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Promoted item:DEMON GATE - 600 NEW LEVELS FOR DOOM II

DEMON GATE - 600 NEW LEVELS FOR DOOM II

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About Doom

The original Doom game, released in 1993, was the seminal first-person shooter game. In a first-person shooter, the player witnesses the action through the character's eyes. These games are usually bloody, violent, and often controversial (as the original Doom was), but also immensely popular. Doom provided the template for the first-person games that followed, including 3D graphics and the ever-more powerful arsenal of weapons utilized by the main character.When released, Doom made big ripples in the gaming community. By 1995, an estimated 10 million computers had Doom installed. Doom caused problems at some workplaces, both by occupying the time of employees and clogging network resources. Several organizations, including Intel and Carnegie Mellon University, developed policies specifically banning Doom during work hours. Several sequels to Doom were released during the '90s, and Doom was voted the number one game of all time in a July 2001 survey. However, in time, Doom was surpassed by other, newer games. Initially reluctant, the makers of Doom decided to make a new version of the game, Doom 3. Doom 3 is essentially the same story as the original, but with updated graphics, sound and other options.Doom 3 was released for the PC and Mac, with Xbox getting the exclusive console rights. To play the game properly on a home computer, a very high-end computer is needed, both in terms of graphics capabilities, processing speed, and RAM. For gamers without a pumped-up enough computer, playing Doom 3 on the Xbox is a good alternative, given the Xbox's stellar graphics and other technical specs.