Doom Video Game Series
Video Games Encyclopedia by Gamepressure.com
Action 21 March 2023
A free spin-off of the cult shooter series for mobile devices. In Mighty Doom we once again play as Doom Slayer continuing his crusade against hellish demons. The game is dedicated mainly to casual players.
Doom 3: VR Edition
Action 29 March 2021
A new release of the third game in the Doom series in the form of a VR game. Doom 3: VR Edition allows you to once again experience the story of a soldier who must face hordes of demons from hell after arriving on Mars.
Action 20 March 2020
A reedition of FPS from the 1997 under the same title. In Doom 64, we take on the role of a hero who, alone, faces the demons resurrected by the mysterious being on Phobos and Deimos, the moons of Mars. The production was developed by id Software studio and released by Bethesda Softworks.
Action 01 December 2017
A first-person shooter developed by id Software for VR headsets. The player is taken to a UAC facility which is overrun by demons, and assumes the role of a sole survivor of their attack. After death, the protagonist’s consciousness is transferred to a computer matrix which allows him to take control of the robots present on site. The task he has to perform is to annihilate all hellish creatures and stop an incoming catastrophe. Fighting enemies with the use of an extensive and elaborate weapon arsenal remains at the core of Doom VFR. We face various adversaries on our way, both in claustrophobic corridors and more spacious arenas. The game’s high-quality graphics attract attention with very detailed enemy models and environment elements.
Action 13 May 2016
The fourth part in one of the most famous FPS franchises in history, originated by id Software Studio in 1993. Since then, the overall story premise remained basically unchanged, having the player take on the role of a sole commando who has to fight hordes of demons from Hell spawned in a military research base as a result of a failed experiment. In contrast to the third game, which featured numerous horror elements, Doom focuses on fast-paced action, thus going back to the roots of the series. The hero learned some brand new skills, including spectacular finishers, making the gameplay even more brutal. One of the landmarks of the franchise is the considerable multiplayer mode, this time enriched with a useful tool called SnapMap. It lets players create not only maps and locations, but also their own play modes – from cooperative battles against enemy hordes to classic Deathmatches.
Doom 3: BFG Edition
Action 16 October 2012
A remastered edition of the third installment in a series of classic first-person shooters developed by id Software. This edition was created for both PCs and the seventh generation of consoles, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the original game's release. The player takes on the role of a commando sent to a secret research facility located on Mars in order to close an interdimensional portal opened as a result of an accident. The bad news is that various infernal beasts have already managed to make their way through that portal. BFG Edition offers all the contents of the original game, the Resurrection of Evil expansion and a completely new episode consisting of seven levels and called The Lost Mission. Doom 3: BFG Edition features improved visuals with upgraded texture quality and supports both the stereoscopic 3D and 5.1 surround sound technologies. Having console players in mind, the creators rebuilt both the controls and the system of checkpoints. Additionally, Doom 3: BFG Edition contains both the 1993's Doom and 1994's Doom II.
Doom II RPG
RPG 08 February 2010
Based on id Software's cult FPS shooter, a first-person RPG with a turn-based combat system, a sequel to the simple Java game from 2005. The plot takes us once again to a military base on Mars overrun by monsters from another dimension. A team consisting of a couple of commandos and a scientist is sent to investigate it. After arriving to the place, however, the team separates and during the gameplay the player playing as one of its members has to rely only on himself.
Action 30 June 2009
Created with mobile users in mind, a spin-off of the cult FPS shooter series by id Software, referring to the third full-fledged part of the series from 2004. In the game, we play as the last surviving member of the Bravo Squad, whose discovery was one of the first tasks in Doom 3.
Action 03 August 2004
The third installment of the legendary FPS series by id Software which set new standards in the genre’s development back in the mid-90s. The action takes place in a secret research facility of the UAC corporation on Mars, where the protagonist, an ex-marine whom we control, begins his service. Shortly thereafter, strange things begin to happen: the lab comes under attack, the communications with the HQ are severed, and the people we encounter turn into bloodthirsty monsters. It turns out that a space-time portal was opened as a result of an experiment, which led to a demon incursion that we have to repel. Compared to its predecessors from the past decade, Doom 3 offers not only fast-paced and incredibly bloody action but also quite extensive plot as well as a number of horror elements. The game also features high-quality graphics.
Action 22 October 2002
Classic FPS, this time on Game Boy Advance. In the distant future, the Earth is attacked by hell-born monsters whose habitat was discovered on Mars. As a surviving marines with an impressive arsenal, we face hordes of hellish beasts on more than 32 levels. In addition, we get a sensational multiplayer mode.
Doom Collector's Edition
Action 15 November 2001
Collector's edition of one of the most famous FPS shooter series, started in 1993 by id Software studio led by John Carmack and John Romero. Each part of the series focuses on the protagonist's struggle with hordes of hellish creatures which, as a result of experiments conducted in a secret Martian base, got through a space-time portal to our dimension.
Action 15 April 1996
Developed in collaboration between id Software and GT Interactive, this is the official expansion to the 1994 cult FPS shooter Doom II: Hell on Earth. The expansion entitled Final Doom enriches the basic version of the game with two brand new episodes: Plutonia Experiment and TNT: Evilution, in which we follow the further fate of a lone soldier, fighting hordes of hellish monsters. Each of the additional episodes of the game consists of 32 levels, but we won't find any previously unseen enemies or weapons.
The Ultimate Doom
Action 12 December 1995
Complete edition of one of the most groundbreaking FPS shooters in the history of the genre, developed in 1993 by id Software studio. The game's simple and unsophisticated story tells the tale of a member of a squad of space marines who finds himself in a secret military research facility on Mars. On site it turns out that as a result of experiments conducted there, the base has been taken over by monsters from hell, and the task of our protagonist is to face them.
Doom II: Hell on Earth
Action 15 June 1994
A continuation of the 1993's bestselling FPP shooter, once again developed by the experienced creators from id Software. Action takes place after events of the first part, when our hero, after having defeated alien hosts on Mars, returns home with an intention of ending his military career. It soon becomes clear, however, that the legions of hell were not completely defeated as they reach the Earth and launch a successful invasion. The task of a group of survivors (led by the player) is to hijack an alien spacecraft, allowing them to escape their home world in search of a new, better home. Doom II: Hell on Earth features all the key elements of its classic predecessor and introduces some novelties, such as brand new weapons and greatly expanded bestiary. With engine tweaks and more detailed textures, the game's visuals are noticeably better than in the original.
Action 10 December 1993
A first-person shooter set in a science fiction realm, created by id Software studio, previously known mainly for the arcade series Commander Keen and the groundbreaking Wolfenstein 3D. Action of Doom takes place in the near future, and players play the part of a cosmic Marine who, for insubordination, is sent to UAC corporation's secret research facility on Mars. When, in the fallout of an interdimensional gate experiment, the base gets overrun by bloodthirsty monsters from outer space, we have to provide reconnaissance and, of course, eliminate all potential threat. In each of nearly 30 levels of the game the player's task is to find an exit, the keys to open it, and to eliminate all encountered monsters using a wide arsenal of both classic and futuristic weapons. The game features a large dose of brutality, claustrophobic atmosphere, and three-dimensional graphic design.