Let’s Play John Romero’s Sigil (Doom Wad)

During QuakeCon 2022 From Home, we decided to tackle John Romero’s classic DOOM wad that he released on June 1st, 2019 called SIGIL. It utilizes the original DOOM tech and is a series of nine single player levels that we tore through cooperatively utilizing the Brutal DOOM extension. No jumping or crouching in this bad boy, thought! This was a lot of fun, albeit kind of difficult to traverse and really made you think about things, such as shooting eyeballs you wouldn’t normally do in DOOM. Lots of laval, pain sectors and platforming in this one as well, and of course the difficulty is completely ramped up since we were playing this on Ultraviolent! I couldn’t think of any better way to spend QuakeCon 2022 celebrating than alongside friends playing this John Romero release!

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