Week in GamingHell hath no fury like a QuakeCon audience.
In DepthDoom is celebrating its 20th birthday - but why is it considered one of the most iconic games of all time?
Buying GuideBefore Doom, id Software released another game that established the elements of what we now recognise as a first-person shooter. You need only check out the iOS version of Wolfenstein 3D (£1.49, Universal) to see the lineage.
A ban on the widespread sale of legendary first person shooter Doom has been lifted in Germany, after 17 years.
Game development legend John Carmack – he of id Software and Doom fame – has been singing the praises of open source development practices this week, promising to release the source code for 2004's Doom 3 to the public later this year.
id Software's John Carmack, the man who developed the tech behind some of the greatest games of the last twenty years including Doom and Quake, has scooped the Lifetime Achievement award at this year's Games Developers Conference (GDC).