Thursday 21 June 2018

Doom and Queen is the best thing ever


Daniel Anderson

Doom's multiplayer beta is over, but you can relive the gory glory with this marvellous video to the strains of Don't Stop Me Now

The Doom beta is over but if you missed it worry not, the entire experience has been captured in its most raw and unfiltered form. Behold, Doom Stop Me Now!

The addition of the Queen classic just makes this rip roaring ride even more enjoyable, complete with a huge array of up close and personal executions. The multiplayer looks fast and frantic, even if its still a bit confusing that it looks so much like Unreal Tournament. Now wouldn't it be nice if there was a whole extra mode to the game where you could just tool around the place listening to Queen music? We'll just have to make do with turning Spotift up to 11.

The full version of Doom is out on the 13th of May 2016 and it's going to involve a whole lot of boomstick.

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