Items tagged with sigil

Doom and Doom II fans have a new patch that has landed that brings with it a bunch of changes and add-ons to enjoy. The significant feature of the patch is that for the first time, both Doom and Doom II will run at 60 fps on all platforms. The previous versions maxed out at 35 fps. The patch also adds aspect ratio options to stretch the display vertically for the original 4:3 aspect ratio the game was meant to play in. Support for add-ons was added, allowing fans to download and load them from the main menu. The devs promise to continue to add content that is a mix of official add-ons and some of the best community episodes and megawads that were released for the original Doom games.  The... Read more...
The first time we heard anything about John Romero's fifth, and unofficial, episode for 1993's Doom was last December. The mod promised nine new single-player levels and nine deathmatch levels of fun for free. However, there were also a pair of paid editions that brought extra goodies with the game. In February, Romero announced that the game was being delayed and would ship in April; that didn't happen either. Now, the game has finally landed; Sigil is finally available to download at no cost via Romero's website. Gamers who fancy the soundtrack by Buckethead can download a version of the game that includes the music for a devilish $6.66. The caveat to this game is that it requires the... Read more...