It's a rainy Friday afternoon here, and there's no better way to spend one of these than by reminiscing about the olden days of PC gaming. Happily, the guys at Double Fine Productions have just the thing. They've posted a 10-part video series wherein John Romero, gloriously coiffed as always, walks through the original Doom and explains his level design choices.
That's the second video in the series, but I think it's a better starting point than the first one. There's just something weirdly exciting about seeing Romero deconstruct such a classic level as E1M1. Either way, Double Fine's 10 clips add up to well over two hours of run time, so there's no shortage of content here. Happy watching!
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