes, my time spent with the Oculus Rift was impressive and honestly I could have spent a day testing it out immersed in space marine action. It’s exciting to see the technology realized and to have seen it first hand in action and working.  

If the rough developer’s kit I had hands on is just a taste of the technolgy to come, I can’t wait to get my hands on the fully built version of the Oculus Rift when it ships.  

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1:53 pm - Thu, Jun 7, 2012
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SOME BFS (BIG FREAKIN’ SCREENS) FOR UPCOMING DOOM 3: BFG EDITION

This Fall players return to the world of Doom 3, this time armed with HD graphics, more missions, and a Hell of a deal with Doom 3: BFG Edition. The pack includes Doom 3, Resurrection of Evil expansion pack, and The Lost Mission (seven never-before-seen levels cut from original Doom 3 release). In addition to this, the pack will include the original Doom and Doom 2.

Doom 3: BFG Edition will be available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC sometime in the Fall and I expect we’ll see a Mac release shortly after that similar to the Mac release of RAGE.

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8:04 am - Wed, May 30, 2012
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BETHESDA AND ID ANNOUNCE DOOM 3 BFG EDITION
This fall the classic horror shooter DOOM 3 is coming back in a big way.  Bethesda Softworks and id Software announced this morning that a new remastered release called DOOM 3 BFG Edition will be hitting consoles and PC!
This remastered collection will include the original DOOM 3 and Resurrection of Evil add-on pack.  It will also feature new content: seven all new levels entitled The Lost Mission.
Improved lighting and rendering will bring the graphics of DOOM 3 to a whole new level and the game will include 3D, surround sound and fine tuned controls.  The single player and multiplayer campaigns will be optimized for consoles and an all new armor mounted flashlight will help player better illuminate dark corners and shoot at  the same time. 
As a special bonus DOOM 3 BFG Edition will also include copies of the original DOOM and DOOM 2!  This complete collection is sure to please fans of the DOOM series and hopefully introduce the groundbreaking series to a new generation of fans. 
DOOM 3 BFG Edition will be available this autumn on the Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3.  This will mark the first time the DOOM series will release on the PlayStation platform complete and unmodified since the original PlayStation. 

BETHESDA AND ID ANNOUNCE DOOM 3 BFG EDITION

This fall the classic horror shooter DOOM 3 is coming back in a big way.  Bethesda Softworks and id Software announced this morning that a new remastered release called DOOM 3 BFG Edition will be hitting consoles and PC!

This remastered collection will include the original DOOM 3 and Resurrection of Evil add-on pack.  It will also feature new content: seven all new levels entitled The Lost Mission.

Improved lighting and rendering will bring the graphics of DOOM 3 to a whole new level and the game will include 3D, surround sound and fine tuned controls.  The single player and multiplayer campaigns will be optimized for consoles and an all new armor mounted flashlight will help player better illuminate dark corners and shoot at  the same time. 

As a special bonus DOOM 3 BFG Edition will also include copies of the original DOOM and DOOM 2!  This complete collection is sure to please fans of the DOOM series and hopefully introduce the groundbreaking series to a new generation of fans. 

DOOM 3 BFG Edition will be available this autumn on the Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3.  This will mark the first time the DOOM series will release on the PlayStation platform complete and unmodified since the original PlayStation. 

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