Unique PiecesDoom Master Disks

Currently the most well-known and popular, the genre of first-person shooter found his canonization in 1994 with Doom, created by the Texan developer id Software. The game was acclaimed at the time of its release for its high quality gameplay mechanics and for the high standard technology, almost revolutionary when compared to games released in the same period. Today, this work is remembered as an innovator in virtue of the game modes it introduced, still considered milestones of game design, and its iconic science-fiction/horror imaginary. The Master Disks, donated by the game’s creators, are the first records where the game was poured out at the end of its development, and from which all the copies placed on the market would have been obtained. Alongside the disks, visitors can also see the original Doom 3 preliminary artwork, the third episode of the saga.

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