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Doom (1993) or Doom II: Classic (PS4 Digital Download)

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PlayStation Store has Doom (1993, PS4 Digital Download) on sale for $2.49. Thanks WB_K

Doom (1993) Includes:
  • The expansion, Episode IV: Thy Flesh Consumed, with 9 additional action-packed levels
  • Local 4 player deathmatch
  • Local 4 player co-op
PlayStation Store also has Doom II: Classic (PS4 Digital Download) on sale for $2.49.

Doom II Includes:
  • The Master Levels, 20 additional levels made by the community and supervised by the developers
  • Local 4 player multiplayer
  • Local 4 player co-op
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Celebrate DOOM's 25th anniversary with the re-release of both of these games at this discounted price. Offer is valid through 2/21/2020 at 11:00 am. -slickdewmaster

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Doom I:https://store.playstation.com/en-...9300000000

Doom II:https://store.playstation.com/en-...O199400000

Released summer 2019 for PS4. 4-player splitscreen local coop! They removed Bethesda login requirement due to backlash. Video game history. This is THE father of fps. May not be for the newer gens but if u want to do something with someone in your house together in the same room this is most fun!
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I remember when I had to edit config.sys and autoexec.bat.. and add "rem" to "himem.sys" to free up resource and Doom I ran. As a low-income family... Watching other kids play Nintendo and Sega.. computer as my only friend and the ability to play Doom in 1993.. made this kid happy like one wouldn't know. I considered computers inferior to consoles and my dad thought they were waste of time as he verbally hammered that into my brain. Computer he needed to use for office work so gave me a way to sideload games and repurpose games. He was ok to spend $1000+ on a PC.. just not $199.99 on NES (equivalent to $477.65 2020) with games at $45-$100 price tag ($45 then is $107.47 today).
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cool, I remember playing this on the family computer, the packard bell back in the 90's. Split screen games were my favorite!
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cool, I remember playing this on the family computer, the packard bell back in the 90's. Split screen games were my favorite!
Ohh I loved my Packard Bell after I got it fixed due to the previous owners doublespaceing the HDD. Then I found out how to overclock the CPU and got DOOM to load 7 seconds faster.

But these updated version of DOOMs are even better now with 60fps over the original 35fps.
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Ohh I loved my Packard Bell after I got it fixed due to the previous owners doublespaceing the HDD. Then I found out how to overclock the CPU and got DOOM to load 7 seconds faster.

But these updated version of DOOMs are even better now with 60fps over the original 35fps.
I remember when I had to edit config.sys and autoexec.bat.. and add "rem" to "himem.sys" to free up resource and Doom I ran. As a low-income family... Watching other kids play Nintendo and Sega.. computer as my only friend and the ability to play Doom in 1993.. made this kid happy like one wouldn't know. I considered computers inferior to consoles and my dad thought they were waste of time as he verbally hammered that into my brain. Computer he needed to use for office work so gave me a way to sideload games and repurpose games. He was ok to spend $1000+ on a PC.. just not $199.99 on NES (equivalent to $477.65 2020) with games at $45-$100 price tag ($45 then is $107.47 today).
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Ohh I loved my Packard Bell after I got it fixed due to the previous owners doublespaceing the HDD. Then I found out how to overclock the CPU and got DOOM to load 7 seconds faster.

But these updated version of DOOMs are even better now with 60fps over the original 35fps.
My Packard Bell was a lemon and my parents had to take out a loan to buy one which was around $2k back then. Today that would be like $4k
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I'm currently in the middle of playing through Doom on my 486 legitimately with no cheats for the first time. For 5 bucks these will be great for local multiplayer.
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I'm currently in the middle of playing through Doom on my 486 legitimately with no cheats for the first time. For 5 bucks these will be great for local multiplayer.
I had AMD 486 133 overclocked to 160 giving me the performance of pent 90.

The best game every developed next to Duke Nukem
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Doom 3 is on sale for $4.99.
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Website doesn't let me let me checkout anything. Site is Doom'ed!
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We used to call it Packard Smell.
I did too but just because it rhymed but they were the popular home pc back then. doom was the first fps game right? or at least the first popular one. i remember you could download a free trial, but if you changed the date on the pc to a few years ahead, the 30 days would never expire on the trial period.
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My wife and I played this split screen on the Xbox. 2 player works well cause the game was 4:3 anyway, unless they made it widescreen?
It's still a blast coop. Nothing Id made later came close to Doom II.
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Never played split screen.. a friend and I would connect our PC's with dialup.

Still have the original game in its box with all floppies.
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