The list grows.
C++ for acceptance speech.
That salon time.
Re-Carmack those paths.
UPDATE: Bethesda's announced it. £12.
Costs six quid.
UPDATE: Bethesda: "We're looking into options" for those who want to buy the original Doom 3.
Skylanders, Doom 3: BFG Edition in top 10. Dance Central 3 flops.
Digital Foundry assesses id Software's in-house remastering.
The Digital Foundry PC running Doom 3 BFG at maximum settings, with 2x MSAA. Performance is almost perfect, as you'd hope it would be with a game of this age. Here we pit our token resolutions, 768p and 1080p, against each other and find only the latter d
Additional layers of anti-aliasing, plus excellent motion blur differentiate PC from Xbox 360.
The two console versions battle it out - in terms of image quality there's not much in it, aside from dynamic scaling artifacts and torn frames.
The weakest SKU faces off against the strongest in this head-to-head video.
Cut-scenes and gameplay analysis of the console versions reveals a marked 360 advantage in places.
Blast the past!
A computer conversion of a console remaster of the PC original?
Comparison video pitting the 2004 original up against the 2012 BFG edition on PC.
UPDATE: Bethesda notes the games will still be playable, but must be accessed through the dashboard.
The VR goggles' central flaw and what's being done to fix it.
Get the UK's first public hands-on with Bethesda's latest.
Doom 3 BFG Edition trailer is set in hell, but looks heavenly.
UPDATE: John Carmack has nothing to do with it.
By popular demand, a complete transcript of our E3 interview.
Why mainstream 3D is losing traction and how John Carmack could change everything.
"In many ways I am not all that excited about the next generation."
VR is back - and it works! We chat to id's mad professor and try his amazing homebrew headset.
Remastered version with hours of new content, plus Doom and Doom 2.