Doom video games
Without Doom video games, we would never have had Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, Halo, Quake or Unreal Tournament among others. The original Doom was developed by id Software and released in 1993. Even though it was not the first FPS game ever made, it was definitely the most influential and altogether revolutionary for its time. Doom marked the guidelines for the FPS games that followed in its footsteps and defined the baseline mechanics of all contemporary first-person shooters. On top of that, it was an awesome game that mixed 3D graphics, fast-paced action, horror and a wide arsenal of badass weaponry. In the 1990s Doom video games convinced Gabe Newell and Mike Harrington that gaming is the future of entertainment, in turn paving the way for the emergence of Valve and the entire Steam platform.
Our collection offers both the classic Doom games from the 1990s and the successful remakes that brought the franchise to new heights. Embark on the classic journey of the nameless Space Marine and fight the demonic forces of Hell invading the colony on planet Mars! Your enemies will be ruthless, however, the brutality of the Doom guy is legendary and without comparison. Demons will tremble in fear before your bottomless and unforgiving rage. Not enough of testosterone, yet? Then go ahead and try out the modern remakes of Doom video games – Doom 2016 and Doom Eternal – also made by id Software in collaboration with the publisher Bethesda. Become the demon slayer, perform violent glory kills, unleash bursts of burning plasma or open up demons with a chainsaw. Rip and tear until it is done!