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Submitted by Toadsanime 721d ago | opinion piece

THY FLESH CONSUMED: A Love Letter to DOOM

Coin Arcade's Jack Wood writes a love letter to DOOM – the game many of us grew up playing, have fond childhood memories of and the game that many of us still regard as our all-time favourite, perfect video game. (Arcade, Culture, Doom, PC)

kikoano  +   721d ago
yes this is true game played on pc and NOT ON CONSOLE TO PLAY SOME COPY PAST KIDS COD GAMES!
Dan50  +   721d ago
Don't forget all the wads for the PC version :D
Master of Unlocking  +   721d ago
I loved DOOM for the PS1, it was a classic that I had back then but sold, and I re-bought it recently. The fully revamped, superb eerie soundtrack exclusive to that system was what made it the best version to me.
Vegrad415  +   721d ago
Fond memories... I bought a copy of the shareware version from a dollar store years ago. 2 dollars for 2 floppies. Those were the days.

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