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Borderlands, Crysis 3, DOOM 3 BFG join Portal on Android with NVIDIA

Borderlands, Crysis 3, DOOM 3 BFG join Portal on Android with NVIDIA

Inside the NVIDIA SHIELD home entertainment device is an NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor. That processor allows the game Borderlands, the Pre-Sequel to work on the device - an Android TV device. This game was released to PC less than a year ago - PlayStation 3 as well. Now it'll be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and NVIDIA SHIELD. At this time it's not entirely clear whether or not the game will be able to be played on Android devices besides NVIDIA SHIELD - but it might! For now we'll assume it'll stick with NVIDIA SHIELD exclusively.

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InstaDoom is Doom with Instagram filters

InstaDoom is Doom with Instagram filters

If you are a gamer who has been playing on the PC for a while, you may remember just how Awesome the original Doom was when it came out way back in the early 90s. For the time, the graphics were great even if they look terrible by today's standards. Some geeks have got together and made up a new version of Doom called InstaDoom.

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John Romero plays Doom while giving new commentary

John Romero plays Doom while giving new commentary

22 years later, and id Software's Doom is still an interesting game to study and discuss. This is no more apparent than with John Romero's new commentary and insights, shared as he plays the game. Romero is id Software's co-founder and was the lead designer on 1993's Doom, the game that cemented the first-person shooter genre. His commentary, broken down into ten parts, is part of a video series by game company Double Fine Productions called "Devs Play," where game developers offer new and interesting perspectives.

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DOOM artwork released by designer John Romero

DOOM artwork released by designer John Romero

DOOM's designer John Romero took to his Twitter account to celebrate the game's 21st birthday, doing so by tweeting a slew of "never-before-seen art from its development in 1993". Included among the art are some images of the team at work and clay models, sketchbook scans, and more. There's a look at some in-game elements that weren't included with the final version, and snippets of information to go along with them.

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Hack turns ATM into DOOM arcade machine

Hack turns ATM into DOOM arcade machine

There is this long standing gamer belief that a computer is not a computer unless it can run, and play, DOOM. Taking that philosophy to heart, two Australian hackers have embarked on a perilous journey to install DOOM on one machine where you least expect to see it: a cash-dispensing ATM.

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DOOM 4 teaser trailer ignites E3 2014

DOOM 4 teaser trailer ignites E3 2014

There’s a teaser trailer now for DOOM (or DOOM 4), a game that might not appear before the end of the year is up. This teaser trailer teases to no end, giving some hints about storyline and not one whole heck of a lot else. It does look fantastic, of course - and it proves again that DOOM does, indeed, exist.

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