When computer geeks want to show off, they try to make DOOM run in unlikely places. In this case, Max Holt took the game and used Windows Task Manager’s multicore view to show off a version of the classic FPS, using a ridiculous 896 CPU cores. It also plays PONG.
Gaming Heads‘ cute and cuddly plush toys are based on two of DOOM’s creepy floating creatures, the horned Pain Elemental and the spiky Cacodemon. Each one measures about 7″ tall, and would look great sitting on any gamer’s couch. They also made a Space Marine plush, but sadly it’s already sold out.
With both Animal Crossing: New Horizons and DOOM Eternal released on the same day, The Chalkeaters and singer Natalia Natchan thought it might be fun if the two games were actually one. And so, they made a song and an animated music video featuring the adorable Isabelle and her new friend, DOOM Slayer. Full song here.
It’s been a long time coming, but the sequel to Bethesda’s excellent DOOM reboot finally drops on 3/20/20. DOOM Eternal continues the tradition of gory, edge of your seat first-person shooter thrills, with new creatures, upgraded weapons, and even more visceral action, as Hell’s armies bring their brand of terror to Earth.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 2 years since the successful relaunch of the pioneering FPS series Doom. Now we have a sequel to that reboot. Doom Eternal either takes place in Hell, or an Earth that’s been turned to hell. Either way, there will be lots of monsters to frag/.
We’ve seen DOOM run on everything from a calculator to a toaster. But this is the first time we’ve seen the game on an Etch A Sketch. We’re impressed with lily-liver’s ability to replicate the game’s screen on the toy, even if he cheated a bit by tracing the diagonal lines.
When we played the new version of DOOM, the barrage of creepy monsters, environments, shrieks, and splatter sounds stressed us out. But it’s amazing how much more playful the game seems when you replace the sound effects with goofy cartoon ones like Petronius did.
Vexal shows off a ridiculous mod he performed on his Porsche which he claims allows him not only to play the classic FPS DOOM on its screen, but to control the game using the car’s steering wheel, horn, gear shifter, and accelerator. Sure, it’s fake, but it’s still hilarious.
(Gore) “You don’t have to shoot him, he’ll die of diabetes in about a year.” Conan sat down with the Panthers’ Josh Norman and the Broncos’ Von Miller to play the new DOOM and talk about poultry farms and wine. Then a special guest fills in Aaron’s spot.