John Romero's DOOM Now Old Enough To Drink

Who can forget the age old classic? Blood and gore! Demons and deathmatches! The truly definitive first-person shooter. Despite the fond memories and a seemingly undying legacy that spans pretty much every console and OS, it nearly slipped under our noses that today id Software’s original hit celebrates its 21st birthday.

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Agent_00_Revan1346d ago

It's been a long time since I've replayed it. I think now is as good a time as any!

Scarfy1347d ago

In England, and many other parts of the world, the legal drinking age is 18. So ... 3 years late, guys.

MWH1346d ago (Edited 1346d ago )

I grew up between the arcades and home consoles starting with the MSX and Atari 2600. it was 1996 the first time my parents brought a PC to the house, I remember how I felt the first time I launched DOOM, it was as if I opened a hidden door to a gaming world beyond my wildest dreams.

DOOM was one of those games that level-up my gaming experience, a milestone in my gaming life and it was made by a bunch of game loving guys like me.

respect to them all and to all those who made some of the our most beautiful memories.

DefenderOfDoom21346d ago

To me playing DOOM 1 and 2 , was my favorite gaming experience of all tiime ! I hope they bring back keys, secret areas and maze type level design for the new DOOM coming out.

MasterD9191346d ago

My brother used to take my PS1 at night and play Doom into the wee hours of the morning thinking I wouldn't notice. I actually watch the Doom film occasionally as well. I'm a huge Doom fan.

I relished Doom 3, but playing Doom 1, 2 or 3 now doesn't satisfy my craving as it did previously. I'm really anxious to see the new Doom game footage, despite the changes. Especially since Wolfenstein had a successful revive.