Week One is over. We’ve suffered no casualties. 2017 is a miracle.
And the game of the year is…
“In a world full of challenges, when our lives are defined by one obstacle after another, violence is a dead-end narrative.”
DOOM knows hot to keep you glued to your seat, even after the game’s over.
Somewhere lost in a subworld of a subworld, a strange little bastard child of a game exists called A.L.T., a Doom II mod released in 2012 by a group of Russian modders known as Clan [B0S]. A.L.T. begins with the peculiar sight of a bloodied Doom marine in front of a door, frozen in the middle of a dying animation. A whole 30 maps later it ends with the player coming back out the other side of that door as that marine and dying. But here, in our pre-awakened state, moving causes you to abruptly take damage, and turning around
Brendan Keogh teaches us about the language of videogames.