This week colleagues at id Software released DOOM Resurrection — an all-new DOOM experience for the iPhone and iPod touch this week.
If you’re interested in the title, you’ll be happy to hear that id has plans for DLC for the game, as well as plans to bring other popular franchises, like Quake, to the iPhone and iPod touch. For details on Quake Resurrection and more, check out these blog posts:
To purchase Doom Resurrection, head to iTunes, where it’s available for $9.99. Additionally, Wolfenstein Classic is already available. Click here to purchase, or here to try the Lite version.
Before the weekend starts, I thought I’d point you guys to some interviews that went up this week relating to ZeniMax’s acquisition of id Software.
- John Carmack and Robert Altman at Joystiq
- John Carmack and Pete Hines at Gamasutra
- John Carmack and Robert Altman at IGN
- John Carmack and Pete Hines at 1Up
- John Carmack at Gamespot
In other news, there’s a few new Point Lookout reviews to check out. Find them here:
As more coverage hits, we’ll let you know. Have a great weekend!
If you didn’t see it, today our parent company, Zenimax Media, put out a press release announcing the acquisition of id Software. Creators of world-renowned games such as DOOM, QUAKE, Wolfenstein, and its upcoming title, Rage, we’re very excited to have them join our family. Here’s a snippet from the release:
Robert Altman, the founder, Chairman & CEO of ZeniMax Media stated, “We, along with many others, consider id Software to be among the finest game studios in the world, with extraordinary design, artistic and technical capabilities. They have demonstrated, repeatedly, that rare ability to create franchise properties that are critical and commercial successes. Our intention is to make sure id Software will continue to do what they do best â€“ make AAA games. Our role will be to provide publisher support through Bethesda Softworks and give id Software the resources it needs to grow and expand.”
To read the full press release, head here. You can also read interview with id’s founder, John Carmack, at USA Today and at Kotaku (stories here and here).